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Free link tracking service

Click meter is a free service for monitoring clicks on your links. It allows you to check how many users are clicking on a particular link, how many times they click, where those user are coming from, etc. Implementation of this online tool is also simple. Just give a link you want to monitor and your email address, in a few seconds you will receive an email with another link for tracking.

Publish this new link on your website (email, forum, blog, etc.) instead of publishing your original link. When a user clicks this link, he / she will be redirected to your destination link, the redirection is immediate and during this action ClickMeter will collect the data necessary for its analysis.

There is also a paid version of ClickMeter that adds many important features to the free service and does not contain ads. [via]


  1. That's a nice tool. It's working great for my blog promotion.


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