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#1 steamtronic

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 02:52 AM

Is there a way to tell how many visits a specific page on a third parties website has had over a given time period (eg a month).

For Example: I might want to see how many times a particular blog entry has been read (assuming one entry per page, not consecutive entries on a single page), or how many times a specific item listing has been viewed (assuming no counter on the listing). I already know how to see traffic for www<dot>cnet<dot>com ; I want to see how many visitors have been to http<doubleslash>news<dot>cnet<dot>com<slash>8301-1023_3-57396842-93<slash>pinterest-to-get-beautiful-profile-redesigns<slash>?tag=txt;title

Is this possible via any existing webtools, or is it only something the site administrator can tell you?

Thanks! (and I hope I have put this in the right board)
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#2 Ben

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 09:31 AM

l don't believe that is possible. You would need to ask the site owner.
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Posted 16 March 2012 - 02:40 AM

l don't believe that is possible. You would need to ask the site owner.


Thanks. I might poke around some black hat sites and see if there's a sneaky way (one that wont get me arrested, that is :raised: ).
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