How to avoid Spam SEO Traffic in Google Analytics:
A couple of years back, spam was the garbage that arrived in your email inbox. After a short time, email suppliers made channels that blocked spam from getting into your inbox, and it appeared just as you’d never need to stress over it until the end of time. Cheerful days! However at this point you have a site, spam is back on your radar – and it’s coming after your Google Analytics account.
Investigation information is truly damn essential to any online advertiser who thinks about their SEO battles. However, when it gets messed with by phony, malicious information, it’s difficult to work out how well your crusades are performing.
In this article, we investigate six various types of spam SEO traffic that springs up in Google Analytics, why it springs up – and how to dispose of it.