StatCounter – Now 5 Times Better – FREE!

Hi folks,

We’ve been busy in the background optimising our systems to allow us to bring you even more for FREE.

We’re very pleased to let you know today that every StatCounter project now comes with a log size of 500 – you guessed it – FREE!

This means that you can now drill down into the detail of the last 500 pageloads on your site. And, of course, you still have LIFETIME summary stats on ALL your visitors.

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Here’s what we did:

    We took the old free log size of 100 and multiplied it by 5 to give you even more info on your visitors. Please note that this increase applies to ALL StatCounter members, and to ALL projects!


Here’s what you have to do now:

    Free Members:
    To increase your log size, log into StatCounter and click the wrench icon beside your project. Click ‘Adjust Log Size’, and enter 500 in the box. Click ‘Adjust Project Log’ and you’re done!

    Upgraded Members:
    To increase your log-size, log into StatCounter and click the wrench icon beside your project. Click ‘Adjust Log Size’, and increase your log by an extra 400 (your current log already includes the first free 100!). Click ‘Adjust Project Log’ and you’re done!

All the best,

The StatCounter Team

PS: StatCounter is the great service it is today as a result of the loyalty and support of you, our members. We couldn’t have done it without you!

With your continued support we hope to improve the service even further! Don’t forget that the more members we have, the more we’ll be able to give you FREE! So, if you like StatCounter, why not recommend us to your friends, family or anyone with a website???!!! Thanks folks!

316 comments on “StatCounter – Now 5 Times Better – FREE!

  1. Thanks to all the team for your generous extension to 500 pages of the sites’ Project Log.

    StatCounter has been infinitely useful in helping to design the optimum page flow on websites, and to redirect navigation pointers for maximum access to the less obvious sections, by polling the Statistics and chain of page browsing.

    I make a point of introducing StatCounter to all my students who are engaged in producing Final Year Website Design on the Degree Course I teach, and I know they all will also greatly appreciate this service.

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