An invisible IP logger otherwise known as a tracking pixel is a 1x1 pixel image that is placed on your website and loaded when a user visits it. It is useful for tracking user behavior and conversions. With a tracking pixel, advertisers can acquire data for online marketing, web analysis or email marketing. With log file analysis, long data evaluation or using appropriate analytical tools, this data can be used for different purposes, for example retargeting.
How do I use it?
There are many ways these can be used. The links may be inserted into your message, webpage or blog for statistics collection, getting the IP addresses of all the users who opened your message, page, blog and so on.An example of using this invisible image logger in HTML: <img src="https://grabify.link/YOUR_CODE">
Just replace "https://grabify.link/YOUR_CODE" with your custom link that will be generated by clicking the button above.
How does it work?
The website admin or sender of an message/email adds the tracking pixel using a code in the website’s HTML code or email (As shown above). This code contains an external invisible link to
Grabify. If a user visits the destination website, the HTML code is processed by the client – usually the user’s browser. The browser follows the link and opens the invisible image. This
is registered and logged on the tracking page.
In addition, various information about the user is also transmitted using this method. You can view all the information it can log here.