StatCounter Update!

Folks,

We’ve been working on some small-but-important improvements on StatCounter – check them out below.

Please keep all your suggestions and feature requests coming. There’s nothing we like better than hearing your ideas and then putting them into action.

So go on… let us know your ideas… and keep us on our toes!



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Note: If you have a support issue, please contact us here. We’d be more than happy to help!

76 comments on “StatCounter Update!

  1. The service that is provided by Statcounter.com for free is in my mind the best value service on the internet. If you are serious about marketing online you have to know where your traffic is coming from and what they are doing on your website.
    Statcounter.com is the easiest tracking system to integrate into any website that I have come across. Once again I thank you from the bottom of my heart for this invaluable (although free) business tool.
    Regards,
    Gary
    http://garytolhopf.com

  2. I’ve noticed that the recent visitor page does indeed load a lot faster, however the programme does seem to have trouble resolving the host details now. It sometimes takes over a minute to get this information.


    StatCounter Team Response:

    Thanks for pointing this out Alan!

    This should be loading super fast now.

  3. I’m still relatively new to blogs and stats. I have noticed though that IP addresses in the UK often report the user as coming from a completely different city – hundreds of miles away – than their true location.

    Is there any guidance on how to gauge the accuracy of the reported IP address locations?

  4. I’ve been using Statcounter service since 2003…and what can I say?
    This is a great tool without a doubt and the most important: you can really trust them.

    Keep walking…

  5. I am a very recent new member to StatsCounter and while visiting the site today happened to click on “Blog.” From the stories about Adnohn to the 3rd Party Cookies Fiasco to the Recent Update I want to say how refreshing it is to be a member of a company that is very obviously one of the few “Good Guys.”

    Very rarely does a business model include staying true to your values.

    You are proving that you really can “Do No Evil” while succeeding at the same time.

    Hats Off!

    Jon Heller
    GiveAwayForYou.com

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