index vs index-contact-request info

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What is the difference between "index" and "index-contact-request info"?  I understand that the second is the box with the link that I put onto my site for people to request info, but I am confused about the stats that come along with these 2 categories.  It seems that the "index-contact-request info" would show as a stat if someone were to fill out the info and send it in.  However, my stats for both categories is almost the same.  And I am surely not getting that level of people requesting info.  : )  Thanks! 
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Hello,

I also see this in your site stats. This is telling you that the visitor has seen the contact form. Not necessarily that they filled out the info, but the browser showed them the form. This is why it is always the same as the index.
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Ok.  thanks.  and what will show up in my stats if someone fills out and sends in the "request info" form?  how will it be different?  than you!
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I don't believe it will show if they filled out the form, as it is just tracking who visits the site and what page they are viewing.
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Ok.  Thank you!

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