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Tracking visits to my site from foo.com

How can I tell which pages they access and when they access them?

10:05 am on Apr 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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When I write about foo.com in my blog, I'm always curious to know when people from that firm are reading the entry.

I know, via awstats (from cpanel on my hosted sites), I can see simply whether someone from foo.com has accessed my site... but how can I tell:
- What pages someone from foo.com accessed
- When these page were accessed
- How many times these pages were accessed by someone from foo.com?

I know I can get cool stats like this from third party hosted services, like VisitorVille, but that seems like a pricey and heavy solution for what I'd think would be a pretty simple set of queries.

If you do know of particularly cool third party programs that you'd like to recommend, please feel free (either publicly, if permitted, or privately).

Thanks much!

12:49 pm on Apr 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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You should definately try NetTracker Lite, it'll do all that for free.
If you need a link, please send me a sticky mail.