Passes Thirty Five Thousand Free Trial Account Mark

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Since 2003, Opentracker has provided free trials to more than 35,000 account holders. The free trial consists of webmasters gaining access to a full set of website statistic tools, including a real-time visitor tracking interface. announces that it has provided 35,000 free trial accounts.

Since going online in February of 2003, the website statistics company has been growing steadily and built a reputation for quality and accuracy. The application allows webmasters and marketers to see who is surfing on their site in real time.

Every website that signs up for an account receives the first four weeks for free.

"With this important landmark the company continues to demonstrate its place in the competitive market of website reporting and analytics," said Eddie Moojen, CEO of

In order to continue developing and maintain leading status in the statistics market, the company announces that the next scheduled release for opentracker will be Conversion and ROI Tracking.

Combined with the current suite of reports, the new development will allow users to keep track of website financial performance. The latest feature will show webmasters how their referrers and advertising campaigns perform in financial terms, adding to the substantial amount of user analysis already provided.

To mark the occasion, a year's free tracking has been donated to Jonathan Maus, founder of bike-portland explained on why he chose opentracker, "I looked at many services before I found Opentracker and I've been very impressed! They allow me to learn more about how people interact with my site and I love how they've made it easy to look at visit and pageview trends over any period of time. This adds up to help me improve my site and give me confidence when I approach potential advertisers"

Opentracker's clients include a large range of websites, from governments, fortune 500 corporations and financial institutions, through universities, mid-sized business and mom & pop websites.


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