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Monday, November 14, 2005

Correction to BlogFlux LinkLog Service Features - Tracking Outgoing Clicks

In a recent post, I talked about BlogFlux's new free LinkLog service. Link logging refers to the tracking of the visitors and where the are going when they click on a link on your site, but where the link goes outside of your site. What I said in my last post was that this would be a way to track which ads your visitors are clicking on. Well, I was mistaken.

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