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Bugged Site Count
This report counts the number of sites that have web bugs, identifies the domains doing the "bugging" (we'll call them "buggers"), and then orders the buggers in the report so that the biggest offenders show up at the top of the list.
Bugged Traffic Count
The counting of the number of sites, while useful, doesn't tell us who is bugging the majority of the traffic on the net, only who has bugged the most web sites. Some advertisers, however, will only take on clients with millions of page views per month. These types of advertisers may have relatively few sites, but because of the large amount of traffic served by these sites, may account for a large portion of internet traffic.
By weighing the bugged site by how authoritative it is (based on our Referral Report), we can make a very rough estimate of the relative amount of traffic bugged by each bugger.