Where's my traffic coming from???

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  1. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

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    I bought some dropped domains and one of them is getting around 25 hits a day.
    How do i find out where this traffic is coming from?

    The reason for this is to find out what information people are looking to find out under this domain so i can redirect it to an affiliate product.
     
  2. symbiotic

    symbiotic BANNED BANNED

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    You need to check your referer stats. Do you have a cpanel server? Are you using awstats or webalizer?
     
  3. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

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    I have just parked it at the mo.
    Any ideas?
     
  4. symbiotic

    symbiotic BANNED BANNED

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    How do you know you are getting 25 hits per day on one of them?
     
  5. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

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    On the stats for all my parked domains.
    It tells me the page views and clicks but nothing else.
     
  6. HaRRo

    HaRRo Elite Member

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    youll not know where there coming from then until you host it .
     
  7. Angel of Wealth

    Angel of Wealth Registered Member

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    slap in some google analytics code on it..if its typed in traffic no refer but you can see what geo they're coming from
     
  8. enovator

    enovator Regular Member

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    Try to find the back link of that domain, that traffic must be coming from those back links.
     
  9. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

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    Before i host it and find out that way. how do i find the backlinks? I guess i have to type something into google to find them but what do i type?
     
  10. blackhatttt

    blackhatttt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Clutterbuck try this on google:

    link:yourdomainname.com

    It works with yahoo too.