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I shared a link to a question with a couple of co-workers. A while later I got a badge for being an "announcer". This caused me to look up the badge and I found there is also a badge for being a "booster" if it gets to 300 unique IP address views in 4 days.

Is there a quick way to see how many visits one of my links generate anytime I pass it around?

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Not yet: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/94212/… – Jon Seigel Jun 10 '11 at 3:51

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