Google Slashes Urchin On Demand Price
InfoWorld reports that Google has slashed the price of Urchin On Demand, the website analytics service produced by the company they aquired earlier this year.
The price has been dropped 60 percent, from $495 per month to $199. In addition, Urchin can now also import a subscriber's AdWords account data, and can handle up to 50 websites (more below). Google is offering a 15-day free trial, and has not changed the price of the regular Urchin software ($895).
Urchin On Demand now can track usage of up to 50 Web sites per subscription, whereas before it could only track one Web site per subscription. Independently of how many Web sites are getting monitored, a subscription covers a maximum of 100,000 page views per month. Subscribers have the option of adding one million more page views for an additional $99 per month.
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