Or you can predict it by the number of comments using the data obtained before statiscs function was cancled.
The standard error of such a prediction should be pretty large since most people just read articles without giving a comment. That’s actually the reason that I want to have a counter on my space. I want to know how many people read my articles, which gives me some incentiven to continue. I don’t want to write something that nobody reads it. Maybe another way to solve this issue is to encourage everyone to give some comments after reading a post no matter if you like what I say or not.
http://www.statcounter.com/maybe you can try this one. it is free.
To X.F., It seems that I have to insert the codes provided by statcounter to the source document of MSN space then upload it. I cannot do it, can I?
http://www.business-opportunities.biz/projects/how-much-is-your-blog-worth/ it is an indirect way,hehe
Behind 5 comments, there might be 100 readers, so all you need to know is the coefficients and the time trend. If you have a long histroy records, means, statistics for 100days, it’s a pretty good time series.For me, I read your articles almost everyday.
You can do it. please see the following instructions, and remember to check the "html only" in your statcounter configuration.http://kangye.org/live-space-add-html-model
X.F.: Thanks a lot!!! Just added one to my space, though it looks a little ugly. It works anyway.
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