How To Block/Ignore Bots/Spiders/Crawlers Website Hits In Your Statcounter Stats
Are you looking forward to blocking, ignoring or getting rid of bots, crawlers and spider website or blog hits from being viewed or seen in your Statcounter analytics reports and tracking stats? How about the idea to just make and take note of real human visits to your site as that can help you get to know the fact when it comes to your webpage performance?
Regardless of whatever reason you might be having but provided you are looking for a way to get stop seeing bot hits in your analytics, this tutorial with images will help you work on it n your own. All you need is to keep reading so as to find out as you will get to know and be proud of getting real hits and visits to your site other than being proud of bot hits.
Procedure Number One – Log In To StatCounter
In order to get started, you will need to have created a statcounter account, added your website or blog and verified your account. And when you are done logging in, click on the settings icon on the right hand side of the project name for example Thekonsulthub.com as seen in example picture and wait for the page to load.
Procedure Number Two – Edit Project Settings
On the next screen, you will need to click on Edit project settings and wait for the page to load.
Procedure Number Three – Check Box For Ignoring Bots
On page loaded and under bots and crawlers, check bot next to ignore.. and click on update project and you will be done.