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I gave my public CV link to one person and I have 15 views, so I am a little curious to see some more detail about those views. Was it all from the same person, were some of them google?

I think it might also be useful to be able to append something to the querystring so I can give unique urls to everyone I send it to. Maybe something like

http://careers.stackoverflow.com/bob?1
http://careers.stackoverflow.com/bob?2

Is anyone else as curious as I am?

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Might as well just let us put in our google analytics ID and run google analytics on each of our pages.

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    If that could be added that would actually be pretty useful. – Bob Dec 4 '09 at 18:53
  • It's not going to happen, though. They already run Google Analytics on all their pages, and I expect you can't run it twice. Even if they could, it would a possible point of attack for hackers which would require extreme input validation since it's placed inside javascript code. – Adam Davis Dec 4 '09 at 19:00
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You can always approach it in reverse: instead of handling out your full public CV URL, use one from one of the URL-shortening sites, and then look at their statistics to see how often it was used. For example, http://3.ly/ makes that pretty easy.

  • this is a good idea. We do now provide "disposable" URLs on your publish tab, but we don't track stats. an URL shortening site that tracks stats would be the easiest way – Jeff Atwood Dec 17 '09 at 8:49
  • +1, this idea is indeed slick and straight forward !! – Samyak Bhuta Oct 24 '11 at 13:44
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I'd be curious... but, I know the 1 public view I have is by Joel... And I don't think he will hire me.

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I know Jeff was talking on a podcast last month or so about really giving us a lot of stats but I still don't see any on my filed cv. am I missing it somewhere?

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