If I am getting visits from google.co.nz for example how can I look at google from the nz view without it always defaulting to .com.au for me? Does that make sense?
Maybe try a different browser. Chrome gives me whichever Google I want.
Also, in your Google analytics, when you check your traffic. Just click on whatever site visited you to see specific area they have come from. It's a way too cool and fun tool
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