Mistakes to avoid
Send a URL
Web Page Design
Web page counters let you add an image which tells you the number of visitors a site/page has had. There is an example of one here:
This particular counter was provided by AmazingCounters.com - there are lots of others available - Try looking for a counter on the Web.
Some counters require CGI access (If you don't know what this is then you probably don't have it), some depend on a link to a different web site and therefore slow the page or can produce an error message if the link cannot be made. Others display a large and ugly advertisement.
Sitemeter isn't the only firm offering this sort of counter - try http://www.shinystat.com/ for an alternative
http://www.linkmarket.net/ Have a service where a visitor to your web site can add a link to their own page - great! All the work is done for you. Having said that, we aren't using this service on our own web site. 'Why not?', you ask. Well, this site is rated by RSACi and we can't put any links on our site, which are not under our control. Even though we could delete an undesirable link, it would still be there until we discovered it. That could take several days.
There are other sites offering this service - find them by doing a search for 'free links services' however linkmarket.net is rated as an 'OK' site by SiteAdvisor. Lots of others are not.