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WEBSTATS query

I have shown someone else my webstats - the vast majority of my hits come from 'US Commercial'.

The question they have asked is does this cover all dotcoms (such as NTL for example) , as they may be UK based people attached to a dotcom provider in the UK?

In other words is the 'US Commercial' category geographic or referring to all dot com users?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts. Cheesy
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Registered: 30-07-2007

WEBSTATS query

US Commercial (which is the original name for .com) includes all global .com sites which could be hosted anywhere in the world. It does not, as it may appear, only include US commercial websites. There is no way to distinguish where the .com is located and separate them out into geographical location.

The same applies to other non-geographic TLD like .net. .org etc.

See Webalizer Quick Help.
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WEBSTATS query

Peter.
Thanks very much indeed for your reply. Cheesy