Google requires the tracking code to be in the HEAD tag to be able to use it to verify your website ownership via the Google Webmaster Tools: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/185871?hl=en
Google Webmaster Tools is a set of tools for SEO and site analysis, especially useful when you wish to find the search keywords, etc
Otherwise, if you don’t use the Google Webmaster Tools, then you can place the code before the ending BODY tag.
I noticed that these closed week-ends are in general at the authors who work as a team (in teams) or when behind that username is in fact a whole small company, while authors who work alone, work&support non-stop, including the week-ends.
If you really wanna do this, you have the option to use on your demo website a country blocking script: http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=block+country or a WordPress plugin (there is one for free on the WordPress repository). Then, people will not be able to see your demo website and in general, when you can’t see the demo, you don’t buy it.
By the way about stats: I’ve always been curious about the number of active live users on the marketplace; small, somewhere in some corner of the page . Could be fun and interesting if shown.
This is my sales graph (without the numbers). Maybe it answers your question. But honestly I think it depends a lot on the item. There are items with constant sales.
Hi, just google this:
What you mean? page2images generates images, not code.