__/ [Brian Wakem] on Tuesday 08 November 2005 11:40 \__
> cordial_camaraderie wrote:
>> Recently I have seen a Site, which analyzes the site Traffic! Can any
>> one explain what is the technalities behind it ?
>> Actually, they say that they will place a code on our web page. That is
>> their server and can can check their web logs when that particular
>> files is being called.. this is ok
>> But what they say that they can know which link has been clicked among
>> the dozen of links present on the site, I am not getting any logical
>> connection between this.. Please help in understanding the funda behind
>> this.. and these site are saying that they will not going to edit the
>> url's .. right.. then hOw will they come to know that which link has
>> been clicked ??
>> Please help me uncovering the logic behind it ..
> I thought this was going to be about Alexa. Which, by the way, is
> nothing more than a random number generator.
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