is located at

Target users by where they are visiting your website from.
The is located at rules targets visitors of the specified continent, country, city, zip code, or region.
Using this rule to define an audience requires that your application calls one of the Ninetailed SDK's .page(), track() , or identify() methods at least once. For more information check the events guide.

Rule Structure

This rule consists of one of each of:
  • a location type
  • a value matcher, composed of:
    • a value matching operator
    • a location value

Location Type

Select what type of location to match. Choose from:
  • Continent
  • Country
  • City
  • Postal Code
  • Region

Value Matcher

Matching Operator

Choose how to compare the location value to the chosen location type. The value matching operator will always be "equal to" when the location type is set to either Continent or Country. When the location type is City , Postal Code, or Region, you may choose from a variety of matching operators:
  • equals
  • does not equal
  • contains
  • does not contain
  • starts with
  • ends with
  • matches, for matching to a Regex expression

Location Value

The value to compare to.
  • Note that an automatically generated dropdown list is generated when the location type is set to either Continent or Country.
  • When matching a City, spell the city with proper capitalization and spacing, e.g., San Francisco.
  • When matching a Postal Code, use the shortest representation of postal code when performing exact matches. In the United States for example, postal codes will be 5 digits of format XXXXX instead of the 9-digit format of XXXXX-XXXX. If you are unsure of the postal code format, try checking within the browser or use the contains matcher instead of the equals matcher when appropriate.
  • When matching a Region, consider what this will resolve to based on the country of the visitor. For example, Region will be a state in the United Stattes, while in Canada Region will be a province. Spell the region with proper capitalization and spacing, e.g.,New York.