For chuckles, here are the results of some analyst sites:
Here are the results of some high tech retailers:
Here are the results of some mainstream retailers:
Here are the results of some colleges and universities:
- Amherst College
- Brown University
- Carleton College
- Dartmouth University
- Harvard University
- Stanford University
- Wesleyan University
- Williams College
- Yale University
Pretty nifty huh?
Since I'm in the midst of writing a report on web analytics, I noted which web analytics packages were being used. The colleges and universities aren't into web analytics--either that or they're using software, which doesn't show up in the page source. Only Brown and Stanford have a web analytics package listed: both use Google Analytics. (In the Stanford case, probably not a huge surprise, considering where the Google founders did their graduate work....)
The big winner is Omniture, with six of the sites: Burton Group, Crutchfield, PC Connection, Radio Shack, Sears, and Wal-mart. Google Analytics (a free package) is next, with four: Forrester Research, Outsell, Brown, and Stanford. Coremetrics (Crutchfield, Macy's), Crazy Egg (RedMonk, Forrester Research), and Visual Sciences [formerly known as WebSideStory] (IDC, BestBuy) all have two, with Mint capturing just one: RedMonk.