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Hi,  
I would like to start tracking my website visitors with Leady software. Searched the forum for similar discussion yet did not find the right answer. Could you please tell me how can I add their javascript to my website? Is there any step by step guide available?

Any help appreciated. 

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removed link; first post, could be spam

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Hi @Sabrina,

I've removed the link in your post. Given that you are a first time poster and there is no indication that you are using ProcessWire, your link could have been subtle advertising. This is not allowed.

If I am wrong, please clarify. We'll be happy to help if your site is made using ProcessWire.

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