Following our last release Adding detailed information from each and every visitor you are receiving, we started collecting OS and Browser information for ALL campaigns.
At this time the feature is undergoing testing and we are hoping to release it next week.
Coming soon, you will be able to see even more details on every visitor sent to your site. Under your Live Stats, in the "Analytics" tab, each visitor delivered in the last 30 days will show the Operating System (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.), and the Browser (Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari, etc.).
As we just started collecting this data for each visitor sent, once the new feature is released you will be able to see the detailed information for the traffic delivered since Today.
We are always trying to improve for our customers, that's why just released "Extra Detailed Information" to each visitor that has been send to your Website. Now you are able to see The connection type, the provider and the corresponding weather station (with an additional link to check the weather).
As FullTraffic has evolved, we are now able to display any information about each and every IPv4 and IPv6 (which we started supporting a week ago). We decided to start with those details...
What else would you like to know about your visitors? Browser? UA? Device? Calling Code?
Let us know in the comments!
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Do you want to attract more visitors to your website and create more hype about your brand in the market?
No doubt marketing and promotion is all about creating sustained interest of your customers in your products by boosting your online sales and increasing your revenue. But the difference lies in how do you use different types of content to generate more leads for your business.
Here we look at some of the most popular content types that can be used to ensure that you always get more links to your website:
Hold contests to spark curiosity among people
One of the best ways to build a huge fan following for your brand is by organizing contests via social media channels. You could use Facebook, Twitter and also create an email list to promote your contests on different websites that can be valuable in getting links back to your website.
Of course, most people would be enticed to enter the challenge to win prizes while giving you a great opportunity to connect...
What is the one time you really do want to get into a sticky situation? When getting website traffic to stick around your website longer. A core performance indicator for website traffic is how much time each visitor stays on your website after they first arrive. This indicator is referred to as a web page's stickiness factor. The more time people stay on your site or a particular page, the more chances you have of creating an authentic relationship to your visitors and, eventually, converting them into paying customers. However, how does one go about building in sticky pages into your average website? It's not as hard as you might think: Include great content, provide an innovative solution, or make sure your content is updated frequently with new "website only" offers and specials.
Blogs are a Great Way to Add Quality Content Frequently
Blogs are really sticky areas of a website, particularly if they provide quality content that helps your audience...
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Web traffic provider FullTraffic today announced the redesign of its homepage. Following the announcement that it would be discontinuing its Global Traffic feature, the ad network modified the look of the site to reflect its new product changes. On top of that, the site now sports a better, more engaging design and layout.
Users have noted that the site revamp makes use of space more effectively. The layout looks less cluttered and crowded, and it is now easier to read.
“The new design gives users a better and cleaner browsing experience,” said FullTraffic CEO Federico Einhorn . He mentioned that a lot of work was put into the recent site overhaul. According to the CEO, the company factored in the latest web design trends along with user feedback to come up with the changes. “A lot of research and countless revisions took place, but it was all worth it, since we’ve been getting great comments about the new design,” he said.
Negative SEO was thought of as a very rare thing in the past, and there was doubt about its effectiveness. However, since Penguin and its changes hit the Web there has been a great deal of talk about negative SEO. Now it seems everyone has been hit by it, or at least everyone who has experienced the slightest drop in traffic. This is the usual hysteria settling in whenever a change occurs and, there is little doubt that almost all of these complaints are unfounded. However, I do wonder if attacking other websites might become a common tactic in the future. One group of SEO experts have recently done something to help answer that question.
This group made use of one of their own websites that was highly ranked and typical of a small business site. They posted thousands of paid links around the Web with all of them pointing to the site, then tracked the SERP position of the website to see what happened.
Test Begins: Website ranks number three for the keyword pool cleaning...