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I run my site on Subtext which has been around for 6+ years in some form (Subtext is a fork of .Text from way back).  As a part of the framework, there was initially built-in capabilities for tracking referral traffic.  On each view of the application, it would tick a referral note and you could see this in the statistics view of the admin pages. As the standards (for lack of a better term) of tracking Page Views, Referrals, etc. moved to more proven/consistent reporting like Google Analytics (or other platforms) these type of platform tracking became worthless
to me.  I never checked them because, frankly, I didn’t believe them anyway.  The problem is that Subtext is still tracking this information for me and taking up valuable little bytes in my database. For Subtext, specifically, contributors have created scripts and maintenance pages to help manage some of these referrals that may not matter to folks and are just taking up space.  I am one of those people.  In my recent migration to SQL Azure I wanted to take advantage of 100MB pricing.  Surely my blog was not bigger than that.  To my surprise my...(Read whole news on source site)

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