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Effect of Cloudflare on Page Load Time on Satya-Weblog

Few weeks before I have started using cloudflare services. This post is regarding the effect on the page load time performance of the blog by using cloud flare CDN. Through this post, I am trying to reveal how much effect cloudflare can have on your website. I am using free… (Continue)

Easiest way to Track Links click and Usage

There are various tools and applications available for tracking outgoing link tracking or tracking which link used how many times. Few methods for tracking link clicks are mentioned in my old post. Here is the simplest method I feel to track the click and usage of any link on your… (Continue)

Google Analytics: Track Outbound Links And Special Pages

Google analytics has lots of functionality but it does not provide an easy way of tracking outbound links on click. MyBlogLog provides this functionality is very useful way but that is free only 10 entry each days. That also has restriction on free version that you cannot see report after… (Continue)

Top Countries and Continents Visitors to My Blog

I am sharing some data about the visitors. Data about the visitors to my blog and from which continents and countries they come. Here are data about the continents and countries who send most traffic to my blog. It is not India who send most visitors but It is United… (Continue)

Web Browser Usage Comparison – Feb/March 2010

Here are some stats about browser usages by visitors on my blog (Web Scripting). Data and graph presents are from my cPanel application Awstats and Google Analytics. Here is a Browser Usage stats from March 1 to 6. Data taken from Google Analytics. Browser Usage March 1- 6 - Web… (Continue)

Bye Bye to Sitemeter Web Site Stat Analytics

I just dropped using Sitemeter - a Web Site analytics. I was not enjoying it as much as Statcounter. I saw I am missing three few data or say data with ease of access: Referrer other than Google/Search Engine: Statcounter has a column where you can see recent visitors from… (Continue)