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10x Better Upgrades

We are always working to improve the StatCounter service we offer to our members. Thanks to the fantastic work done by our engineers over the last year we are thrilled to be able to make the following announcement.

All our upgrade plans have been multiplied by a factor of 10 at no extra cost.

Here is how the plans have changed.

  • 5,000 increased to 50,000
  • 10,000 increased to 100,000
  • 25,000 increased to 250,000
  • 50,000 increased to 500,000
  • 100,000 increased to 1,000,000
  • 200,000 increased to 2,000,000
  • 500,000 increased to 5,000,000
  • 1,000,000 increased to 10,000,000

These log size increases are available now to all new and existing upgraded customers. To assign the additional log space to your project simply log in to your StatCounter account. Click “Adjust Log” and assign the new log space.

We have also introduced two brand new plans.

  • 50,000,000 log quota priced at $249 a month.
  • 100,000,000 log quota priced at $399 a month.

If you don’t already have a StatCounter upgrade there has never been a better time to get it. Upgrades start from just $5 a month. In addition to log size increases you also get:

  • StatCounter API Access
  • Ad free experience for the website and mobile apps
  • Advanced Email Report Options
  • Long term keyword archival from Google Search Console

We hope you enjoy the new massive log sizes!

122 Comments

  1. What happened to the all the data in the summary log?
    This is supposed to be unlimited but I can see no further back than about 4 weeks?

    1. Yes, John! It looks like we’ve lost a couple years worth of data now. This seems a pretty serious problem.

  2. Statcounte no longer showing key words and how people are getting to my site has made it pretty useless for me.
    Anyone know of a tracker that does show Google key words?

  3. your service failed for ages (years ago) when it was crucial to get numbers from your service. Now I don’t need visitor counting etc diagnostics, at least not the ones that cost.
    SO LONG!

  4. I have two blogs currently on your site. One of which(the oldest) still is getting hits but the newest one that I am actively posting on shows no hits at all for quite some time. No idea why. I’ve checked the address you have listed on your site and it appears to be good and I’ve gotten comments on the posts so I know people are reading it. When I stopped getting reports, I was at about 70-80 hits per day. That stopped about 6 months ago. Could you look into what might be wrong and get back with me? Would like to have an accurate count of how many are actually visiting the site.
    Thanks

  5. I had a “free” statcounter for several years then about a yer or so ago, it just disappeared. What’s up with that? Do u still have a “free” program and how do i apply it to my website?

  6. This is fantastic! I’ve experimented with statcounter in the past, and I always thought the limits were a bit disappointing. Very glad to see this change!

  7. I just heard of this when I refreshed my statistics and got a huge notice about it. Awesome! Thanks for continually improving Statcounter!

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