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Google Sites Overtake Yahoo in September

  |  October 22, 2010   |  Comments

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)
Google Sites 180,023
Yahoo Sites 177,973
Microsoft sites 165,052
Facebook.com 148,409
AOL, Inc. 104,621
Glam Media 91,004
Ask Network 89,297
Viacom Digital 83,902
CBS Interactive 83,835
Turner Network 81,376
Fox Interactive Media 81,369
Wikimedia Foundation Sites 78,241
Amazon Sites 76,739
New York Times Digital 72,076
Apple Inc. 69,927
eBay 67,733
Demand Media 58,640
craigslist, inc. 51,775
VEVO 49,019
Answers.com sites 47,676
Comcast Corporation 44,030
ESPN 40,629
Netshelter Technology Media 39,641
Technorati Media 38,830
Weather Channel, The 38,674
Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.
Source: comScore Media Metrix


Jack Marshall

Jack Marshall was a staff writer and stats editor for ClickZ News from 2007 until August 2011. 

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