Thursday, March 5, 2009

Going Global and Launch of New Free Global Stats Service []

Hi chandra sekhar,

We're getting in touch to let you know about two exciting recent
developments at StatCounter...

1. StatCounter Goes Global
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!

StatCounter is now available in Hungarian ( and
other translations are in progress.

If you would like to volunteer to help with the translation project, then
please see our blog for further information:

2. StatCounter Launches New Free Global Stats Tool
We are also delighted to let you know about the new StatCounter Global
Stats tool.

You can use StatCounter Global Stats ( to
monitor issues such as:

- how Google's new browser Chrome is doing against Microsoft Internet
- how the iPhone is succeeding against traditional market leader Nokia in
the mobile browser market

You can see today's press release re the iPhone taking the lead in the
mobile browser market here:

With StatCounter Global Stats you can create custom graphs, download the
images and sign up for news alerts. Please see our blog for more

That's all the news for now folks!

With best wishes,

Aodhan & the StatCounter Team

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