How does one determine the geographic coordinates of a visitor to a web site?
Google Adwords can narrow a person's clicks to a particular zip code. How accurate is this?
Clickcease.com does the same thing? And yet, when I examine the visitor logs of --let's just say as an example-- 1and1.com, There is no geographic coordinate information there. Where is Google and Clickcease getting this data?
How is Google adwords able to do this?
How is Clickcease able to do this?
Is your question how "they" do it or how you can do it?
The way you can determine a visitors approximate location is by a reverse ip service or api.
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