Recently a question of mine got an unusual surge in upvotes, I guess I may have been linked from some high visibility blog or something like that. Is there any way to know the traffic sources for a ...
Many Meta users have asked for statistics that involve data that isn't available through the public data dumps (especially voting-related stats). In conjunction with the SE team, I will be bringing ...
It seems to me there is something of a privacy leak when permalinking to a question. For what I would assume is the purposes of tracking which user is responsible for bringing traffic back to an SE ...
I shared a link to a question and now I am wondering whether I am almost going to get an announcer badge. Can I somehow see which links I shared and how many clicks were on it for the last days? ...
I sometimes find a question has like 50000 views and later I find most of those were reddit users that got in rage or glee about something of it. Yesterday there was an answer of a page-one user ...
Search engines are the most important source of traffic for most SE sites. Understanding how users find the site and which questions they land on can be very useful in order to promote the site or ...
I have shared a link to a question on SO/SE to Facebook. How do I verify that this has generated traffic to the question? Is there any way to verify or track the link to see if any one has visited ...
Can we add moderator features to see keyword analytics and annotated traffic graphs for specific questions?
Editing is part of Stack Exchange culture. We see a question with a typo – we fix it. Some go further and clarify a question, or add metadata (tags) to a question, or caption an image where ...
Possible Duplicate: How does accept rate work? I noticed that there is no accept rate for all users in Meta Stack Overflow why? But I can accept answers for my questions.
When I share a question, say to my facebook or twitter, it gets tracked by the site. (I know it must, otherwise you wouldn't be able to provide badges for successful shares!) Would it be possible to ...
When a question does not have any answers, we see this below the question: Are there any statistics about who shared and what questions have been shared?
I think it would be useful to expose some data on either: View Rates (views/day, confined to say the last 3 months) Redirects from google ...for individual questions. These are sort of "hidden" ...