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SiteApps GeoSegmentation and GeoTargeting Basics

SiteApps Support Team
posted this on November 7, 2012, 10:23

SiteApps uses AppEngine's native GEO-IP headers as the data source for geosegmentation and geotargeting.

Below are current accuracy rates for different types of geosegmentation by level:


  • country - approximately 99% accurate
  • state - approximately 95% accurate
  • city - between 90 to 95% accurate

Although there is not an bullet-proof exact match - using geo-segmentation is one of the most efficient methods of leveraging personalization. 



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