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count visitors on my domain

Posted on 2009-07-04
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hello...
i have a running website... i use html code as its structure to build its pages...  i would like to know the amount of visitors looking at my website... can anyone reveal it to me how could i do it?

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Do you want something generic like this?

http://www.website-hit-counters.com/
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