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Statbrain.com : traffic estimates for those with no brain

During my morning browsing today I came across Statbrain - a web service that "uses different resources on the web combined with mathematical and statistical methods to estimate how many visits a website has." I hate to break it to you, fellas, but you need to re-work your math ever-so-slightly. According to Statbrain, things don't look good for us: Download Squad's estimation was less than ten...

SiteMeter gets a facelift - and a few other nips and tucks too

Web analytics company SiteMeter has rolled out a major update to its free and premium web stats tracking service. The new version of SiteMeter is full of new charts and graphs that let you see how a web site is performing at a glance. The update is also supposed to do a better job of accurately tracking unique visits and page views. One of the biggest changes for web publishers is that you no...

Sitemeter bug takes down thousands of web sites (for Internet Explorer users)

Thousands of web sites are currently inaccessible to Internet Explorer 5.5, 6, and 7 users thanks to a new Sitemeter bug. Sitemeter is a free web analytics service used by many popular blogs and web sites including Lifehacker, Gizmodo, and Consumerist. They all appear to be affected as of this morning. It's worth noting that the bug only affects Internet Explorer users. The web sites load just...

Woopra: Real time stats and chat for your web page coming soon

GBTV #337 | Introducing Woopra from Neal Campbell on Vimeo. There's no shortage of packages for tracking statistics on visitors to your blog or web site. But we have to say, Woopra looks like it could blow the competition out of the water. That's because it offers real-time stats tracking, showing you a list of who's on your site right now, where they came from, and what they're looking at....

Microsoft launches Project Gatineau web analytics private beta

Microsoft has opened the doors (well, cracked the window really) for its new Google Analytics competitor. Codenamed, Project Gatineau, the new web analytics tool will offer web publishers and advertisers advanced tools for measuring how people are interacting with web sites. The private beta which launches today is only available to US-based advertisers at the moment. Advertisers can sign up via...

Microsoft to launch web analytics tool

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...