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Use whatever code is appropriate for you but important thing to remember is to code it and know to what it pertains.
If you have your own web site, your hosting provider might already provide you with tools you need to track traffic which visits you daily.
All you would need to do is access your log info and review which web pages are getting traffic and study where traffic is coming from to visit you.
If you do not have access to such info from you host provider, there are many good FREE online statistic and tracking services you can use.
To access our "FREE List of Statistic & Tracking Services" send a blank email to our auto-responder at: mailto:email@example.com
You may find that much of your traffic is coming to you from a search engine or directory like Yahoo, http://www.yahoo.com/ or Google, http://www.google.com/.
You may also be pleasantly surprised to discover that a web site with related traffic has linked your site and is now sending you new visitors daily.
It would be a good idea to contact owner of that new traffic generator and let them know you appreciate link and even link back to them in return.
Once you know where your traffic is coming from to find you, it is important to maintain that flow of traffic and then try to find other sources that are similar.
Doing so will allow you to increase visitors and leads you generate and, hopefully, increase your overall sales.
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