traffic – Google Analytics Block Bot Strategy

I looked in Google Analytics to see the traffic of my website. Of the more than 900 landing pages, almost half of them look like bot traffic.

Here is what I am looking at:
Acquisition> All traffic> Channels> Direct> Drop-down menu of secondary dimension: network domain

If I see:
Bounce rate = 100% + Pages / Session = 1.00 + Avg. Duration of the session = 00:00:00
So for me that seems a good indicator of bot traffic.

Any recommendations on what filters should I apply? There are too many network domains to block and I would prefer to use a different type of filter.

Can I create a single filter for the three elements I just mentioned?
(Bounce Rate = 100% + Pages / Session = 1.00 + Average Session Duration = 00:00:00)

Thanks for your help!

Google Analytics – There is no coincidence in numbers in Events

I have created 3 events: "Place_bet", "Input_select_amount" and "Amount_button". The idea is to follow up if the user clicks the button with the "Input_select_amount" OR "Amount_button" event and finally the "Place_bet" button. For this purpose, I have created a sequence like this:
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After this step, I will see the results, but the numbers do not fit. If I look for May 14, the "place bet" event has this result:
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The "amount of input selection" this result:
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And the "quantity button" looks like this:
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But when I do a sequence filter for the combination of all of them, the result is totally different:
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Any idea of ​​the numbers without a coincidence result?

Alexander.

Using multiple Google Analytics accounts in the same domain

We own a single domain where we host several clients. Example:

  • domain.com (our welcome and registration site)

  • domain.com/customer1 (1st client)

  • domain.com/customer2 (2nd client)

  • domain.com/customer3 (3rd client)

Is it possible to have several Google Analytics accounts, so that the analyzes are directed according to the URL?

  • domain.com (our own Georgia code)

  • domain.com/customer1/* (1st client Georgia code)

  • domain.com/customer2/* (2nd customer Georgia code)

  • domain.com/customer3/* (3rd client Georgia code)

Any ideas? Thank you!

Security: Is it unsafe to have your Google Analytics tag publicly visible?

Google Analytics tags are already public (very public, in fact), so it is not necessary to keep it secret.

Since you're using Jekyll, the Google Analytics tag you put on _config.yml It will be included in the source code of each page on your compiled website anyway. This is how Google Analytics can track everything.

In summary, there is nothing unsafe about this and there is no need to worry. It's a public number.

In Google Analytics, how can I filter sessions by device platform?

When I open the "User Explorer" section in Google Analytics and open the details of a specific user, I can see the device platform and device category of your session, like this:

Details screen of the user's report with relevant information highlighted

However, when I can create segments and get information reports about the Device Category (mobile, tablet or desktop), I can not find a way to create a segment or view a report of the number of users per device platform (application or web ).

Is there a way to filter all users or all sessions according to this field of "Device Platform"?

What is the equivalent of the "clicks" of the search console in Google Analytics?

I am investigating some reports in Google Analytics, however, I have been drawn to the fact that I can not find approximate numbers between the Google search console and the Google Analytics traffic numbers, for the same period of time, for the same domain.

I compared the same period of time (April 13 to April 13) in the search console "clicks" with "sessions" in Google Analytics traffic acquisition for source / medium = "google / organic". As seen in the screenshots below, the numbers in GA are 25% HIGHER (not lower) than those in the Search Console.

Click on the search console

Google Analytics sessions

The domain runs HSTS, so all requests are HTTPS and must be counted in both places.

  • Is it the correct metric that I am comparing?
  • Why are they different in the way that the GA number is higher? I would understand why the "sessions" would be smaller, but not the other way around
  • In which of the numbers should I trust?

Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics?

What are the differences and benefits of Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics?

Multiple homepage URLs in google analytics

Hi all,

Today I received this error of several home page URLs in Google Analytics. I am really confused about this error. my website loads without … | Read the rest of http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1764372&goto=newpost

google analytics – GA Real-Time> content> Page that shows the same URL with a different page title

in real time> content report
Some pages show the different title of the same page, for example, / logos current title is
Free Logo Maker …enter the description of the image here
but it also shows the title of the contact page for the logo

similarly for the actual title of the home page is
Try Free Logo Design …
but is showing another page title on the home page

  • I checked the filters nothing defined there
  • We are using tagamanager for the implementation of ga

Google Analytics: How do I filter the IPv6 address of my home in GA when my ISP is continuously reassigning the address?

I would like to configure IP address filtering in Google Analytics so that traffic from my home IP address is filtered and not counted as real site traffic. That is to say. I'm only interested in the traffic of IP addresses that are not those of the IP address of my house.

However, my ISP is changing my IPv6 address almost every day. Google Analytics allows certain matches of regular expressions as a filter parameter against the incoming IPv6 address. I can not include a pattern that is too specific, (that is, a pattern that directly matches my current IPv6 address, for example, 2601: 602: 8a00: d7d: 30c9: 8e0f: ecaf: 3f45 it will only match my current IP address until the ISP changes it again.

I also do not want to be too broad. I know that the first 48 bits in an IPv6 address are specific to the ISP, and if I create a filter like 2601: 602: 8a00: * otherwise, you may incorrectly filter the valid network traffic of another on my same ISP.

Is there a way to do this, or how do other people approach it? Thank you.