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Worldwide influence

On a weekly basis, we track several XPRT-related metrics such as completed test runs and downloads, content views, and social media engagement. We also search for instances where one or more of the XPRTs has been mentioned in an advertisement, article, or review. Compiling all this information gives us some insight into how, where, and how much people are using the XPRT tools.

From time to time, we share some of that data with readers and community members so they can see the impact that the XPRTs are having around the world. One way we do this is through our “XPRTs around the world” infographic, which provides a great picture of the XPRT’s reach.

Here are some key numbers from the latest update:

  • The XPRTs have been mentioned more than 11,400 times on over 3,600 unique sites.
  • Those mentions include more than 9,200 articles and reviews.
  • Those mentions originated in over 590 cities located in 65 countries on six continents. New cities of note include Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Osijek, Croatia; Kano, Nigeria; and Lahore, Pakistan.
  • The BenchmarkXPRT Development Community now includes 210 members from 74 companies and organizations around the world.


In addition to the growth in web mentions and community members, the XPRTs have now delivered more than 380,000 real-world results!

We’re grateful for everyone who’s helped us get this far! Every contribution to the community, no matter how small, contributes to our goal of providing reliable, relevant, and easy-to-use benchmark tools.

Justin

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