Multiple redirect-location rules

Create multiple redirect rules with each having its own defined set of locations.

Page selection

Redirect all pages of website, specific pages or subfolders.

Location segmentation

Target visitors by including or excluding countries, states, cities, latitude-longitude zones and IP addresses.

Non intrusive location detection

Redirection occurs automatically without visitors having to 'accept location sharing' in their browser as location is approximate and determined via their IP address

Permission Popup

Show a sleek popup to request visitor's permission before being redirected. The visitor can opt to not be redirected. The popup can remember visitor selection for auto redirect upon next visit.

Bypass redirection

Bypass redirection if visitor is from particular domains or IP addresses. Optionally remember the bypass using a cookie to avoid future redirection.

Redirect external sources only

Redirect visitors from external sources only to prevent visitors from being forced redirected while browsing your website internally.

Passing sub directory paths and query strings

Pass sub directory paths and query strings from original URL to redirected URL.

Default redirection

Optional default redirect if visitor does not match a location segment.

Disable redirects

Turn ON/OFF particular redirects easily.

Built in analytics

Get total visitor count and redirect count for each location segment. View and export daily, monthly and yearly data.

Simple integration

Easy integration into website by placing one line of JavaScript code immediately after the opening HEAD tag.

Testing & simulation

Test website redirection response by injecting a particular location in test mode.

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