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You can't. Unless they share their data with you or publish it the best you can do is guess. The closest you can get is Alexa but their data is not accurate and gets worse as you get further away from the top sites.
according to HTTP 1.1 protocol http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec15.html#sec15.1.3 Clients SHOULD NOT include a Referer header field in a (non-secure) HTTP request if the referring page was transferred with a secure
You can extract the keywords that the user searched from the HTTP_REFERER header. Google uses the GET parameter "q" to send the terms that the user searched. Note that the terms are not always send, and the parameter q will be empty. This is based on each visitor's privacy settings, browser settings etc You can use a function like this: function ...
SEO, my friend, is a pregnant woman at it's best. It is working on giving you something great, but in the process, it will accept, deny, and act very unstable. Fact of the matter is, you shouldn't be measuring your analytics but once a month. Not everyday, and certainly, not every hour. Your brand is more active at different times of the day. If you own a ...
I'm not sure about this but I'll hazard a guess. Verify all the domains in Webmaster Tools (Google, Bing) this will help you to see 'who links to you.' As far as links, also try Majestic SEO. The other thing I would try is implementing some server statistics software like AWStats (not sure if Go Daddy provides it but it is usually available in cPanel). I'd ...
Solution: use cross-domain tracking E-commerce transactions: crossing between domains If you require that visitors cross domains during the checkout process on your site, you must ensure that you have added the necessary lines to your tracking code. Please refer to the FAQ on tracking 3rd-party shopping baskets for more information. If you do ...
It might be because visitors may be coming to your section's landing page in the middle of surfing your site. Explanation is found here on Google Analytics' site: Why a custom report shows more Unique Visitors than Visits
For Google Adsense there is a ip limit. For example if a client makes some fast hits (5 - 10), his ip is banned for a short time (1 - 2 minutes) and no more ads will be shown, or cached ads that are not counted as impressions will be served. Also if the client uses ad blocker software (we all hate this), no ads are shown, and they are also calculated by ...
This is almost certainly due to an incorrect link to your site from somewhere else. Most forum software has bad auto-link detection so if someone posts a URL at the end of a sentence and finishes the sentence with a period, it will include the period in the URL link. The same thing often happens with URLs in parentheses. In general there isn't anything you ...
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