How to make my self a unique visitor

@yoniarnon (1081)
Israel
June 14, 2012 4:54am CST
I wanna enter a site and be a unique visitor, than i wanna do a change that the second time i will enter i will not be a repeat visitor, i will be a unique visitor again, What are all the way to do so? I know that some of the way are 1) Delete cookies 2) change IP Is there a way that change your proxy will make you a unique visitor? What other way there are?
4 responses
@TheLove (98)
• India
14 Jun 12
you can use some proxy site. so, your IP will change. but not for all site. and as you said second time. so, if you go there next day you will be still new(unique) user these is for most sites. some sites may store your ip but that's very rare.
@yoniarnon (1081)
• Israel
14 Jun 12
Thanks, I can change my IP by myself I am trying to find some better ways.. How the site can tell witch pc do i use? if i deleted the cookies it is putting and changing my IP..
• India
15 Jun 12
As far as i know i don't think we can change our IP. I mean i know you're taking about our local ip. but when we use internet which is provided by some "ISP" then they give you your ip which through you use internet. so,it can't be changed by us. and for how site can tell. so,if site counting for unique user they stores their ip maybe.
@zhihao12 (364)
• Singapore
14 Jun 12
You can try using online proxy server like hidemyass but depending on the site you are visiting, it may or may not work. Some site may scan for your machine ip and it is harder to make youself seem like unique visitor. There is one program from china that allow visits to a url you put in perhaps you want to try it. The program is called jingling
@jjzone44 (917)
• United States
14 Jun 12
You could try using the anonymous browsing feature that most browsers have now. It will prevent cookies and the like from being stored on your machine. It won't change your IP address, but that is not always necessary for some sites, as they don't track that statistic because it is not reliable for determining unique visitors. An example of that is a coffee shop with WiFi access. All users have the same broadcast IP as far as the Internet is concerned, as it is generated by the router in the shop. The router in turn assigns unique IPs in the protected range to individual users via DHCP.
• United States
14 Jun 12
It totally depends on how the site is set up. If you delete cookies and register as another user sometimes that works. But if it solely goes by the IP address on your computer you will not be able to do it. You can cheat the system by using another computer like a laptop or something though.