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Web site Visitors ... - August 2005

101.3 millions visits for Yahoo

95.6 millions for Microsoft,
92.1 millions for MSN,
80.4 millions for Google,
75.7 millions for AOL
55.2 millions for eBay.

MapQuest : 39 millions ,
Amazon : 37.6 millions,
RealNetworks : 36.4 millions

Last : The Wheather Channel : 31.2 millions.

Google Analytics

"The service, called Google Analytics, is free for anybody and has a page view limit of 5 million per month, a cap that is removed if the user is a Google AdWords advertiser, said Paul Muret, a Google engineering director.
Formerly known as Urchin on Demand, this service used to cost $199 per month with a 100,000 monthly limit on page views, he said.
AdWords advertisers also get some additional analytics features, said Muret, who founded Urchin Software Corp., the Web site analytics system developer that Google bought earlier this year.
However, Google Analytics isn't meant to be exclusively an AdWords analysis tool. It is designed to be a complete analytics package that can monitor various types of online marketing campaigns from multiple ad sellers, Muret said.
By making Google Analytics free, Google will shine a very bright light on the Web analytics space, which should benefit that market in general by drawing in many new customers, but it will also put significant pricing pr…

India's IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) could be bringing in US$60 billion by the year 2010, growing at over 25 percent a year

"However, the industry could face a shortage of half a million workers unless remedial measures in public education and corporate training are taken quickly, according to the report.
India's software and services exports were $17.2 billion in the fiscal year ended March 31 this year, up by 34.5 percent from the previous year, according to the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) of Delhi. NASSCOM and management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. released the findings jointly.
A large number of multinational technology and user companies are stepping up outsourcing to India. Microsoft (Profile, Products, Articles) Corp. announced last week that it was increasing staff in India from 4,000 to 7,000 over the next three to four years, while Dell (Profile, Products, Articles) Inc. said in April that it was increasing staff in the country to 10,000 by the end of this year. Aviva PLC, a British insurance company, said Monday that its suppliers were increasin…