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Branding Campaign

Market-Barometer is in the process of branding its market forecast service. The following website statistics are presented below that represent the first month of the 2004 branding campaign. Additional follow-on statistics will be presented for comparison purposes at a later date.
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Demographics- January 2004
Type of User Requests Percent
Retail investor 68,986
Corporations 7,577


Internal- employees 4,539


Search engines 934


Schools- colleges 921 1.10
Government 816


Demographics Chart
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Market-Barometer.com attracts a wide range of users to the site. The vast majority are individuals seeking a down-to-earth, frequently updated style, that educates, as well as provides some guidance in market fundamentals. Private and public corporations, along with Government (both U.S. and out-of-country), to schools and colleges- all come to Market-Barometer™ for education and the Market Barometer forecast.
The statistics presented are based on samples taken from January 2004 web logs and are statistically enhanced to represent the actual requests by users of the site for the full month of January 2004. Demographics, used here, are population segments.


Page Ranking- January 2004
Page Name Requests Percent
Home Page 24,962 45%
Leading indicator 4,157 8%
Market Memo 3,889 7%
Markets 3,201 6%
Barometer 3,137 6%
Investing 2,327 4%
Stock Market Report 2,012 4%
Pie chart of Demographics
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There is a wide range of pages on the site for users to gain the information they seek. With over 40 pages of information, the HOME page is the one central point that provides a quick overview of market conditions & forecast, with links to more detailed information. As a result, the HOME page is the one page MOST accessed by users visiting our site.
Statistics presented are based on samples taken from January 2004 web logs and statistically enhanced to show page ranking requests. These statistics will differ from that of the previous statistics.
Press Releases
November 2009
Market-Barometer.com establishes new contact information for Advertising and Marketing...
April 12, 2004
Market-Barometer.com Announces Market-Barometer™ 2004 Branding Campaign...
April 27, 2002
Glen David Systems Company Announces Launch of Market-Barometer.com- hosting site for the Barometer...
March 24, 2002
Glen David Systems Company Announces Launch of the Barometer, a Stock Market Tool That Forecast DJIA, S&P 500, and NASDAQ indexes...
October 1, 2001
New Stock Market Methodology Developed To Forecast DJIA, S&P 500, and NASDAQ indexes...
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