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How to stop 101-reasons-for-seo.com from spamming?
By following these steps you can block the spam from 101-reasons-for-seo.com:
So the filter will be applied to Google Analytics and the data that has been captured. You can also verify if your filter is working or not by clicking the “Verify this filter” link whenever you edit or create the filter.
How to Create Filter by Using Only Valid Hostnames?
To allow only valid hostnames to your Google Analytics data, you can create a filter. To check the validity of the domain, the filter uses a Regex.