This is a free service for analyzing traffic to your Web site. WebSTAT.com
offers loads of info on your traffic that you can view with convenient,
easy-to-read graphs and tables. Easy to set up: just put a snippet of code on
your page and you're all set.
This outstanding, reliable free Web page tracker offers lots of useful
information about your site's traffic, including referrals, traffic trends and
search engine data. The tracker is easy to set up; simply fill out a form and
then cut and paste a few lines of HTML onto your pages.
Here is a reliable free Web page counter service that's easy to set up. You
may have as many counters as you want, as long as the content on your site is
free. You can either use a remotely hosted version of the counter or you can
download the program and run it on your own server.
Looking for a counter for your Web site? This new site offers a reliable, free
Web page counter that is ad-free (unlike many services of this kind).
Counting4Free.com offers dozens of digit styles to choose from and you can
sign up for as many counters as you want.
Do you need a page counter for your Web site? This free service lets you
easily set up a counter on your pages and offers over 20 different counter
digit styles to choose from.
This free service offers an excellent way to keep track of your site's traffic
and is easy to set up. StatCounter.com offers loads of detailed site stats and
is highly configurable. The service lets you specific your counter's font,
background color and digit color. An invisible counter option is also
This site offers a free, basic graphical counter for your Web pages. This
counter service is easy to set up and is password protected.
This free Web page tracker service gives you loads of detailed statistics
about your site's traffic, displayed in a nice graphic format. The service is
easy to set up; just copy and paste a snippet of code onto your pages and
Here's a good, free Web page counter service that offers you real-time
statistics. With SeeHits, you can quickly determine how many visitors you get
and exactly how they arrived at your site. You can also get info on your
visitors' browsers, resolution, operating systems and more.
This constantly improving free Java-based Web page tracking service has
recently undergone a major upgrade. HitBox now offers much more data about
your visitors, including valuable referral information (when your visitors
arrived, where they came from, etc.). What's more, your stats are
password-protected, (unlike some free tracking services out there). It's easy
to set up; simply fill out a form and then cut and paste their HTML code to
your pages and you're all set.
This site offers a number of different counter styles to choose from. Just
select the design you want and fill out the short form to get one for your
Nice free stats program that offers lots of useful data. Besides telling you
how many hits your page is getting, it will tell you how many unique visitors
your page gets every day/month and shows you who they were. It also tells you
such useful info as how many unique visitors you got, what countries they came
from and more.
This wonderful free service from the Netherlands has every stat you could ask
offers you loads of information. You get totals by Web site, search engine,
E-mail, Usenet, etc. and even can find out what keywords your visitors used to
locate you. See a sample of their stats
here. On top of everything else, Extreme Tracking is one of the
fastest-loading trackers around (although the service's stats page can be slow
to access at times). The only drawback to Extreme
Tracking's free service is that your stats may be accessed by anyone.
(Note: this service is no longer free, as of Aug. 1,
2003). This service offers a basic visible counter for your site that
tracks the number of your visitors (both unique and total).
This easy-to-implement free counter service offers you stats via E-mail.
Several counter styles are available. No porn or inappropriate sites allowed.
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