One of the many powerful elements to the Privy platform is our ability to help you target the right audience with the right form, as well as the frequency setting, which lets you decide how often a single person is eligible to see your Privy popup or Privy forms.
These great features are dependent on Privy placing a cookie on your website visitor’s devices.
In some cases, your Google Analytics will report that there is a blocked resource coming from widget.privy.com. And this is the intended behavior. This is not an error and nothing to worry about. None of your actual web pages are blocked on Google because of this. These URLs are used internally by the Privy code to set browser cookies which power the targeting and frequency settings, and they are configured to ask Google not to show them in search results — because there is no page content. That’s all that Google means by “blocked” resource.