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Monthly anylytic report--IP stuff.

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Not sure if this is the right forum to post this, but I went to a web marketing seminar recently and one piece of advice given was to have one's own IP address blocked as counting as a hit when people from your company view the company website in order to avoid skuing the data on the monthly report. Fair enough--this makes sense.

My website host has just told me that such a thing is impossible, and we must manually "cross off" our IP when we see it on the report and go from there.

Considering that the presenters at the seminar I went to had certifications up the yingyang on the subject on e-marketing and website bulding/design, I think my web host and designer are full of crap--maybe. Anyone out there familiar with this subject and have advice? I don't want to push my website host/designer or find a new one without having done my homework on the subject.


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