CommunityCategory: Search Engine OptimisationWhy is my Google analytics showing hits to a page that doesn’t exist?
62f9b272b3772c279da3cb2c5e9a8a4c?s=48&d=mm&r=gMohammad Athar Staff asked 1 month ago
I’m getting hit on a page that doesn`t exist on my Google Analytics administrator. The photo shows you what page I’m talking about. Because of the name I believe is some bot or somethign like that. My website is protected by Recaptcha. Can someone help me with what should I do to erase this?
Why is my Google analytics showing hits to a page that doesn't exist?

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?s=48&d=mm&r=gPoonam Sharma answered 1 month ago
If you’re seeing this a lot and it’s not just a one time surge, you probably should create a filter that blocks that page view. You want to create a filter that excludes the “request uri” (that’s not an “L” but an “I”

  1. Admin > View > Filters
  2. Exclude > Filter Field > Request URI
  3. Enter this: \Qleva\E
  4. Click on “Verify this filter” – If you’ve had this page appear in your content reports in the last seven days, you’ll see a table showing you the difference between having and not having the filter.

?s=48&d=mm&r=gFajal Shah answered 1 month ago
I also got the same thing showing on my analytics. It must be a surge of junk bots plaguing everyone’s websites. So far, that’s a one-off, so I’ll just leave at that. If it appears again, it’s time to apply the filter. It appeared after a sudden spike of fake visitors from China. 17 hits from China = 17 hits on that ghost page appearing on my analytics. Infuriating but not surprising.

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