More NewsHitBOX Tracker Viewer for Windows Released

HitBOX Tracker Viewer for Windows Released

San Diego-based WebSideStory, a provider of apps forInternet traffic analysis, released HitBOX Tracker Viewer for Windows,available for a free download.

San Diego-based WebSideStory, a provider of apps for Internet traffic analysis, released HitBOX Tracker Viewer for Windows, available for a free download.

The viewer is a new interface displaying real-time data from the HitBOX Tracker; The company’s Web site traffic analysis tool.

From its network, WebSideStory continuously serves up real-time traffic data on visitors to Web sites using the HitBOX Tracker. The new Viewer for Windows displays this constantly changing data, from any computer, in a Windows environment.

Viewer for Windows shows more than 125 real-time statistics, including referring domains, referring URLs, search engine traffic, visitors’ ISP, and the number of unique visitors. It communicates via the Net directly with servers at WebSideStory, without opening can get information on not only their own site, but also on other sites ranked at hitbox.com.

Features of the viewer include the ability to check multiple Web page statistics simultaneously and export data to Excel spreadsheets.

“The Viewer for Windows enhances the HitBOX Tracker experience. It allows Web site owners to make better use of the information gathered by the HitBOX Tracker,” said Blaise Barrelet, president and CEO of WebSideStory.

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