can "www.somedomainname.com" show up through ad rotators?

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    muddyfeat

    Also, is there a way to sort the domain information by date/time stamp instead of by ranking?

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    mattwilson9090

    It could have been an ad, a script, or perhaps something even displayed by a search page (depending on how exactly a specific search engine works and displays results). It could have even been web content or links in html formatted email. Basically anything that causes DNS to be looked up for a domain will create a log entry. It doesn't necessarily mean that anyone decided to visit a particular website.

    Or it could also be a misplaced click on a link, or clicking on one thing and thinking it's another. For instance the name of the city I live in is the same as another city in a different state. Every now and then I'm not paying full attention after searching for something and click on a business or something else that's in that other city.

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    rotblitz

    "Also, is there a way to sort the domain information by date/time stamp instead of by ranking?"

    No.

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