We ended up buying WebSideStory, yeah. So we bought them, we're like, you know, I'm so earnestly trying to make sure this all works perfectly, and talking so earnestly on the earnings call and describing this acquisition and how strategic it is, and then the next day Coremetrics comes out, and they were the number two ... They were like one fifth, one sixth our size.
And we were fine with them being number two. They were smart, they were, you know ... It's like, fine. Let them do what they're doing. And they came out and said the next day, they put up big ads everywhere. "Just because the gorilla tells you what you have to eat, doesn't mean you have to eat it."
And so, you know, they told WebSideStory, you can all switch over to Coremetrics for free. And the first year's free and the implementations free. And we were so pissed, because we got so many calls from investors, be like, "Your thesis is falling apart. You're not going to get these customers. I hear they're all going to go to Coremetrics."
And so, somewhat famously in our small little circles, we sent billboards, rolling billboards the next day through Coremetrics' parking lot, and we put all the logos of the companies that had switched from Coremetrics to us, and the last one was Home Depot, and they didn't know that Home Depot had signed with us that day. So, we gave them a big discount, but these big rolling billboards through the parking lot, and we had apes, people in ape outfits handing out banana chips to all the Coremetrics employees as they walked in that says, "Come join the winner just like these other," you know, logos have.