Is There A Way To Show Search Engine Hits On-Page Through RSS Or Any Other Way?

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Hi guys,

I was just thinking and I'm
not sure if there a way...

I get many hits through SE's and am wondering...

Is there a way I can display hits from search
engines on my webpage through RSS or other?

I use statcounter to track hits, but
I don't think they have a way...

I also think I saw something like this before, but
not sure where and what exactly it displayed...

Any help is appreciated!

Jamie
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamie Iaconis
    So I gather nobody has input or ideas on this???
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    • Profile picture of the author POWERCENTER
      I could make that for you. Yes there is a way. I don't know if anyone else offers it, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author ttippmann
    Originally Posted by Jamie Iaconis View Post

    Hi guys,

    I was just thinking and I'm
    not sure if there a way...

    I get many hits through SE's and am wondering...

    Is there a way I can display hits from search
    engines on my webpage through RSS or other?

    I use statcounter to track hits, but
    I don't think they have a way...

    I also think I saw something like this before, but
    not sure where and what exactly it displayed...

    Any help is appreciated!

    Jamie
    Well Jamie,
    I hired you to do some of my SEO and got zero results. Why do you think that I should help you with your questions after getting ripped off?
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    • Profile picture of the author Eric Lorence
      Most counters show "raw" page loads, so the SE's page views would also be part of the stat count.

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