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Monitoring Traffic When it comes to optimizing your website, you will need to gather all the information about the few visitors who was accumulating. This will help you to make improvements to your site and increase your traffic. One of the best ways to obtain these statistical data is through the use of a counter. Some may be unaware that a counter on a web page will not only show you the number of visits to that page, but also recorded fragments of important information. The following is a list of some of the data that are collected from a counter. Screen resolution: know the screen resolution tells how most visitors see web pages. For example: If your design is based on 800 x 600 screen resolution, and most of those visitors using a resolution of 1024 x 768, may want to redesign it. Need qualified traffic? Keyword: If a visitor went to your web site by a search engine, you will like to know the terms of Search used, since that way you can help you optimize your site around important keywords relevant to the theme of your site. Duration of the visit: this is important, in this way can check page load slow. This is one reason that may drive away visitors. Input / output page if your visitors leave your website from the same page you entered, then you will need to find out why they are not visiting other pages within your site. Perhaps links to internal pages are hidden, messy, too much or little are descriptive. Regular visitors: this will help you determine which pages visitors are important. With this information can concentrate more efforts in develop more content in them. Do you want more qualified traffic? There are many more curiosities of statistical data. A recommendation...
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Cape Gamow Another fish, the hunter deserves attention - is the mullet. In summer for feeding into the bay Knight comes a lot of this fast and very tasty fish. I must say that hunting of the mullet in the bay Knight is somewhat different from we are used to film the Black Sea hunt. You will not see thousands of schools of fish, for the shooting that you do not even need to be submerged. All a bit more complicated and more interesting. I would divide the hunt for mullet in the bay into two types depending on time of day. Morning and afternoon, especially in sunny weather, mullet actively feeding in the thickets of Zostera at depths ranging from a half to five meters. Fish behave very cautiously. And at the slightest danger darts off with great speed. Clear water is largely complicates the problem. In such circumstances, the strategy works well conceal. The fact that any fish to objects on the surface, is more cautious than the objects lying on the bottom. Recommend that you add to are more goods to neutral buoyancy you had at a half to two meters. Plunging softly and moving slowly among the thickets of Zostera, be prepared to meet any time with nursing the fish. The second method suitable for the evening hunt. By the end of the day the fish stop feeding, going in flocks and migrate to waters of the bay. In this situation, I usually find the right place at the bottom among the separate beams of algae growing at depths of between two and half to four feet and I do haul out, lying face-to-coast. Gun at arm's length body perfectly still. Fish tend to go after one and a half minutes and is followed parallel to the coastline....

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