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How to Remove “doubleclick.net” Request from Website?

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When it comes to performance optimization, you should do all it takes to make your website load faster.

Lately, I was on a mission to make my WordPress-based Geekflare load in less than 2 seconds, and I noticed one of the requests was made to “stats.g.doubleclick.net.”

https://stats.g.doubleclick.net/r/collect?
doubleclick-request

I don’t use advertisements or need remarketing so this is useless to me.

If you see this request for your website too and don’t need remarketing & advertisement features in Google Analytics then here is the quick procedure to disable it.

  • Login to Google Analytics
  • Go to Admin >> Tracing Info >> Data Collection
ga-tracking-info
  • Turn OFF the “Remarketing” & “Advertising Reporting Features” and click Save
off-remarketing

Wait for a few minutes to test your website again, and you should see the request is disappeared.

Now one request is reduced to make whenever the website is loaded.

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