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Angel

I READ THIS BEFORE I SIGNED-UP: You can use it for free for as long as you like. The only catch is if you start to get over 9,000 pageloads each day you are oudiste what we can sustain as a free business model and we will then ask you to either remove the code or upgrade. It's as simple as that! THIS IS WHY I SIGNED UP FOR THE SERVICE, IN ANTICIPATION OF MY SITE'S FUTURE GROWTH. NOW I'M NOT SURE I WILL STICK WITH THIS BECAUSE OF HOW YOU MISREPRESENTED THE POLICY, AS NOW I FIND OUT THE LIMIT IS ONLY 500 PAGEVIEWS.StatCounter Team Response:Hi AMS,Apologies for any confusion, but there was no misrepresentation. With a free account you get lifetime summary stats this covers all hits from the time you open your account plus you get detailed individual stats on your past 500 pageloads. If a site is getting over 9,000 pageloads a day on a FREE StatCounter account, we reserve the right to ask you to remove the code or upgrade. That's because the processing power that is needed to track the 9,000+ pageloads is more than we can sustain with the free accounts. Plus, by the time you are getting 9,000+ pageviews per day, your site is most likely making a few bob, so hopefully you'll be willing and able to pay a small charge to continue with StatCounter. So the 500 refers to the detail that you get in your stats, it's not an activity threshold does that explain? Please get back to us if you have any further questions. Thanks for your support.

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