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Top 25 U.S. Online Properties, January 2011

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

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

Top 25 Online Properties (U.S.) January 2011
Parent Unique Audience (000)
Yahoo Sites 178,864
Google Sites 178,516
Microsoft Sites 176,770
Facebook.com 153,020
AOL, Inc. 110,996
Ask Network 95,719
Turner Digital 91,314
Viacom Digital 89,450
Glam Media 86,533
CBS Interactive 85,573
Amazon Sites 82,608
Wikimedia Foundation Sites 78,563
Demand Media 75,454
Apple Inc. 71,952
New York Times Digital 71,887
eBay 65,913
Fox Interactive Media 62,152
Vevo 56,178
Answers.com Sites 55,467
Comcast Corporation 54,498
craigslist, inc. 53,370
NetShelter Technology Media 44,697
Technorati Media 44,677
Weather Channel, The 43,978
Gannett Sites 40,372
Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.
Source: comScore Media Metrix

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