This is primarily for the stats nerds using WordPress, though the general principles can be applied all over the internet, wherever query strings are used. The issue in this case is the default display of only the top 10 referrers from any webserver. I was shown, by a helpful WordPress developer, a trick to see all of the referrers under an aggregation rather than just the top ten, by adding a parameter to the query string on your stats page.
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My articles, “Publish an InfoPath Form to Multiple SharePoint Sites” and its no-code companion, “A No-Code Solution to Host an InfoPath Form in Multiple SharePoint Sites”, have generated a lot more traffic than just about any other post I’ve made (excepting my post about a minor tweak for IE8).
Looking at the search traffic on my WordPress dashboard, I can get a picture of the kinds of things people are searching for and the information they are lacking when they click to my articles. This post is a response to your queries, and hopefully will answer some of your questions.
I’m going to start with some really basic information, and we’ll move quickly up to more complicated ideas. If you have some idea about InfoPath already, stick with me, because I think you will get some meaty info pretty quickly.