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Cool Corporate / Government Hit Stats

Bookmark & Share by on May 01, 2009 under Corporate, Work

My (Ez UpTime Calculator) project launched approximately 6 weeks ago today so I thought I would checkout the stats and noticed some cool corporate / government hits including the U.S. Department Of Homeland Security, Iron Mountain and Brink’s. Iron Mountain is of particular interest to me since I was recently researching their cool underground 1000+ acre storage vault in Boyers, Pennsylvania!

The below images show Google Maps Mashups of all geographic origins for hits…

Click To Enlarge... StatCounter Recent Visitor Map For World.
Click To Enlarge... StatCounter Recent Visitor Map For United States.
Click To Enlarge... StatCounter Recent Visitor Map For Europe.

Other noteworthy hits include the U.S. Department Of Transportation, U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs, California Department Of Justice, North Carolina State University, AT&T, Cox, XO, Verizon, Comcast, Charter, Qwest, Time Warner, Rogers Cable, British Telecom, Dell Computer, Intuit, Electronic Arts, Nokia,, Best Buy, Hewlett-Packard, Google, Microsoft, The Kroger Company and JetBlue Airways.

Hit traffic to date falls inline with my usage predictions but it’s still cool to see some big hitters making use of this FREE uptime calculator tool to determine uptime, downtime and availability. I’m seeing a lot of return visitors so I seem to have a good start at earning a long-term, loyal user base.

Please be sure to visit the (Ez UpTime Calculator) project. You simply enter either uptime percentage and timeframe or downtime and timeframe — then click “Calculate.” Regardless, uptime and downtime are both instantly presented in percentage and days, hours, minutes and seconds format. The results also include bar, column and pie chart output.

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