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How to track multi-country and multi-language websites

Do you have a subdirectory or subdomain for different geographical markets?

/en-en/, /es-es/,….

Because SEAL doesn’t store or manage IP information (IP is considered Personal Information, and we don’t store any personal data), we can’t track geographical data.

If that data is important to you, here’s a workaround:

πŸ‘‰ Create an account for each subdirectory, so you’ll have a different pixel for each country you need to track.

When a user visits yourdomain.com/en-en/, the pixel of the English Account will be triggered

When a visitor visits yourdomain.com/es-es/, your Spanish account’s pixel will be triggered.

And so on…

Maybe you want to find out how can to create more accounts. Here’s how πŸ™‚

Updated on April 3, 2023

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