You've set a popup to display in Alaska but you don't live there?

We've been there.
In this tutorial, I'll explain how you can test the popup as if you were in Alaska (or somewhere else).

First method (the easy way)

If you're targeting an entire country, the easiest way to test your targeting is to use a VPN.

We recommend SetupVPN. It's free, works for most countries and can be added in two clicks.

SetupVPN for Chrome

SetupVPN for Firefox

Second method (the hard way)

If you're targeting a specific city or region, VPNs usually don't work.
We'll have to simulate your position using a different technique.

Step 1:

Click this link.

Step 2:

In the right menu, input the city you're targeting:

Step 3:

Click the result:

Step 4:

Copy the first result of the list.

Step 5:

Click this link and paste the IP into the input field. Then, hit "Look up"

Check that the city matches the one you're targeting. If not, go back to step 4, copy another result, test it again until you find an IP that works.

Step 6:

Load the page
Hit F12 to open the developer tools and click "Console":

Step 7:

Copy/paste the following snippet in the console.

Replace in the first line by the IP you want to spoof.

Then hit Enter to execute the code.

var ip = ';';
document.cookie = `WISEPOPS_TEST_INJECT_IP=${ip};; samesite=none; secure`;

Wisepops should now use the provided IP to geolocate you during the browser session.

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