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I want to see in real time from where the impressions of my web site are coming? How do i do that? please help.
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Google Analytics is a quick, simple, and free way to do this.

Visit http://analytics.google.com and it will walk you through the steps to get some HTML code that you can add to your website. It tracks where you visitors come from, what terms they searched for if they found your website through a search, how long they were at your site, what page the started on, what country they connect from, and much more.
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Thanks.
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