Addue now supports routing by US state (or Canadian province) in addition to country-based routing
Note: This post is an introductory tutorial to Addue (https://Addue.com). Addue is an all-in-one marketing toolkit featuring tools such as conversion tracking, A/B split testing, traffic routing by geography and other browser data, link cloaking and more. For more information, please see the Addue website.
Prerequisites: Getting Started: Rules And Rulesets
Addue now supports routing by US state (or Canadian province) in addition to country-based routing!
If you understand how to route traffic by country using Addue (see the prerequisite tutorial above), then routing by US/Canada state/province will be a breeze. Simply use the new SR (state routing) rule type to set up a state routing rule. When you do this, you’ll see an identical form to the country routing rule, except that a dropdown of US states and Canadian provinces will be provided instead of a field to enter a country code:
The steps to use this form to set up a routing rule are very similar to the ones to use the country routing rule form. Enter the ruleset ID you’d like to use, a destination URL, and choose a US state or Canadian province from the dropdown. Notes are optional as always.
All traffic resolving to that US state or Canadian province will henceforth be redirected to that destination URL when you use this rule.
Multiple country routing rules and multiple state routing rules can be used together in any ruleset on Addue. Addue will first go through all your country routing rules, and if the IP address of the click matches any of them, it will use that rule to route it. If no country match is found (or no country routing rules are present), it will then go through any state routing rules you might have entered.