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    • CommentAuthorpapek
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2009 edited
     

    Hi Simon,
    someone has mentioned the question about editing OIO link from the purchase pages. So I added in there my affiliate code, it appears working correctly however (would you be able to please have a look at the links), every other click or lately it's even more common in my affiliate clicks' stats, I see the "None Given" as per the page link that's sending a visitor to OIO.

    Below are some of the current stats from my account:

    Affiliate Stats: clicks
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    This Month | Last Month | All Time
    Referring Page Click Date SubID
    None Given 2009-08-24 N/A
    http://convert-to.com/volume-units.html 2009-08-24 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-24 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-23 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-23 N/A
    http://convert-to.com/pixels-px-to-em-conversion.html 2009-08-23 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-23 N/A
    http://convert-to.com/ 2009-08-23 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-23 N/A
    http://convert-to.com/flour-types-volume-weight-amounts-conversion 2009-08-23 N/A
    None Given 2009-08-23 N/A

    Thanks again for now, one happy OIO user!

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    • CommentAuthorSimon
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2009 edited
     
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    "None given" just means that there was no "HTTP_REFERER" variable passed by the client (browser) to the server when clicking on a referral link. Some people choose to disable it in their browser (although only a minority), and of course some bots don't send it either.

    It could be that more "unknown" bots are crawling the link (major search engine bots are filtered out), but it's better to catch a few non-human clicks than potentially miss out on a human referral.

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    • CommentAuthorrsneha
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2019