The Free Counter

Our counter is available free of charge. It displays for you the number of visitors to your specific web pages. The choice of whether to embed it on one or all of your web pages is entirely up to you. Once you install it, the number increases by one every time there is a new visitor to your homepage. The number only increases if there is a unique hit or visitor. Our counter has stood the test of time even after the emergence of other analytic applications. Many web developers like it because it makes the process of monitoring the number of visitors on a site very easy. It comes in handy when it is time to make marketing decisions or attract advertisers.

We are always working on updates for the counter. We believe that there is always room for improvement. We consider the opinions of web developers and other stakeholders to ensure that our site meets the requirements of users. We encourage all our clients to contact us with feedback. If there are any suggestions or comments, we are glad to look into them to establish whether or not they would be beneficial. The statistics from the counter may give marketers the confidence to place ads on your site. They do not have to take your word because they can see stats for themselves.

The counter comes in a variety of styles to meet the needs of various users. You may pick a style depending on your needs and preference. There are basic styles which only show the number of visitors on a web page. Others may display more information including the length of time that a visitor spends on your site, how they found your site, the countries of origin of various visitors, date and time of visit, the type of browser they used, and more. The following are some of the ways that it may be beneficial.

Bounce Rate

The bounce rate of your site represents the number of people who find your site, get into it, but leave without doing what you require them to do. They do not do what your call to action says. If you find from our counter that certain pages have a high bounce rate, you should optimize your content. Make the page easy to navigate and ensure that it is not slow.

Entry Page

An entry page is a page that a visitor finds first when they visit your site. It is usually, but not always, the homepage. If you know the page that your visitors see first, you can put in some effort to create a good impression. You may be surprised to find that your entry pages are not what you thought they would be.

Exit Page

The exit page is the last page that a visitor visits before leaving your website. Our counter may help you to determine the most common exit pages. You may use the information to ensure that visitors stay on your site longer.


You can determine the geographical location of your visitors. It is exciting to know all the different areas where from where your visitors come. It also makes it possible to know the type of people you should be targeting. If you do not have visitors from certain locations, you can look for ways to attract them.

It is an excellent tool for measuring growth. It gives you a clear picture of what happens on your site. You can see the data in real time so making decisions is easy.