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Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by ddpromo1, Sep 4, 2004.

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  1. ddpromo1

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    Does anyone know how to check "real" traffic numbers on a website,(amount of visitors) if they don't have a hit counter?

    This would help us when choosing a site to advertise. I know people do alot of bragging about their traffic, but how do we find out if it's true?

    Thanks.
    David D.
    D&D Promotions
    http://www.powerofmarketing.com
     
  2. Elvandil

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    There are only limited ways of collecting that type of statistics. One is from people that have Alexa installed on their computers (and don't know it). These people claim that Alexa "users" are representative of the population as a whole, but I wonder. In any case, this should give you a ball-park figure.

    http://www.itoolpad.com/products/sitepop/
     
  3. Chicon

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    hi ddpromo1,

    There is something interesting here : http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/
    I have a few colleagues who use this tool to make statistics, it works nice and it's free !
     
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