Geo Log Analyzer History

Version history for Geo Log Analyzer shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Jul 11, 2005) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 1.42
Size: 12177KB
OS: Win 2000/XP
Description:   Use this unique e-marketing tool to visually represent geo-targeting data obtained from web server log analysis. See your visitors on the world map. Optimize website costs and bring more customers to your web enterprise!

v 1.42 updated on Aug 12, 2006

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v 1.4 updated on Jul 21, 2006

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v 1.2 updated on Oct 17, 2005

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v 1.1 updated on Sep 19, 2005

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v 1.0 updated on Jul 11, 2005

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