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Resulting from an interesting Twitter conversation I was following last week, we got talking in the office about sending traffic to a website and not sending across any record of what site it came from.
When you follow a link from one website to another, the second website can ‘see’ who sent the traffic to it. This is used in packages like Google Analytics to show you your traffic sources and, this is obviously very useful information. If you’re promoting products on your site and have many links through various mediums (Google Adsense, Facebook etc), you can see which sources are leading to traffic, and even through to conversions.
Marty McFly once said: “Yeah, well, history is gonna change”, and if you’re using one of the latest Gecko 2 based web browsers, such as Firefox 4, Thunderbird 3.3 or SeaMonkey 2.1, then this just might be the case for you.
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