How Can I Tell Which IP Addresses Visited My Site in Google Analytics?


Google Analytics a free webmaster tool that aggregates data about a website's visitors, including pages visited, time on site, browser capabilities and network properties. Due to privacy reasons, Google does not provide a visitor's Internet Protocol address with the Google Analytics service. However, you can view the ISP network name and pinpoint a visitor's approximate city location on a map overlay.

Map Overlay

  • Log in to your Google Analytics account.

  • Go to the left sidebar and click "Visitors." Select "Map Overlay."

  • Click the county name under the "Site Usage" section. You can drill down further by clicking on the state or city names. Each county, state or city listing will show many visits you received and data regarding those visitors.

Network Properties

  • Click the "Visitors" option from the left sidebar.

  • Select "Network Properties" from the sub-menu.

  • Choose "Service Providers." If you click an Internet provider's name it will bring up important data about those visits.

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