A look at the the top 25 online properties in August, according to comScore.
Google and Yahoo sites continued to attract the most unique U.S. users to their properties in September, according to comScore. Yahoo saw a slight drop in traffic versus August however, while Google saw a gain, handing the latter the top spot for the month.
Meanwhile, Facebook continued its growth among U.S. users, reaching 148.4 million of them over the course of the month.
|Top 25 Online Properties (U.S.) September 2010|
|Parent||Unique Audience (000)|
|Fox Interactive Media||81,369|
|Wikimedia Foundation Sites||78,241|
|New York Times Digital||72,076|
|Netshelter Technology Media||39,641|
|Weather Channel, The||38,674|
|Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.|
|Source: comScore Media Metrix|
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