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OneStat meet ROI van zoekmachine-marketing

Leverancier van website-statistieken OneStat zegt dat het als eerste ter wereld de Return-On Investment van zoekmachine-marketing kan meten.

 

02 - 14 - 2003

Language: Dutch

Apple updates Safari beta

Apple Computer has posted an updated test version of its Safari browser. According to Apple, Safari beta v60 offers better compatibility with certain Web sites, is faster at displaying Web pages and Flash animations and includes XML support..

 

02 - 12 -2003

Language: English

OneStat.com: snelle opkomst Safari browser

Volgens statistiekenbureau OneStat.com maakt Safari, de nieuwe browser van Apple die onlangs in beta versie is gelanceerd, een snelle opmars door.

 

02 - 04 - 2003

Language: Dutch

Microsoft rivals leave minor marks online

The latest Mozilla and Netscape Web browsers are cropping up on more computers worldwide, but they still only represent a few trees in a forest of Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers.

 

09 - 30 -2002

Language: English

Groei aantal Google gebruikers neemt af

Het marktaandeel van Google is afgelopen maand gestegen van 51,07 naar 53,2 procent. Voorheen kende de zoekmachine grotere groeipercentages, in april en mei ging het nog om 4,57 procent. Dat meldt leverancier van software voor site-analyse Onestat.

 

08 - 21 - 2002

Language: Dutch

 

Internet Explorer 95.3, Mozilla 0.4

 

Microsoft's iron grip on the Web browser market has slipped ever so slightly since the release of new products from rivals Mozilla and Netscape Communications, Web researcher OneStat.com reported Monday.

06 - 24 - 2002

Language: English

 

Thrill of hunt lures Google competitors

 

A new study from Onestat.com finds nearly half of all searches globally go through Google; second-place Yahoo (which actually licenses Google to provide its Web searches) draws about one in five.

Google's results are based in part on popularity: Those sites that are linked to most often from other Web pages, and those that get the most hits, tend to rise to the top of the search rankings. New competitors build upon and refine that concept.

 

05 - 12 -2002

Language: English

Is Yahoo losing the plot?

Google drew the largest global search audience  last month with 46% of web users, according to OneStat.com, the net analysis company. Pushed back into second place, with just 20%, was the classic web company Yahoo. Although Yahoo denies these figures reflect the true state of play, is this a sign of the beginning of the end for one of the net's earliest success stories?

 

05 - 02 - 2002

Language: English

Net users flock to IE 6.0

 

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6.0 was the most popular browser on the Web last month, with a total global usage share of 44.7 percent, according to Net analysis company OneStat.com. Microsoft IE 5.5 took the second spot with 26 percent of the global usage share, followed by IE 5.0 with 25 percent, AOL Time Warner's Netscape Navigator 4.0 with 1.6 percent, Netscape Navigator 3.0 with 0.5 percent and Opera 6.0 with 0.4 percent.

The numbers show that "Microsoft dominates the browser market with a total global usage share of 97 percent on the Web," said Niels Brinkman, one of the founders of OneStat.com. The privately held, Amsterdam-based company provides Web analysis software to companies such as Air France and Lycos, according to its site.

 

04 - 30 -2002

Language: English

Survey: IE 6 most popular browser

 

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6.0 was the most popular browser on the Web last month, with a total global usage share of 44.7 percent, according to Net analysis company OneStat.com.

Microsoft IE 5.5 took the second spot with 26 percent of the global usage share, followed by IE 5.0 with 25 percent, AOL Time Warner's Netscape Navigator 4.0 with 1.6 percent, Netscape Navigator 3.0 with 0.5 percent and Opera 6.0 with 0.4 percent.

 

04 - 30 -2002

Language: English

Google ist Spitze

Auf der Beliebtheitsskala der Internet-Nutzer in aller Welt steht die Suchmaschine Google ganz oben. Mit einer Reichweite von mehr als 46 Prozent lässt Google die Konkurrenz deutlich hinter sich, wie aus einer Untersuchung des Marktforschungsunternehmens OneStat hervorgeht.

 

04 - 22 - 2002

Language: German

Google clamps down on search results

 

A survey this week from Web researcher OneStat.com showed that Google drew the largest global search audience on the Web, with nearly 46 percent of surfers using its site. Web portal Yahoo came in second with 20.6 percent usage, and Microsoft's MSN followed with 7.8 percent reach. America Online's search service was seventh on the list, attracting 1.8 percent of Web users worldwide.

 

 

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04 - 16 - 2002

 

Language: English & Japanese

Google-Monopol?

 

Google wehrt sich gegen Suchmaschinen-Optimierer und insbesondere Ranking-Tests, die bei der Suchmaschine massenhaft Anfragen erzeugen. Die Gegenwehr Googles kann allerdings auch nicht gerade als sehr fein bezeichnet werden, denn sie straft Täter und Unschuldige gleichermaßen.

 

 

 

04 - 16 - 2002

 

Language: German

Google number one

 

La société Onestat, fournisseur de solution de mesure d'audience pour site Web, vient de sortir un baromètre comparable à ceux de Xiti, Weborama et autres eStat, mais au niveau mondial. Il propose ainsi un classement des outils de recherche générant le plus de trafic sur les sites web, notamment outre-Atlantique.

 

 

 

04 - 16 - 2002

 

Language: French

 

 

Google protects its search results

 

Dimandja Emoungu got a surprise when he tried to search Google this month: Instead of a results list, he says, the company handed him a "rude" note denying service.

 

 

 

04 - 16 -2002

 

Language: English

Study: Most web surfers use Google

Google ranked as the No. 1 search service in March, according to Net analysis company OneStat.com. The analysis showed that Google drew the largest global search audience, with nearly 46 percent of Web surfers using its site. Web portal Yahoo came in second with 20.6 percent usage, and Microsoft's MSN followed with 7.8 percent reach. America Online's search service was seventh on the list, attracting 1.8 percent of Web users worldwide.

Amsterdam-based OneStat.com, a privately held company, provides Web analysis software to companies such as Air France and Lycos, according to its site.

 

04 - 15 - 2002

Language: English

Google de populairste zoekmachine

AMSTERDAM - Google is momenteel met afstand de meest populaire zoekmachine op internet. Dit meldt website-analist OneStat.com. Zowel in Nederland als wereldwijd heeft Google de meeste gebruikers. De zoekmachine heeft inmiddels een 'marktaandeel' van 46,5 procent.

"Het is duidelijk dat Google de markt domineert en veel verkeer naar een website kan generen. Onze software is de ultieme oplossing om verkeer van zoekmachines naar een website te meten," zegt Niels Brinkman, één van de oprichters van OneStat, een bedrijf dat software levert voor real-time website-analyse. 

 

04 - 15 -2002

Language: Dutch

Marktaandeel Windows XP op het web 5,3 procent

 

Volgens onderzoek van Onestat.com is Microsoft's Windows 98 het meest gebruikte besturingsprogramma op het web. Wereldwijd zou 70,7 procent van de internetters Windows 98 gebruiken. Windows 2000 wordt door 9,1 procent gebruikt, daarna volgt Windows 95 met 7,2 procent, en Windows XP met 5,3 procent. Deze laatste werd gelanceerd in oktober 2001. 

 

04 - 05 - 2002

 

Language: Dutch

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