It's quite simple to do, just call the
urchinTracker function (make sure that your urchin code defined before and above calling this function), and pass in a url. It will then track log the url as if it were a regular page visit. So for example lets say you wanted to log downloads of a zip file...
<a href="stuff.zip" onclick="urchinTracker('/downloads/stuff');"> download </a>
You can use the same method to log a outbound link click...
<a href="http://adobe.com/" onclick="urchinTracker('/outgoing/adobe_com');"> adobe </a>
You should see
/outgoing/adobe_com in your reports within 24-48 hours.
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