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Subject: Re: UKNM: Usage statistics - the truth?
From: Ben Thompson
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 11:17:37 GMT


But adding .jpg requests to log files would be noticable. Either

1) use Search and replace to replace any mention of .jpg with .html in the
log file.

2) Use Frames. An example I saw last week (wearing a different hat):-

a) Site uses frames and has five frames on the site.
b) Each requests calls the parent and a new frameset is requested. 1 page is
now 6 page requests. And your site with 85,000 page views a month now has
gone over teh magic 500,000 mark.


On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 09:59:22PM +0100, John Bishop wrote:
> Check out the ABC//electronic Associate Subscribers on their website. I
> think they include companies who want to be able to provide industry
> compliant numbers. We spoke to most commonly used log analysis companies
> went for HitList who are an ABC//electronic subscriber and who are
> they have a beta version of a compliant log analysis tool. I also think
> problem is that most software products can be configured how you want - eg
> in Webtrends all you need to do to quadruple your traffic (at least) is
> include .jpg as a valid file type - until the configuration can be made
> tamperproof there is no way that it can be relied on. I'm sure we'll get
> there one day...........
> John Bishop

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