How can I protect my interest while selling my website? [more inside]
Quick web question: Does splitting image heavy content into pages increase or decrease server load? [more inside]
We're sending out about 55,000 postcards to members of our organization. Those postcards direct them to visit a brand-new website for information on a new program. Assuming that all 55,000 members have at least some interest in the new program (which they likely do, or they wouldn't pay for the membership in the first place) what kind of website traffic should we be prepared to handle during that first week? What specific hosting package (vendor and package name) would you suggest we buy to best absorb the traffic for this project.
Where can I find historical data of which were the most popular or most visited web sites around a particular time?
Where can I find historical data of which were the most popular or most visited web sites around a particular time in the past? Looking specifically for April, 2007. [more inside]
How can I get Google Analytics to act like Sitemeter? [more inside]
A good, modern, local website traffic stats solution? [more inside]
What would cause web site traffic to rise and then hit a plateau for the middle of each day before falling again? [more inside]
Web-hosting quandary: how to best prepare for the potential of a surge in high-bandwidth traffic? [more inside]
How would one economically drive up traffic for a new web site? [more inside]
What free hit counter do you guys recommend for a blog?
I'm not in the technology business, so this may seem like a fairly simple-minded question. I've a client who claims their website receives a certain number of visitors (not hits, unique visitors) a month. Is there a way to validate this - a non-illegal/non-hacking way of counting what interest one website may generate without them knowing it? Perhaps a website like google or the like that provides this service?