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Top 25 U.S. Online Properties, November 2010

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A look at the top 25 online properties in the U.S. during November, ranked by unique users.

A look at the top 25 online properties in the U.S. during November, ranked by unique users. Data is provided by comScore.

Top 25 Online Properties (U.S.) November 2010
Parent Unique Audience (000)
Yahoo Sites 180,987
Google Sites 178,726
Microsoft sites 175,731
Facebook.com 151,722
AOL, Inc. 114,484
Ask Network 92,369
Glam Media 89,864
CBS Interactive 88,017
Turner Digital 86,452
Amazon Sites 83,875
Viacom Digital 81,710
Wikimedia Foundation Sites 77,773
New York Times Digital 72,280
Apple Inc. 69,896
Fox Interactive Media 69,184
eBay 68,441
Demand Media 64,831
Answers.com Sites 57,926
Vevo 57,760
Wal-Mart 51,817
craigslist, inc. 49,720
Comcast Corporation 49,019
NetShelter Technology Media 45,819
ESPN 43,129
Technorati Media 42,714
Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.
Source: comScore Media Metrix

 

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