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Sunday, March 19, 2006

How do I track visitors to my blog

UPDATE 19 August 2008: This post was prepared before the introduction of New Blogger and is meant for those using old classic Blogger template. For New Blogger xml template, please refer to adding advertisements and hit counter to New Blogger blog.

Many bloggers are interested in knowing how often their blog was viewed. What you need is a hits counter. You can get a free hit counter here at StatCounter.com. After you sign up for an account, you will be taken through a series of steps to generate codes to paste into your template. You will have to provide a title and give the url of your blog, choose a category and select from a series of options. You may just accept the default if you want a counter similar to what you see at the bottom of this page (you may also select the invisible option). There will be just one option where no default is given and that is whether your website uses frames. Select NO. There is a further option of whether you want the script generated for your counter to be XHTML compliant or not. For the New Blogger, I have earlier found that leaving this unticked can give a working counter. But if you are using a New Blogger template, it is probably betting to tick that option. When the codes are generated, highlight it and copy the codes.

Sign into Dashboard, select the relevant blog, click the TEMPLATE tab to get to the template editor to edit the template. Paste the codes after the <body> tag and before the </body> tag. If you chose an invisible counter, you can follow the instruction in the post exactly, and it doesn't matter whether you are using the old classic template or the New Blogger template. If you chose a visible counter, the counter will appear at the bottom of the page. If you want the visible counter to appear elsewhere and you are using the old classic Blogger template, you will have to refer to this post Blogger template tutorial (old classic template): Adding stuff via the template for a guide as to where to paste the script.

If you chose an invisible counter, the number of steps is very much less. Note that Statcounter have changed a bit since this post was written and I think I need to do an update/redit or a new post,

For New Blogger template, see update.

Update: For New Blogger (formerly Blogger Beta), see New Blogger (formerly Blogger Beta): Adding advertisement, hit counters, etc

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92 comments:

  1. I put a StatCounter in the sidebar of my blog page. Other people who read my blog can see my counter. However, I am unable to see my counter. Do you know why I can't see the counter, but others can?

    I'm getting stat reports from StatCounter.com so I know the counter is working. It's just not visible to me.

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  2. Did you select the "invisible" option by any chance?

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  3. I did not select the "invisible" option. My friends can see the statcounter on their computers, but I cannot see it on my computer.

    I've refreshed my blog page numerous times, but that doesn't help. I've moved the counter to other places and still I cannot see it, but others can.

    My statcounter code says "var sc_invisible=0" which I think means I don't have invisible turned on.

    Thanks

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  4. Thanks for this site, I was able to get the Stat Counter in with no problem! However your link to the Stat Counter site doesn't work.

    For some reason, I find the official explanations on the Blogger site quite difficult to understand.

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  5. Thanks. The link has been corrected.

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  6. Hey, did stamppy ever get to see the StatCounter? I have similar situation: I can't see the counter, but StatCounter.com shows that visitors are being logged! And, no, I didn't select "invisible". I use the "Scribe" Template and placed the StatCounter code exactly where Peter said. I even tried a couple other locations in the code. No success. VERY FRUSTRATING.

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  7. Try pasting the code in some other place, like for example, in the sidebar.

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  8. Here's a solution I found for my statcounter problem: http://forum.statcounter.com/vb/showthread.php?t=20840

    My HOSTS file was blocking the statcounter! I removed statcounter from my HOSTS file and now I can see my counter in my blog, AND I can see other people's counters which I could not see before either.

    Here's more info about solving the problem:

    The StatCounter.com homepage won't load - and my counter won't load on
    my webpage.

    It is possible that you have installed some anti-virus software that has added the following line to your hosts file on your computer.

    ------------------------------------------------------
    www.statcounter.com 127.0.0.1
    ------------------------------------------------------

    Your hosts file can be found in the following locations.

    Windows 95/98/Me c:\windows\hosts

    Windows NT/2000/XP Pro c:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

    Windows XP Home c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

    Open it up with program like notepad and remove the line.

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  9. Briefly thought stamppy had hit on the solution for me! But there was NO statcounter entry in my hosts. Rats!!

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  10. I guess my solution was only temporary, because I can't see my own Statcounter on my Blog again.

    When my HOSTS file does is daily/weekly updates, does it put statcounter back in its list? Do I need to remove ALL statcounter lines from the HOSTS file?

    Here's all the statcounter thingies I have in my HOSTS file:

    # [Statcounter][Aodhan Cullen]
    127.0.0.1 c1.statcounter.com #[Ad-Aware.Tracking Cookie]
    127.0.0.1 c2.statcounter.com
    127.0.0.1 c3.statcounter.com #[eTrust.Tracking Cookie]
    127.0.0.1 c4.statcounter.com
    127.0.0.1 c5.statcounter.com #[SpySweeper.Spy.Cookie]
    127.0.0.1 c6.statcounter.com #[MVPS.Criteria]
    127.0.0.1 c7.statcounter.com
    127.0.0.1 c8.statcounter.com #[McAfee.Cookie-Statcounter]
    127.0.0.1 c10.statcounter.com
    127.0.0.1 c11.statcounter.com #[Ewido.TrackingCookie.Statcounter]
    127.0.0.1 s2.statcounter.com #[SunBelt.statcounter.com]
    127.0.0.1 www.statcounter.com #[IE-SpyAd]

    Does anyone smarter out there know if I need to delete ALL these statcounter thingies from my HOSTS file? I previously only removed "127.0.0.1 www.statcounter.com" and this worked, but only temporarily.

    I use Hoster 2.0 from www.funkytoad.com for managing my HOSTS files.

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  11. I am having the same problem with my stascounter that stamppy and larry had.I pasted the counter in my side bar. I could see it immediately after I pasted it ( That was yesterday). Today I cant see it.

    I have no idea about host files or anything like to meddle with, like stamppy.

    Hope somebody can solve it for me.

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  12. I am having the same problem with my stascounter that stamppy and larry had.I pasted the counter in my side bar. I could see it immediately after I pasted it ( That was yesterday). Today I cant see it.

    I have no idea about host files or anything like to meddle with, like stamppy.

    Hope somebody can solve it for me.

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  13. I have upgraded to beta blogger and lost my stat counter. How do I get it back?#

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  15. Hi Hev,

    Regarding the statcounter, now when I think about it, I think you lost it when your blog was converted to Beta. I think you may be able to add statcounter in the LAYOUT of Blogger Beta using ADD PAGE ELEMENT, then select ADD HTML/Javascript and paste the statcounter script in the box. Press Save Changes. Let us know if that works. If that does'nt work you will have to wait for the EDIT RAW HTML to be able to add the statcounter script back again. Do remember to let us know how it goes.

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  16. In Blogger Beta I've:

    Code corrupted. Insert fresh copy.

    when I try to insert the code of statcounter in Html/javascript element to the footer of the page

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  17. I have set up a test Blogger Beta blog, and I have tried to add statcounter in the manner you described, and had no problem. Suggest you regenerate the scripts in statcounter again and try once more time.

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  18. To Hev,

    Peter said: "If that does'nt work you will have to wait for the EDIT RAW HTML to be able to add the statcounter script back again. Do remember to let us know how it goes." I have set up a test Blogger Beta blog, and have added a statcounter successfully via the "Add a Page Element" in Layout. You don't have to wait for EDIT RAW HTML to be introduced.

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  19. For those not looking for intense stats our top 100 gives an account. As well as having the advantage of allowing the 100's of search crawlers that cruise us each month the ability of finding.

    http://www.prnewsnow.com/Top_100_Blogs/

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  20. thanks, this helped alot!

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  21. I've created a counter at statcounter.com. However now I am clueless as to how to get it on my site. Do I publish it as a post? I don't understand about which parts I'm supposed to highlight.
    I'm so confused.
    Please help!

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  22. Hi Catherine,

    From what I gather from your post, you have only created a project on statcounter site, and perhaps have got to the stage of generating the scripts. These scripts have to be pasted onto the Blogger template, and this post describe how it can be done. If you are not following this, perhaps you need someone to guide you step by step, perhaps with chat. I have guided someone how to create links in the sidebar this way, but I use gmail chat. I see you have yahoo mail. Try your best to follow the instructions in this post to paste the script you get from statcounter site, and if you fail, contact me by email and I'll see what I can do.

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  23. I have edited this post a bit to show more clearly what need to be done to paste the statcounter script into the template. Hope that will help you. If not, contact me by email and I'll see if I can offer further help.

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  24. The Blogger beta version requires that you choose the "XHTML" option in the StatCounter setup wizard. To do this, just click the "wrench" beside your project, then "Install Code".

    To insert the code into your Blogger beta, just click "layout", then "template". You can "Add a new element" and place the Statcounter code in here.

    Let me know how it works for you.

    Rhonda
    StatCounter Team

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  25. The Blogger beta version requires that you choose the "XHTML" option in the StatCounter setup wizard. To do this, just click the "wrench" beside your project, then "Install Code".

    To insert the code into your Blogger beta, just click "layout", then "template". You can "Add a new element" and place the Statcounter code in here.

    Rhonda
    StatCounter Team

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  26. I posted a comment on Rhonda's blog, stating that I have installed statcounter on Blogger Beta blog without checking the XHTML option, and they are all working. Here is her response:

    Hi, Peter!

    You're exactly right! You would not want to use the XHTML version if it's not necessary.

    For some reason, there was a time when some of our forum members had worked out that it was necessary, and since it worked, we didn't question it.

    Thanks for the heads-up. I'll test it out and have our developers add instructions for Blogger Beta to our site.

    Best regards,

    Rhonda

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  27. Anonymous9:37 AM

    Thanks for this!

    Blogger beta wasn't letting me add a statcounter into the raw html, but inserting it into a new page element (with no title) worked perfectly.

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  28. Anonymous9:28 AM

    Yes, new page element works. But, now I am stuck with that "new element" which is visible. How to remove?

    The blue, bottom roght on my blog.

    http://21thecentury.blogspot.com/

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  29. You mean the blue box that contain a visitors map. Did you migrate your blog from classic to beta? If so, I may not be of much help as I have not been invited to join the beta program. I have only joined the beta progam via beta.blogger.com and started some beta blogs like Testing Blogger Beta. I do not know if what already exist in the classic template will be added to the beta template when migrated, and also if they will appear as a Page Element in the Layout. If they don't appear as a page element in the layout, then you will need to go into the beta template and try to locate and remove them. That to me is no easy task as the beta template is very different from the classic template. However, I am eager to hear about your experience in migrating to the beta blog, especially the part about that visitors map in you classic blog being added to your beta blog.

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  30. Thanks for the valuable tip. Any tips on how to track stats for each individual blog post page?

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  31. If you are using statcounter, you should read the list of choices available on the sidebar when you are in a project. You probably should try each of them to see what they offer. I believe what you want can be found in the "popular pages". I have no time to go through all the choices.

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  32. Anonymous2:22 AM

    How can I add Google Search bar to my blog?

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  33. That will depend on whether you are using Blogger classic or blogger beta. If you are using Blogger classic, and you want to add a searchbar at the top, just below the Header, you just follow the method described in this post: Where to paste the AdSense script

    For Blogger Beta, by right, the method should be via the Layout,
    as given in this post: Blogger Beta: Adding advertisements, hit counters, etc, via the Layout, however, while you will see a searchbar added, it will be a non working searchbar. I previously had added the script directly into the template, as described in this post (towards the bottom of the post): Testing adding of a searchbar in Blogger Beta, and it used to produce a working searchbar, as you can see in this beta blog Guide to Malaysia at the bottom of the post. However, recently I have tried using the exact same method, but failed. AdSense and Blogger beta has been notified, and I have got a response that a specialist is working on the problem, and I will get an email from him/her, but to date, have not received any.

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  34. Anonymous3:58 PM

    Hi,

    I got this when I tried to copy and paste my code for the counter:

    Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure that all XML elements are closed properly.
    XML error message: The element type "img" must be terminated by the matching end-tag ".

    I don't understand the jargon, can you help?! Thanks!

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  35. A couple of question:

    1. Are you using an old Blogger (classic) account or a new (formerly beta) account?

    2. Are you using a old (classic) template or a new (formerly beta) template?

    3. Are you pasting your hit counter script via a "Add a Page Element" in the new Blogger Layout, or are you pasting the script directly into the template?

    Peter a.k.a. Enviroman
    Enviroman Says

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  36. Anonymous7:55 PM

    I had the same problem as Hev did and Peter suggested to add new page content and that worked a treat.....if only i'd checked here before trying to do it myself I would have saved a lot of hair tearing out and computer punching !! Thank you peter you are great !!

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  37. Thanks for taking the trouble to acknowledge.

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  38. Hi Peter, I was reading through this post and wanted to know iof this information is still OK for the new blogger? It's just I seem to be having problems locting the piece of code you mention . . . perhaps just going crossed eyed but thought I'd check in with you anyway just in case :o)

    Cheers and thanks again for this blog

    §j

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  39. You can still use statcounter for the New Blogger, but the script is added via "Add a Page Element" via the Layout. I have tried not ticking the XHTML compatible, and found it still work, but if you want to be safe, I think if is better to tick this option when you generate your statcounter script. Also, tick "my website do not use iFrame". See post New Blogger (formerly Blogger Beta): Adding advertisement, hit counter, etc. to your blog for more details.

    Peter
    Dummies Guide to Google Blogger
    "online book" in progress

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  40. Thanks bunches Peter :o) I really, REALLY appreciate all your knowledge and your generosity in sharing it to help others.

    Cheers
    §j

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  41. it seems so ccompoliceated. i tried it a few times already and it didn't work. it showed "We were unable to save your template"...

    so unser unfriendly.

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  42. Hi ead.nomad,

    Are you trying to paste the statcounter script direct into a New Blogger template? With New Blogger, you have to add it by clicking "Add a Page Element" in the Layout, then choosing HTML/Javascript, and pasting the script into the resulting window. It is very easy.

    The post was originally written for the old classic Blogger template before New Blogger was introduced. I have put an update at the bottom of the post. Did you read that and did you follow the link in that update?

    Peter
    Dummies Guide to Google Blogger
    "online book" in progress

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  43. Dear Peter,

    While I greatly appreciate your tips and have learned a many new things, I really wish that you and other blog experts would remember that a lot of us are very new to computing. When you refer to "copy this", or "paste into template", I was writing these codes down by hand and typing them in. I had now idea how "cut and paste" worked, otherwise known as "cut and then copy". If I, or Catherine..and many, many others knew this much earlier, there would be fewer broken computer screens!!!

    Please explain this as easily as Statcounter does in your guides.

    Thanks

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  44. Hi Nycnontheist,

    Your comments noted. I have been meaning to update (probably write a new post) to take into account New Blogger for some time now, but there are always other things to do. Your comments will help speed things up. Hope to do it withing these few days, today if possible. When I have done it, I will put a link to the new post in this one.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger Tips and Tricks

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  45. I have installed the counter and have added my IP address so I do not inflate my own figures. But are there security issues with this, giving a third party my IP address? I am very new to all of this so do not really know the issues.

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  46. Hi Louise,

    IP addresses are not such a difficult thing to obtain. If you send an email to me, I will have your IP address by displaying the mail header. If you visit my site, from my statistics, I will also have your IP address. To the very best of my knowledge, there are no security issue involved as I don't see what other people can do with your IP address other than perhaps banning you from visiting their site if they don't like you. Even then, that can be overcomed by using a proxy server or by accessing the site from elsewhere such as an Internet cafe, etc. However, I am not an IT expert, and if you want to make sure, ask your question at the Google Blogger Help group or other groups related to the Internet. There should be someone who is an authority on such issue to address your concerns.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger Tips and Tricks

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  47. Thank you, Peter. You've been very helpful. Regards, Louise

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  48. i had my counter on my sidebar but what i want was to have it in each post i mean i want to see how many visitors read each post (just like in WordPress), and that will also help me identify topics which visitors are looking for.. do you know any blogger tag or tricks for this? ..

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  49. Hi Zephyr,

    There is a "most popular page" (or something like that in statcounter stastistics. It can give you an idea of which is the most visited post. But don't know if that is enough for you. For me, I don't have the time to check the individual statistics for each post even if that is possible.

    I don't know of a hack and doubt there is one. I will copy-paste this message into Notepad together with the URL of your profile (hope you have made that public) and may check for the possibility if I have the spare time. I will save it in the "to do" folder, but there are lots of "to do's" there.

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Blogger Tips and Tricks

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  50. Thank you for the great post!!!

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  51. Hi Adam,

    Thanks for the compliment. I hope you are aware that this post is for old classic template. For New Blogger templates, you will have to refer to Adding hit counters, advertisements, search box, etc, in New Blogger.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger Tips and Tricks

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  52. Thanks, Peter! I had been trying to add a visible counter for a couple of hours, wading my way through Google Analytics' heavy-duty jargon and when I was about to give up, I found this guide. Done in 4 minutes flat!! Thanks a ton!
    Priyanka

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  53. Hi Priyanka,

    Thanks for the kind words. I hope for a favor from you. I no longer have the luxury of time checking my visitor counter statistics because website owners normally like to know how visitors found their site. If you can, tell me how you found this post.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Dummies Guide to Google Blogger
    "online book" in progress. Use the CONTENT at the top of the main column

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  54. Hi Peter.
    That IS a favor as I was going through any and every link I could find to help me :)
    Well, here goes- I can't trace the way I ended up on Blogger Tips and Tricks. I think it was through a series of posts on Blogger Help. Anyway, found you listed under the 'Blogger Resources' and by then I thought I needed the 'For Dummies' tutorial so I just searched the site and voila!! :)
    Am not sure the above info will help you any.
    Thanks again,
    Priyanka

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  55. Hi Priyanka,

    Thanks for the favor. Greatly appreciated.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Dummies Guide to Google Blogger
    "online book" in progress. Use the CONTENT at the top of the main column

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  56. Have trouble seeing my counter on my blog. I inserted my counter code between the body.../body, but still sees nothing, pls help.

    Where exerctly should i place the codes? i would like it to appear on the side margin.
    Thank you.

    I'm using easyhitcounters.

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  57. Hi Beary,

    Sorry for responding late, but got many things to do. I need to know what template you are using, classic or New Blogger. Refer to old classic Blogger or New Blogger template?. Will answer after I got a response from you.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Tips and Tricks for Blogger or "Son of Blogger Tips and Tricks"
    slotted for conversion to custom domain

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  58. As always, thank you for your advise. I'm finally getting the hang of this! :)

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  59. Peter, thanks for the tip! I just installed Statcounter to my blog and it was quick and easy. Keep up the good blogging >:) -almgreen.blogspot.com

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  60. Peter,

    Thank you for the valuable guidance.

    Jersey Lou

    http://www.humanityovercomes.blogspot.com

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  61. I thought this was going to be easier, but I am having trouble. I am a new blog owner and I don't understand the vocabulary yet. I want to add a Trace My IP counter to my account, and I placed the code at the bottom of the original template, but then it told me widgets would be deleted and I don't know what that means. Can anyone help me? Also, will there be an icon of some kind on the first page of my blog? Thanks!

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  62. Hi Peter,

    I am new to blog scene, and totally clueless! lol

    I wanna put a stat counter on my blog, but after reading half of the posts of your blog, I only got more confused!

    Dunno if it is of help, but I use 2 computers, different OS on each. One is a Mac w/Leopard, the other runs on Ubuntu.

    Can you help me? just imagine I am the dumbest of your dummies!

    Thx,

    Silvia

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  63. Hi Silvia,

    Please refer to Install visitor counter to blog

    Peter Chen @ Enviroman Blog*Star
    How you can help Blogger Tips and Tricks
    (no one should feel obligated. Everthing completely voluntary. However, by doing so, you may also help your visitors find helpful information and help. You may even pick up various ways of linking sites there too)

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  64. Hi Libra Blue,

    This post is an old post and is meant for those still using the old classic template. For New Blogger xml template, refer to install visitor counter for New Blogger template.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Testing Blogger Beta (now New Blogger)

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  65. I am using the new beta layout, but nowhere does it say "add a new element". I have attempted several times to insert the code. help.

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  66. Hi Greg,

    There is no such thing as an "add a new element", only "add a page element"

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  67. Hello! I started to read the comments from everyone else, but they are too numerous.

    I NEED HELP!!!!!!!!
    I've been trying and trying and trying to get the counter to work! I place it before the body and everything but it keeps saying this in red letters: We were unable to save your template
    Please correct the error below, and submit your template again.
    Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
    XML error message: The reference to entity "type" must end with the ';' delimiter.



    HELP!! Thanks Mr. Chan--- I will check back to see if you have replied to this.

    Hannah

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  68. Hi Hannah,

    I am sorry I have not updated this post. It is for the old classic template. Please refer to adding hit counter to blog

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  69. I had previously added a statcounter but had some trouble getting it to display properly, but thanks for your blog I will have another try.

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  70. Hello! I have the stat counter, but I was curious if there was a way I could actually see who it is that is visiting... like my ex or his crazy new girlfriend perhaps? :) Just curious! Thanks!!

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  71. It is possible to guess the IP address of commentator but unless you know the IP address of the person you want to track, you cannot tell the identity.

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  72. LOOK HERE FOR HELP!!!!!!!!!!
    Hello,
    I was having real trouble putting a counter on my post but I read a comment that someone left that gave a real simple solution to it.Here it goes:

    step 1) Go to 'page elements' under the layout tab
    step 2) press 'add a new gadget' where you want your counter to be
    step 3)press the 'HTML/JavaScript' gadget button under basics
    step 4)Put a tittle in (like view counter,hits counter,etc ) then paste the code that you got for the counter underneath content
    step 5)Press save and enjoy
    Tell me if this helps,
    Muslimah

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  73. Nice post. Here is another cool way to add Post hit counter which show a visible counter that displays the number of page views of each individual post. You can find such counter Below the post title of post. Unlike the website counter which shows the visits of complete website, here is the Post hit counter which shows you page views of your blog’s each post. Here is how to display Post Views Hit Counter

    http://www.ialwayscapital.com/2009/07/bloggerblogspot-post-views-hit-counter.html

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  74. Sir,

    Thank you. I was able to add the counter to my site quanutrition.blogspot.com

    Can you recommend any other tips to improve traffic to my effort on this blog.

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  75. I tried using Google Analytics but faced some problems. StatCounter works just fine. :)

    http://candidtinman.blogspot.com

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  76. Thanks Peter for the tips.
    I was searching through Google when I came across your post on this. It really works.

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  77. i have gone through this blog. nowadays im working from my home as a online businessman. and the above blog is really helpful.

    online business

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  78. i saw in some blog sites they have there own visitor counter. blogger doesn't have there own!!!

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  79. Aritra,

    Try log in at draft.blogger.com (Blogger in Draft). I suspect you will see an additional Statistics tabs there.

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  80. I am using the counter and map from the following websites.

    We can have random counter everytime and beautiful maps. I really like it.

    Free Visitor Counter

    Free Visitor Map

    Really nice widgets

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  81. office 2007 enterprise key It is wonderful right here. good research. I've been searched this kind of information for quite a while. thanks

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  82. These are so easy to use all you have to do is place a simple line of code on you webpage and you get informatiion about your hits, unique hits, predictions and even more.

    I use absalon webadmin
    http://absalon.free-online.co.uk/webadmin/

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  83. No matter if the blog is for business or pleasure, adding a counter to the site is a good idea.I have used Gostats.com Hit counters on many of my sites and blogs and it offers comprehensive and real time tracking.GoStats is fully customizable and can give you the statistics information that is most important to your web site. You can have a visible or invisible counter. Setup is fast and easy, in no time you can a wealth of data about your web site traffic and how visitors use your site.

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  84. Hey love your blog by the way, it's very helpful. But I have one question. Is there any way to get a counter for each separate article I write? I write pretty long pieces and would rather have some information on each separate page to see how popular each piece is. I know you can see this by logging, but I'd rather also make the information public. So my question is, is there any way to make it so that it says like Welcome, you are the xxth person to read this article?

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  85. You can choose a visible counter instead of an invisible counter, but that would be for the blog as a whole, not for individual posts.

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  86. My problem is when I stop working on my blog I got no visitors at all but when I work it all day long, I go many visitors, so it's very time consuming for me.. Is this normal?

    Here is my blog
    Organic Pest Control

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  87. That is expected. Search engines like frequently updated websites

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