A place full of news and information for people who love the idea of becoming a living doll. Wether its latex or plastic or even plushie.
In answer to the first question, no idea, and to the latter, yes I do:) It's just a superb blog,thankYOU!
I read every post. When you take time off I wish you well and always hope you will return soon..Since I'm one of those RSS subscribers, I wish I had the answer for you. Instead, I've started clicking through every post.Bless Asudem.
Yes, it does as its a client visiting a file on the web server as does a searc engine spider visit.Just to clarify things a bit, a hit is a visit to any file on a web server (a page can generate several hits for example), a page impression is someone visiting a page and a unique user is a new user visiting the site.Its unique users and returning uses which are the most useful information regarding how popular a site is.
I'm not so sure if that's the case. Cause as far as I'm aware. A counter is put on a certain HTML page (mostly the index page) and RSS doesn't always use the index. html or index.php page, but RSS mostly uses index.xml or rss.xml. so it doesn't even see a counter thus doesn't +1 the counter.But I'm still just a n00b it-guy, so I might not be correct here.
Post a Comment