How to filter your IP address from Google Analytics

Analytics can help you measure the success of your credit union website and calculate the revenue it generates. But to get accurate reports, you need clean data. 

You and your colleagues visit the credit union’s website for various reasons. Maybe you’re working on a page for a new product. Or, your call center agents reference the answers to frequently asked questions. Those are good reasons to visit your website, but all those activities get logged in your analytics and can skew your data—unless you filter your IP addresses. 

The video above will show you how to set up three different Views in Google Analytics and filter IP addresses so you have clean data to create accurate reports.

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Derik Krauss

Derik Krauss

Derik is a cofounder of BloomCU, an award-winning website design agency for credit unions. His agency's design work has received recognition from CUNA (Diamond Award),, and others. He ... Web: Details