posted this on October 21, 2010 10:07 PM
You sure can! IP filtering will prevent your IP address from being counted toward your page's stats.
Check out Filtering IP Address From Your Stats to get started.
So to confirm, you state that for billing purposes you count unique visitors, not visits. Is this true for visitor tracking and conversion percentages as well? That only unique visitors are tracked for the conversion statistics?
Yes, that's correct.
This is helpful. Still would like to "white label" our corp IP address range so it does not mess with stats etc once the page is live. Great product and keep up the great work.
Yup, this is very necessary!
I understand that it may be a huge undertaking to incorporate IP blocking preventing our own visits from messing up the statistics. I strongly feel as if it should have been a mandatory function before launch.
Hi Clint - I'm glad to let you know that IP filtering isn't too far off. We're in the process of developing it so stay tuned.
Excellent - plus one on this request!
agree that it is a needed feature and look forward to it being released.
Any update on IP address blocking?
Hi Gyi - IP blocking is still in development right now. Sorry for the delay, I know (even just from this thread) that it's a highly requested feature. As soon as we have a more definite ETA, we'll update this thread and on all out social media outlets.
Thanks for the update, looking forward to it
Thanks for working on this. It will be a great feature for blocking certain bots and spammers as well. Keep up the good work!
Please let us know when IP blocking is added. Thanks.
Hey Dekker - IP filtering is already available as a feature. Check the link in the article above to see how to set it up.
Amazing. I'm in love with Unbounce.
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