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The Facebook platform policy explains the rules. In particular: You may cache data you receive through use of the Facebook API in order to improve your application’s user experience, but you should try to keep the data up to date. ... By “basic account information” we mean: name, email, gender, birthday, current city, and profile picture URL....


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Like many "compare over time" questions, this is hidden in Google Analytics with "motion charts". Navigate to "Audience" -> "Mobile" -> "Overview" Set the time frame to 1 year Select motion charts using the icon with three dots on the top right of the graph Select the line chart tab that appear at the top of the chart Change the sideways menu from "% New ...


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I imagine it'd be relatively easy to create or license some really useful feature (and if desired you could obfuscate it in base64 encoding or whatever) that would load a small resource from a server you monitor. Things like this are really common in analytics (the smiley face for WP-Stats) and tracking features. For instance, if you have ever used ...


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Google only allows an AdWords account to use one voucher. If you have multiple vouchers from different friends, use the most valuable one. The only way to get around it appears to be to create multiple AdWords accounts and use one voucher per account. Doing so will not put you in the Google graces of Google and your accounts will be shut down if they catch ...


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You need to install Google Analytics tracking code for a start. That will give you all the user behaviour you need , but you should also set up event tracking to track which buttons are clicked. You can also link these to goals where relevant so that you can measure conversation rates, but you also need this if you’re using Google AdWords/Ads. There are ...


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"Processing latency is 24-48 hours. Standard accounts that send more than 200,000 sessions per day to Analytics will result in the reports being refreshed only once a day. This can delay updates to reports and metrics for up to two days. To restore intra-day processing, reduce the number of sessions your account sends to < 200,000 per day. For ...


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If you have SSH access try this TOTAL=$(free | awk '/Mem:/ { print $2 }') for USER in $(ps haux | awk '{print $1}' | sort -u) do ps hux -U $USER | awk -v user=$USER -v total=$TOTAL '{ sum += $6 } END { printf "%s %.2f\n", user, sum / total * 100; }' done See this link from StackOverflow for more information


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I think Google Analytics would do this.


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The site http://builtwith.com/ offers statistics about how many websites use various technologies. They gather this information by downloading pages from websites and looking at items such as: powered by HTTP header JavaScript libraries used in the page links in the page footer to a CMS For example they have the following report for WordPress: They also ...


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a) meta-generator The generator metadata name […] identifies one of the software packages used to generate the document. So it’s appropriate to use it for pages created by your CMS. However: Many people will remove it, often because they think it would be insecure to communicate which CMS is in use. Most search engines will probably ignore meta-...


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All kinds of web development software, blogs, content management systems generate Meta tags like such. Most of them, if not all of them do it. For example, meta name="generator" content="Dreamweaver" or meta name="generator" content="Joomla!", Facebook, Twitter, and so on do it too. These Meta elements provide information, which can be used by search ...


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I accidentally managed to use two vouchers on one AdWords account: while creating it I entered a voucher code, got an error message and entered another voucher code. After the first payment (which is a requirement for those vouchers), both voucher codes were added to my account. However, I can't add new voucher codes to this account anymore. This trick only ...


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I never researched that topic but all i can think of is writing your own script, it may take some time but it is an easy job if you are a programmer. If i were you i would ask myself the following questions as start before working on that project, What type of downloadable data i am offering? [media/text/app,... etc] Will i allow partial downloads and ...


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Have you checked your access log / webstats? Is this reporting a higher number of visitors to match the bandwidth usage? Are you getting an increased amount of bot traffic? Rogue bots can perhaps be blocked in .htaccess if this is an issue. Are your images optimised? Have you enabled gzip compression for your pages? This can drastically cut the size (and ...


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How many users do you have online now? You can test this yourself and get an idea of what you will need by using apache bench. You are talking about some very serious traffic, though. 30k requests a second is the limit for nginx serving static content, let alone php/mysql type content. You can't just calculate this, you need to test it, as there are a ...


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