Microsoft is ending its adCenter Analytics Beta. The company is no longer accepting new users, although existing users will be able to access the service through the end of 2009. You'll probably want to export your data by December 31st though, unless you're cool with watching it all disappear. Microsoft adCenter Analytics Beta was a bit of an answer to Google Analytics and other web analytics ...
Seriously, is there any cool Google service that Microsoft isn't trying to duplicate? There's book search, health sites, map services, and now web analytics. (Of course, we can't blame them, seeing as Google's taking on Microsoft Office with a web-based clone). Right now, Google Analytics is probably the most powerful free web-based analytic tool on the market. Sure, it has a few quirks that you ...
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