I use analytics for all my websites but I would like to track only unique visitors. Is there a way to tell analytics not to track my personal IP? You can do that with Blogger so I figured there may be a way to do that with analytics a well.
Cardisa - Thanks for asking this question. It's been on my mind too. I've often wondered how I could do this. And thank you lobobrandon for this information.
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