New Web Analytics Visitor Tracking Feature, Activity Alerts, Delivers Sales Tracking And Ad Campaign Responses To Your Inbox or Phone

San Jose, CA (PressExposure) January 11, 2007 -- VisiStat announces the launch of Activity Alertsâ„¢, their expanded visitor tracking alert notification feature. VisiStat Sales Director, Tina Bean, says, "Our new Activity Alerts notices are a great way to remotely keep track of your site activity and online marketing efforts, as they are occurring. I use it for closely watching sales and ad campaign responses. It's an incredible tool for marketing and sales."

Activity Alerts are e-mail notifications that are sent out by VisiStat's reporting system whenever custom criteria trigger the service. In other words, when a user wants to receive immediate notice when a particular activity occurs on their Website, they simply select the criteria, provide an e-mail or text message address, and they are set up in the system. Activity Alerts will automatically respond with the requested information as soon as it happens, in real-time.

"You can now know exactly when you have had x-number of visitors to your site, monitor geographic activity in real-time, verify SEO modifications, track keywords as they are used, be alerted to IP visits and a great deal more," Bean explains.

VisiStat has become known for being a proactive, real-time Web analytics and Visitor Tracking service with unique user tools and innovative, graphically friendly reports. Learn more about VisiStat by visiting, or calling 408-725-9377.

About VisiStat

About VisiStat

VisiStat turns Website traffic data into actionable business intelligence. VisiStat is the price-performance leader in real-time Web analytics, providing dynamic and highly visual reports on page views, unique visits, link referrals, e-marketing results and much more. A privately held company, VisiStat, Inc., is based in San Jose, Calif., and was founded in 2005. Learn more at or call 408-725-9377.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 09, 2007 at 5:23 pm
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