Amsterdam, Netherlands (PRWEB) August 25, 2008
Opentracker.net, a leader in global website statistics, has joined 1% For The Planet to commit itself to preserving the environment.
Members of 1% For The Planet, give 1 percent of annual sales to projects aimed at protecting the Earth's forests, seas and air.
This decision was motivated by our belief that business and ecology cannot be considered separately. Corporations are uniquely positioned to make a difference.
Opentracker began its philanthropy program five years ago, offering free website traffic services to non-profit organizations. Joining 1% For The Planet enables Opentracker to go a step further by dedicating a fixed portion of revenue to environmental causes.
"Opentracker is very proud to have reached this goal," said Director of Operations Eddie Moojen. "It enables us to move beyond business as usual and take on the threats facing our environment that will inevitably effect all of us."
The philanthropy program provides free tracking to a wide range of humanitarian and environmental projects around the world. Notable projects supported include MS Readathon, Red Cross, WWF, UN, and numerous regional efforts. They range from sites about chronic disease and education to natural resource monitoring portals.
Please visit the Philanthropy Program page for a complete list of free tracking recipients.
Webmasters of environmental and humanitarian non-profit projects can benefit from having free access to our best-of-breed technology solutions.
Specifically, non-profit webmasters can demonstrate to funders how many members of the Internet public are served. Additionally, they can use Opentracker as a feedback mechanism that helps to tailor content and layout to the needs of online visitors.
Opentracker offers unique, real-time website analytics at a sharp price.