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Re: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180699] Tue, 12 March 2013 06:20 Go to next message
fahadrafiqgt is currently offline  fahadrafiqgt
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I found the solution http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
Re: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180700 is a reply to message #180699] Tue, 12 March 2013 07:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
> I found the solution http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>

7 trackers on the page

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Re: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180701 is a reply to message #180700] Tue, 12 March 2013 08:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>> I found the solution http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>
>
> 7 trackers on the page
>
> /Str.
>
Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?

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Web bugs Was: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180702 is a reply to message #180701] Tue, 12 March 2013 09:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>> I found the solution http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>
>>
>> 7 trackers on the page
>>
>> /Str.
>>
> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?

Search for web bug, or user trackers - a technique a web programmer should know.

It is normally coupled with ads, in this case it is aggressive advertising.

Just imagine you are going into town, walk through some shops. Somebody is following
you, taking notes where you are stopping, and what you are looking at. Then this
somebody is trying to sell you something you "certainly" want.

/Str.
Re: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180704 is a reply to message #180701] Tue, 12 March 2013 12:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Arno Welzel is currently offline  Arno Welzel
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Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:

> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>> I found the solution
>>> http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>
>>
>> 7 trackers on the page
>>
>> /Str.
>>
> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?

I assume, M. Strobel uses "Ghostery" or something similar and found out,
that the document at the URL above embeds elements from ad-servers or
social network services:

- Disqus
- Facebook
- Google+
- Google Analytics
- LinkedIn
- nRelate
- StumpledUpon
- Twitter

The problem with these "trackers": If you allow cookies to be set by
these services, the services will log that you visitied this particular
web site and recognize you again when you visit another site using the
same trackers (e.g. Facebook).


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Re: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180705 is a reply to message #180704] Tue, 12 March 2013 12:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Am 12.03.2013 17:27, schrieb Arno Welzel:
> Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
>
>> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>>> I found the solution
>>>> http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>>
>>>
>>> 7 trackers on the page
>>>
>>> /Str.
>>>
>> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?
>
> I assume, M. Strobel uses "Ghostery" or something similar and found out, that the
> document at the URL above embeds elements from ad-servers or social network services:
>
> - Disqus
> - Facebook
> - Google+
> - Google Analytics
> - LinkedIn
> - nRelate
> - StumpledUpon
> - Twitter
>
> The problem with these "trackers": If you allow cookies to be set by these services,
> the services will log that you visitied this particular web site and recognize you
> again when you visit another site using the same trackers (e.g. Facebook).
>
>
Assuming right.

I wonder how much visits to your web site - and how much ad revenue - you get with a
promotional post like this. But I guess visitors will not come back, the content
density is near to warm air.

/Str.
Re: Web bugs Was: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180706 is a reply to message #180702] Wed, 13 March 2013 09:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 3/12/2013 6:08 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
> Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
>> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>>> I found the solution http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>>
>>>
>>> 7 trackers on the page
>>>
>>> /Str.
>>>
>> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?
>
> Search for web bug, or user trackers - a technique a web programmer should know.
>
> It is normally coupled with ads, in this case it is aggressive advertising.
>
> Just imagine you are going into town, walk through some shops. Somebody is following
> you, taking notes where you are stopping, and what you are looking at. Then this
> somebody is trying to sell you something you "certainly" want.
>
> /Str.
>
Thanks for elaborating on what 'you' meant by tracker. My knee-jerk
reaction was thinking of torrents or Mad Jack and #7.
Re: Web bugs Was: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180707 is a reply to message #180706] Wed, 13 March 2013 09:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jerry Stuckle is currently offline  Jerry Stuckle
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On 3/13/2013 9:24 AM, Scott Johnson wrote:
> On 3/12/2013 6:08 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>> Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
>>> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>>> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>>> > I found the solution
>>>> > http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>> >
>>>>
>>>> 7 trackers on the page
>>>>
>>>> /Str.
>>>>
>>> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?
>>
>> Search for web bug, or user trackers - a technique a web programmer
>> should know.
>>
>> It is normally coupled with ads, in this case it is aggressive
>> advertising.
>>
>> Just imagine you are going into town, walk through some shops.
>> Somebody is following
>> you, taking notes where you are stopping, and what you are looking at.
>> Then this
>> somebody is trying to sell you something you "certainly" want.
>>
>> /Str.
>>
> Thanks for elaborating on what 'you' meant by tracker. My knee-jerk
> reaction was thinking of torrents or Mad Jack and #7.

Scott,

Actually, it's not "his" definition. It's a quite common meaning,
especially in the marketing world. I'm surprised you haven't run into it.

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Re: Web bugs Was: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180709 is a reply to message #180707] Wed, 13 March 2013 14:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Scott Johnson is currently offline  Scott Johnson
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On 3/13/2013 6:57 AM, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
> On 3/13/2013 9:24 AM, Scott Johnson wrote:
>> On 3/12/2013 6:08 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>> Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
>>>> On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>>> > Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>>> >> I found the solution
>>>> >> http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>> >>
>>>> >
>>>> > 7 trackers on the page
>>>> >
>>>> > /Str.
>>>> >
>>>> Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?
>>>
>>> Search for web bug, or user trackers - a technique a web programmer
>>> should know.
>>>
>>> It is normally coupled with ads, in this case it is aggressive
>>> advertising.
>>>
>>> Just imagine you are going into town, walk through some shops.
>>> Somebody is following
>>> you, taking notes where you are stopping, and what you are looking at.
>>> Then this
>>> somebody is trying to sell you something you "certainly" want.
>>>
>>> /Str.
>>>
>> Thanks for elaborating on what 'you' meant by tracker. My knee-jerk
>> reaction was thinking of torrents or Mad Jack and #7.
>
> Scott,
>
> Actually, it's not "his" definition. It's a quite common meaning,
> especially in the marketing world. I'm surprised you haven't run into it.
>

Well I was hoping my comment about Mad Jack would of been a clue I was
joking around.
Re: Web bugs Was: Cloud Computing with PHP [message #180711 is a reply to message #180709] Wed, 13 March 2013 15:35 Go to previous message
Jerry Stuckle is currently offline  Jerry Stuckle
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On 3/13/2013 2:48 PM, Scott Johnson wrote:
> On 3/13/2013 6:57 AM, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
>> On 3/13/2013 9:24 AM, Scott Johnson wrote:
>>> On 3/12/2013 6:08 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>>> Am 12.03.2013 13:17, schrieb Scott Johnson:
>>>> > On 3/12/2013 4:16 AM, M. Strobel wrote:
>>>> >> Am 12.03.2013 11:20, schrieb fahadrafiqgt(at)gmail(dot)com:
>>>> >>> I found the solution
>>>> >>> http://www.cloudreviews.com/blog/best-php-cloud-hosting
>>>> >>>
>>>> >>
>>>> >> 7 trackers on the page
>>>> >>
>>>> >> /Str.
>>>> >>
>>>> > Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by 'trackers'?
>>>>
>>>> Search for web bug, or user trackers - a technique a web programmer
>>>> should know.
>>>>
>>>> It is normally coupled with ads, in this case it is aggressive
>>>> advertising.
>>>>
>>>> Just imagine you are going into town, walk through some shops.
>>>> Somebody is following
>>>> you, taking notes where you are stopping, and what you are looking at.
>>>> Then this
>>>> somebody is trying to sell you something you "certainly" want.
>>>>
>>>> /Str.
>>>>
>>> Thanks for elaborating on what 'you' meant by tracker. My knee-jerk
>>> reaction was thinking of torrents or Mad Jack and #7.
>>
>> Scott,
>>
>> Actually, it's not "his" definition. It's a quite common meaning,
>> especially in the marketing world. I'm surprised you haven't run into
>> it.
>>
>
> Well I was hoping my comment about Mad Jack would of been a clue I was
> joking around.

Ah, OK. Not being familiar with Mad Jack myself, I missed it. Must be
a young kids reference :)

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