NetCount cuts Web tracking prices

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NetCount, a Los Angeles Web measurement company, slashed its prices on Tuesday in what may be the start of a fare war with chief competitor Internet Profiles Corp.

For small sites with up to 200,000 hits per day, NetCount now charges a basic rate of $195 per month. Larger sites with 1 million hits per day pay $1,395. Prices cover unlimited reports; NetCount previously set a limit on the number of reports generated monthly.

NetCount has achieved some backing in the Web industry; current clients include Nissan Motor Cars USA, MCA and Hollywood Online. BPA International also began testing NetCount's system.

But I/Pro, based in San Francisco, has taken a strong early lead with its I/Count and I/Audit products.

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