- Stats Toolbox
ClickZ provides news about Internet trends and statistics.
Internet statistics for the e-commerce user and provider, aggregated from
leading sources worldwide, filtered and analyzed. Lots of free statistics,
with longer reports available for a fee.
Offered by the U.S. Census Bureau, this website provides statistics on
Internet business activities. The information comes from four surveys
that measure activity such as shipments for manufacturing, sales for wholesale
and retail trade, and revenues for service industries. The surveys measure
the value of goods and services sold online whether over open networks
such as the Internet, or over proprietary networks' running systems such
as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). Although E-Stats does not cover
the entire U.S. economy, it covers North American Industry Classification
System (NAICS) industries that accounted for approximately 77 percent
of economic activity measured in the 2002 Economic Census. All information
Insights for Search
With Google Insights for Search, you can compare search volume patterns
across specific regions, categories, time frames, and properties.
Internet World Stats provides population and Internet usages stats in
over 200 countries and world regions.
Internet & American Life Project
Access studies that explore the impact of the Internet on children, families,
communities, the workplace, schools, healthcare, and civic/political life,
from this nonprofit initiative of the Pew Research Center.
StatCounter tracks the market share of search engines, browsers and operating
systems including mobile from over 4 billion monthly page views. Users
can customize and download graphs based on a statistic (search engine,
browser, or operating system , etc.), geographical region (or country),
and time period.
StatOwl.com provides market research and statistical analyses on Internet
usage, including Web browser market penetration, operating system market
share and search engine usage.
Tech Crunchies is a website on the latest Internet-related statistics
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