What is geolocation?
Geolocating is the process of determining a geographical location of a user or device on the web through various data collection points such as an IP address or an internal GPS of a device. Related links: How does geolocating API work?
How does geolocation API work?
It is common that most geolocation services use an IP address or the internal GPS of a device to identify the location. That being said, a geolocation API can use WiFi routers, beacons and mobile phone towers as a combination of signals to calculate how far you are from them
What is geotagging?
Geotagging refers to adding geographical coordinates to any media based on the location of your smartphone device. In more technical terms, it is geographical identification metadata that allows mobile users to include a specific location to whatever media they are using. This can range from photos to websites, videos, and
CTR (Click-through rate)
The click-through rate is a ratio of the number of total users that click on your link and the number of total users who have seen it. The link can be a webpage, email, or advertisement. It can be used as a measure to determine the success of an online