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How To Track All Your Website Traffic For Free
By: Louis Allport
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    2007-06-04

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    To start with here's a software solution you can install and use for free on your website:

    Now before you go and install it, you should of course be familiar with installing software on your server. If you're not comfortable installing software on your website, a tracking service (which I'll come to in a moment) would probably be best for you.

    And it's also important to note that installing software on your website can often put more strain on the server. This is particularly true if you're on shared hosting.

    I've personally used the following free tracking software and it works well. See what you think. Go to http://www.curve2.com and look for "TrackPro". As I write this, version 2 is in Beta and is downloadable from the site at the following address: http://www.curve2.com/trackpro.php

    You'll also find many further free tracking software solutions at http://www.hotscripts.com

    But personally speaking, what I've found works very well and avoids putting any increased strain on my existing websites is using a third party tracking service.

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