MyComputer Offers Eight New Web Analysis Reports

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MyComputer.com unveiled eight new Web analysis reports for its SuperStats tracking service yesterday.


The reports provide detailed information about:


· Browser compatibility. Warning details are displayed for Web browser compatibility issues.


· HTML analysis. HTML source code is analyzed for errors and warnings.


· Image compression. Images, including GIF, JPG and PNG files, are displayed with corresponding specifications and compression options to improve image loading times.


· Site popularity. Referring Web sites that link to a company URL are identified, helping to determine site standing among other Internet properties.


· Spelling solutions. Potentially misspelled words are listed with correct spelling recommendations.


· Search engine readiness. Meta tags are analyzed for length and content to increase search engine placement.


· Link check. Broken links and images are identified.


· Diagnostic overview. Summaries for each of the above criteria are listed and rated.


MyComputer, Orem, UT, provides hosted applications to measure and increase the return on investment of corporate Web sites.


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