You can easily customize the presence of the signal on the website by using regular expressions. Click “Customize impressions” switch on the signal editing page and choose "URLs matches regex":
REGEX cheat sheet:
\.html$ — shows a signal on the pages with a certain file extension. Example: hoversignal.com/testpage.html Signal will be displayed only on pages with a .html at the end of the link.
/basket — shows a signal on the pages with a certain word in the URL. Example: hoversignal.com/basket Signal will be displayed only on pages with a in the URL.“basket” at the end of the link.
/(basket|order) — shows a signal on the several pages with certain words in the URL Example: hoversignal.com/basket hoversignal.com/order Signal will be displayed only on pages with a “basket” and “order” in the URL.
.+ourdomain.com/((?!fi|fr|es)).* — limits the social proof in english to the root of the domain. Example: Your english website is under ourdomain.com/ translations in subfolders /es /fi /fr
^((?!/de/).)*$ — Regex for all pages that do not contain /de/ Example: The signal does`nt appear on pages containing /de/
/de/ — Regex for all pages that contain /de/ Example: The signal appears only on pages containing /de/
/blog/.+ — The signal appears inside the directory blog/, but not on the blog page itself Example: The signal appears on rovertask.com/blog/new_features, but not on the rovertask.com/blog
(blog|career)\.rovertask\.com(?!.*/(new_features|update)) The signal appears only inside the subdomain blog.rovertask.com and career.rovertask.com except for url containing /new_features or /update. The signal won't appear at the main page (rovertask.com)
^http(s?)://hoversignal\.com.* Regex for all pages within the main domain except subdomains. Example: The signal appears on rovertask.com and rovertask.com/prices but not on the blog.rovertask.com or career.rovertask.com