Good traffic counter, preferavly free ;o)

Posted on 2004-11-26
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Anyone knows a good web traffic counter to see how much data has been transferred for that site? Meaning up and downstream traffic...
Question by:Peter Loobuyck
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    the best counter to use is  It has the ability to be invisible, and many many other featuers.
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    Hmm...very interesting!  However, I didn't see anything about bandwidth usage stats...

    Also, do note they state:

    "We offer a truly exceptional free service, because we want to help you grow. And as you grow, and as your needs grow, we hope you'll upgrade. We don't impose an upgrade on you. You can use it for free for as long as you like. The only catch is if you start to get over 9,000 pageloads each day you are outside what we can sustain as a free business model and we will then ask you to either remove the code or upgrade. It's as simple as that!"


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    by:Peter Loobuyck
    thx guys!

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