A small update where 3 more domains are added to the default block list. These domains have been reported by users over the past months. Additionally, Analytics Spam Blocker of-course works on WordPress 6.2 as is now officially denoted in the documentation.
Are you reporting spam domains?
Since Analytics Spam Blocker 3 reporting domains is easier than ever, the domains you report get added to your own blocklist immediately. If a few people report the same domain it’ll be included in the standard blocklist in a future update. Reporting referral spam is an important measure to keep your Analytics such as Google Analytics or Matomo Analytics relevant and neat.
To get rid of referral spam the best way is to make it obsolete. This is of-course easily done with Analytics Spam Blocker. As always, stay vigilant and report referral spam domains through the form in your dashboard. When several people report the same domain it’ll be included in the blocklist in the next update.
When enough domains get reported, and consistently so, hopefully one day the internet will be free of referral spam. Only with your help we can make this happen – so keep reporting your referral spam domains via the Analytics Spam Blocker dashboard in the Tools menu.
Changes for Analytics Spam Blocker version 3.1.2
- Added 3 more domains to the default blocklist
The download for Analytics Spam Blocker should pop up in your dashboard shortly. Or you can download the plugin here: https://ajdg.solutions/product/analytics-spam-blocker-for-wordpress/