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    SitePoint Enthusiast romanntiko's Avatar
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    Question Tracking visitors

    I was wondering if you guys can recommend me a site similar to this one:

    http://reinvigorate.net/system/

    I really like that the fact that all you need to insert is just a simple HTML code and your good to go. The part I didn't like is that you can't track multiple sites unless you create different accounts.

    All input appreciate

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    Have you checked your host? Many hosts have these kind of stats built in. You could have it and not be aware.
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    Relmax Top does something similar; http://www.relmaxtop.com/. I get the impression that DAS Community Stats does a much better job of analyzing the traffic, but Relmax Top has its own advantage. As you place their banner somewhere in your site, they will put you in their directory; you get another inbound link. Since Relmax Top has pretty good PageRank, you will benefit from it.

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    SitePoint Enthusiast romanntiko's Avatar
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    My host does not offer it, so I'm lucked out. I would prefer to just insert a code rather to have a banner on my site. Any other suggestions?

    ~R~
    "I tell you, Peter," "the rooster will not crow tonight until you have said three times that you do not know me"...


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