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Translation of Development Readme (trunk): French (Canada)

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Yes, you can login at to your <a href="https://cointent.com/p/account?utm_source=wordpress&amp;utm_medium=plugin&amp;utm_term=readme&amp;utm_campaign=faq">publisher account dashboard</a> to see your revenue, in total, by top articles, user funnels. We are continuously adding more analytics and data visualizations. 
= Why do I have to agree to tracking? =
 Tracking is core to reporting your financial success.  Data from your individual visitors is anonymous and aggregated, yet helps you test different prices and see what content people are most willing to pay for.  CoinTent tracks views of posts, clicks on purchase buttons, and clicks on users logging in. CoinTent uses that data to compare against the number of readers that sign up for our service, and to guide our choices on the appropriate presentation of the checkout process. CoinTent also uses this data to make sure  that there are no bugs in the product; changes in the numbers help us see bugs even before they are reported so we can fix them before they affect many users. CoinTent does not sell your data to any third parties; it is used to make our product the best it can be and to help your business.

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Yes, you can login at to your <a href="https://cointent.com/p/account?utm_source=wordpress&amp;utm_medium=plugin&amp;utm_term=readme&amp;utm_campaign=faq">publisher account dashboard</a> to see your revenue, in total, by top articles, user funnels. We are continuously adding more analytics and data visualizations. 
= Why do I have to agree to tracking? =
 Tracking is core to reporting your financial success.  Data from your individual visitors is anonymous and aggregated, yet helps you test different prices and see what content people are most willing to pay for.  CoinTent tracks views of posts, clicks on purchase buttons, and clicks on users logging in. CoinTent uses that data to compare against the number of readers that sign up for our service, and to guide our choices on the appropriate presentation of the checkout process. CoinTent also uses this data to make sure  that there are no bugs in the product; changes in the numbers help us see bugs even before they are reported so we can fix them before they affect many users. CoinTent does not sell your data to any third parties; it is used to make our product the best it can be and to help your business.

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