Question: I am using Google Analytics, but I go on my own site all of the time as I work on it, how can I make sure that my visits are not included in the results?
Answer: Yes, you can exclude an IP from Google Analytics. It’s called a FILTER and you set this up at the initial log in page.
The relevant help article on Google Analytics is here:
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