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StatMarket.com Available as Subscription Service

WebSideStory Inc. is now selling access to the Web usage data it gathers from the millions of Internet users who visit Web sites using the company’s HitBox Web audience analysis technology.

Subscribers to the Web-based service, called StatMarket.com, will have access to the latest Internet user trends, according to the company.

WebSideStory claims more than 35 million unique daily visitors to more than 100,000 Web sites that use HitBox technology. StatMarket.com generates daily snapshots and historical data on Internet trends. Reported statistics include referring search engines, types of browsers and plug-ins used, screen resolutions, and peak Internet traffic hours.

WebSideStory provides Internet technologies and services for Web site traffic analysis, Webmaster resources, data on Internet user trends, and tools and technologies for Web surfing.

A one-year subscription costs $995.

Contact WebSideStory Inc., (858) 546-0040, www.websidestory.com.

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