Is anyone facing this problem with Google analytics report?

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I have been getting hits from sites that lead to ugly sites on my Google analytics report. I have Wordfence plugin installed on my site to prevent bots from taking a shot at my blog tried analytic filter before but nothing seems to work. How can I get the following links from giving me false readings on my Google analytics?
  1. floating-share-buttons.com
  2. get-free-social-traffic.com
  3. satellite.maps.ilovevitaly.com
  4. site1.free-floating-buttons.com
  5. site5.free-floating-buttons.com
  6. sexyali.com
  7. site8.free-floating-buttons.com
  8. erot.co
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    It's probably referer traffic hacking. I believe they're just using random analytics JavaScript calls to Google, they're not actually visiting your site. One of my low traffic sites is really plagued by it.

    Back in 2002 it used to be called log spam. Really it's up to Google to fix it. Alternatively, use a different analytics website.
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    • Profile picture of the author Boris Qs
      Originally Posted by brettb View Post

      It's probably referer traffic hacking. I believe they're just using random analytics JavaScript calls to Google, they're not actually visiting your site. One of my low traffic sites is really plagued by it.

      Back in 2002 it used to be called log spam. Really it's up to Google to fix it. Alternatively, use a different analytics website.
      Good to know that thanks will start looking for an alternative analytics, Do you have any to recomend?
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