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|manual click tracking code ?|
| 12:51 am on Feb 17, 2013 (gmt 0)|
I haven't looked around (or kept up) lately on what google considers ok or not ok...regarding click tracking codes.
I do most of my sites through pure HTML, so was wondering if this type of link click tracking is generally still ok -
making an .html file with the following for each outbound link :
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;
If considered legit...should I change the content="0; to content="1; for better chance of stat reporting ? (basically would just give an extra second)
This could be considered an old school / outdated approach...some things I forget about and just put on the back burner for years..
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