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Understand information in your reports and troubleshoot reporting issues such as self-referrals, (not set) data, and inaccurate information
 
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Report shows non-existent pages as my most visited

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Re: Report shows non-existent pages as my most visited

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This may be "Ghost Referrals" look at your page load times and see if they are very close to or equal to zero. If so Google "how to get rid of Ghost Referraals in Google Analytics" lots of techniques out there to filter these out.

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Congrats! You've got spam!
Go to your Google Analytics admin and create a filter that includes only traffic to your site's hostname (www.yoursite.com for instance)
Alternatively, there is a comprehensive yet convoluted post I wrote on the topic:
http://juliencoquet.com/en/2016/06/17/how-can-handle-google-analytics-referrer-spam/
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