StatCounter Goes Global…!

Hi folks,

Our Mission…globe
At StatCounter, it’s our mission to help webmasters, bloggers and other interested parties to grow and improve their websites, blogs and online businesses.

While we already have members in over 200 countries worldwide, we want to reach out to an even wider audience…

To achieve this, we have been working on translating StatCounter. This means that many current members will soon be able to access StatCounter in their native languages AND we will also be able to reach many non-English speakers for the very first time!


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Going Hungarian…
This is why we are delighted to announce that StatCounter is now available in Hungarian! The Hungarian translation of StatCounter acted as a “trial” for us and allowed us to set up all the systems required to translate the site into numerous other languages.

Going Global…
Now… we need YOUR help. We are looking for volunteers to help us translate the site into other languages. Volunteer translators must be native speakers of a non-English language but also have strong English skills.

What Languages?
This is entirely up to you, our members! Translations will be prioritized based on the demand for the different languages… so let us know your preferences!

Volunteers
If you would like to volunteer to help with this project, then please accept our sincere thanks. We are so grateful to each and every one of you for considering this request and for your support for StatCounter.
To get started, you must open a StatCounter Translator Account. You’ll find out further information by clicking the link below:

Join the StatCounter Translation Team!

For administrative reasons, the number of translators per language will be capped. This may mean that we will be unable to accept everyone who volunteers to help with this project or, in certain circumstances, it may be necessary to suspend/close some Translator Accounts. Please accept our sincere apologies if we are unable to accept your offer of assistance at this time and we thank you in advance for your understanding in this regard.

Please feel free to leave any questions, comments or feedback below. Thanks!

275 comments on “StatCounter Goes Global…!

  1. Lots of congrats for making this huge success to statcounter team. Statcounter giving us good support and getting acknoledged also. Congrats and wish you all the good fortunes ahead.

    Regards,
    Rajj

  2. I am happy that StatCounter help’s webmasters, bloggers to improve their websites, blogs. However i want they shoud add few more languages like Hindi, chinese. Mostly people create websites and do blogging from asian countires. Byee 🙂

  3. I need to get a reply about why I a’ am unable to access my stat counter account. Somebody please email me. I have tried sending messages to stat counter repeatedly. I Never get a reply.

    StatCounter Team Response:
    David – we have NO record of ANY support email from your email address. If you need assistance then you should submit a ticket here:
    http://www.statcounter.com/contactus.html

    In the meantime I have requested that your log in information is sent to you by email. If this email does not reach you, then you should check your junk mail and spam folders and you should ensure that you are not blocking emails from StatCounter.

    Please note that our blog is not the appropriate forum for support queries and should not be used for that purpose. Your co-operation with this would be appreciated. The contact form above will result in a direct and more efficient response.

    Thanks!

  4. I signed up for stat counter many months ago, but have never been able to get stat counter to work for me. My user name and pass word doesn’t work. I have e-mailed several times to find out if I’m miss spelling user name or password. I have never gotten a response, ever. Can somebody please help me? It would be nice to know if anybody is visiting my web site. After all it took to build and install.

    Thank you

    David Land

  5. Yes, I would love if it would have a hindi version too. Unfortunately, I am not in a position to volunteer for technical stuff related to this. However, any proof reading and grammatical mistakes i can take care of.

    Thank you very much.
    Niraj

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