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Recomend Me A Tracking Scipt

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by supermat007, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. supermat007

    supermat007 Regular Member

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    I want to install some form of tracking script on my domains.

    So I can track clicks and sales from my affiliate links.
    Tracking pixel support etc. Split testing etc.

    Either free or one off payment.

    ive tried out Adtrackz. Its good but its got a bit of a big flaw when using its tracking to track sales.

    What are you guys using?

    Cheers
     
  2. raj564

    raj564 Regular Member

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    have u seen go try this blackhat?
     
  3. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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  4. ultimatium1

    ultimatium1 Junior Member

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    Or cloak and tracker
    Not to short
     
  5. s2000hawaii

    s2000hawaii Newbie

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    try live-zilla, its free. tracks visitor, and you can view a screen shot of what the user is seeing
     
  6. voxclan

    voxclan Regular Member

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    GoTrythis V2 should come out soon. The final testing is going on this week. Depending on the results, the product could be ready soon.

    V1 had all you are looking for and according to the developer, V2 should be much better.
    But, I want to be realistic and the availability and it could be delayed again and again, according to his track record. of multiple delays.
     
  7. supermat007

    supermat007 Regular Member

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    hmmm Ive seen gotrythis but apparently its very iffy and hes not be trusted?

    The thing I hate with GA is that its not real time. I use it for my traffic stats but its a little annoying when its 24 hours behind and only updates once a day
     
  8. squiggy22

    squiggy22 Registered Member

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    Piwik (http://piwik.org) is a great free, open source tracking alternative to Google Analytics. You host it on your own domain. Uses PHP 5 and MySQL. Real-time. Still beta, but stable and very useful. Won't cloak/track affiliate links though.

    MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate (http://www.mbpninjaaffiliate.com/) is a great plugin for WordPress to cloak/track affiliate links.

    GoTryThis 1 (http://GoTryThis.com) is great, stable and reliable but GoTryThis 2 is going to be subscription based (monthly fee - BOOOOO!). It cloaks, tracks and even cookie-stuffs. I don't think you can buy version 1 at this point.

    Renegade Cloaker Wicked Edition (http://www.renegadecloaker.com/index2.html) looks like a promising alternative to GoTryThis - cloaks, tracks, cookie stuffs. Self-hosted. Uses PHP5 and MySQL. I get an error trying to install it and I haven't figured it out yet, so I can't vouch for it entirely. But it's a one-time cost of $47 (no monthly fee).

    FastClick SQL Pro (http://www.ftrsoft.com/fclicksqlpro.html) is a one-time $50 cost - self-host script - PHP5 and MySQL. Excellent click tracking. No cloaking.

    Hope this helps a bit.
     
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  9. graphicnut

    graphicnut Supreme Member

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    tracking101 very short msg yes
     
  10. mjayson

    mjayson Junior Member

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    I would recommend prosper202 - free and no longer encoded with zend.