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Identify users, collect online details, get IP numbers. View, download and process enriched ip tracker data.
Do you need an IP tracker, to collect user profiles to your website and online assets, based on IP addresses? Need to find out what a visitor from a specific IP address did? Need to track whats working well for your business and what needs to be improved?
This is possible, using our IP tracking technology.
Our reporting system keeps track of every visitor, prospect or customer who visits your online assets, based on IP addresses. Get access to a complete record of activity-per-visit. Improve your business by tracking. All winners are trackers.
What is an IP address?
An IP address (Internet Protocol address) is a unique numerical label assigned to a device. It provides the location of the device in a network and a route on how to get there. The internet uses an IP address to send IP packets from a source to a destination. It is a building block that lets the internet function.
Can an IP address identify me?
A device keeping track of an ip address.
Can I track someones IP-address ?
No, you can’t just track an Ip-address. You first need to have received one. Compare it to receiving a letter. If you receive the letter, then you can figure out where the letter came from by looking at the return address. If you don’t have the letter, then you also won’t have a return address. By the same token, if a letter does not have a destination address, you will not get a letter, and there is nothing to track it back to.
In internet terms this means you need a source address, a destination address and traffic (an email or a browser action) between the two. Normally an online business has a site or app as the destination and someone surfing the web is the source. If you are a business that has a site or an app and you are receiving internet traffic to the site or app the you will be able to see the ip-addresses coming to your site or app. Other places you can also see ip addresses are in the headers of the emails you receive or the log files of routers.
How does an IP tracker work?
Our IP tracker uses the IP address to identify and collect online details based on the IP number. Combined with cookies, Opentracker lets you enrich, view, download and process IP tracker data.
Opentracker records each unique user and their IP address. Our IP tracer maps where an IP address (and the visitor behind it) originates from, and enriches this data with different sources.
Do you need to find a specific user or visitor?
Your business can locate any user or unique visitor who has been on your website by IP address.
Go back through your historical data to see entire visit or session history of any IP address.
Can I tag IP addresses?
Yes, Opentracker allows businesses to automatically or manually tag any ip address for future reference, or processing to other destinations.
Can I investigating click-fraud?
Yes, detect Click-fraud and provide proof where needed.
Can I following up on a leads?
Yes, search visitors & clickstreams by IP address – make a record, enter into SalesForce, or any other CRM. Know what your (potential) clients are thinking, and what they are interested in. See how often a potential leads or clients returns, along with their entire history of clicks, downloads, events, and activity.
Profit from invaluable strategic insights. Improve your funnels.
Identify multiple customers behind a single IP address
Our first-party cookie tracking technology allows us to identify multiple customers in the same company or organization located behind the same IP address / firewall. See when your product or service offerings are passed on for consideration or discussion within an organization.
Details about an IP address include:
- Referrer, Exit, search term
- Browser name & Version
- Platform & Devices
- Country, Region, City
- GPS Longitude & Latitude
- Timezone & Language
- ISP, Provider or Carrier
- Company & Organization
- Area, Postal or ZIP code
- IP address & Connection type
- Display size & Orientation