How do I tell if I am getting visitors from your network?

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asked Nov 2, 2015 in Advertising by robert (180 points)

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answered Nov 2, 2015 by robert (180 points)
Since your link will be distributed to all our installed APIs (and all future ones too) the visitors will be coming to your website from anyone of the installation locations. Without getting into "Google Analytics" or sophisticated  coding to detect the subtle differences in the link code or anything like that, all you need to do is create a landing page specific to receiving visitors from the BungeeBones network. When you add your listing to the distributed web directory you are able to pick whatever webpage of your website that you want the link to send to visitors to. So if you copy one of your website's current pages and give it a new page name, then use that new page as the one the web directory sends visitors to you will be able to tell exactly how many came to your site from anywhere in our network. Most web hosting companies have some sort of statistical program in the hosting CPanel (AWStats for example) which lists your pages and how many visitors came there and, from where they came from. This way you don't have to take our word from it AND we don't have to use privacy invading software! Your own stats will tell you how much traffic you are getting and from that information you can decide if it is worth paying a little more (or less) to optimise your Return On Investment (ROI) of your advertising expense.
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