- We send out emails to our cusomter base and the link provided has a tracking
string, such as id=mailing1. Is there anyway to see how many pages were
viewed by this link, i.e., how successful the mailing was? At present I am
using comples greps to get a feel for the response but it's messy.
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- This might sound like a duplicate of my previous response.
I suspect you'll have troubles finding a tool that does exactly what
you want. However, Perl will give you MUCH better control over
counting the hits over grep. Many times I've started using grep to do
a simple report on log files and find myself eventually piping the
results of my greps into Perl. When that happens, I simply write a
proper Perl script and quit mucking about.
Is a count of the URLs all you are looking for? I suspect you'll also
want to denote how many unique IP addresses hit the URLs as well
(though you don't want to eliminate dup'ed IP addresses as a single IP
might represent thousands of customers from one corporation coming
through their corporate firewall).
Hope this helps,
--- Chris Mason <lists@...> wrote:
> We send out emails to our cusomter base and the link provided has a=====
> string, such as id=mailing1. Is there anyway to see how many pages
> viewed by this link, i.e., how successful the mailing was? At present
> I am
> using comples greps to get a feel for the response but it's messy.
> Chris Mason
> Box 340, The Valley, Anguilla, British West Indies
> Tel: 264 497 5670 Fax: 264 497 8463 Cell: 264 235 5670
> http://www.anguillaguide.com/ The Anguilla Guide
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