What do you use to find out how many people are reading your blog (other than comments)? Where they came, from etc?

Mahalo!
Sarah

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okay, I'm going to sound OCD a bit, but I have 3 counters on my blog.

Sitemeter, statcounter and google analytics. I like sitemeter, because it's simple and I can see more in real time who visited when. Statcounter shows me more details about exactly what posts a visitor looked at-something I can't see with sitemeter, but I find the tracking order confusing-the days are mixed together somehow. I only recently added google analytics so I could see unique visitors/trending/bounce rate.

obsessive some? yes? :)

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