Before making this blog into Warptest.com it resided on Google’s blogger (or blogspot).
Google’s services work using Geolocation; just go to Google.com in your browser and see if it redirects to a domain for your country.
When you are running your or a clients blog on Blogger you want actionable intelligence from your site analytics.
Having every visitor to your site redirected by Google Geolocation or Geodomaining can turn your analytics into a mess.
If you want to bypass this there is a relatively simple solution as I shared with some friends who were dealing with this and discussing it on Twitter.
If you were sharing your blog URL as:
Where the /ncr = No Country Redirect
This is a relatively easy fix and should see your analytics back as useful again in no time at all.
I haven’t discovered any downside to this. If you know of any I would love to hear about it.