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Top 25 U.S. Online Properties, June 2011

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A look at the top 25 online properties in the U.S. during June.

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

Top 25 Online Properties (U.S.) June 2011
ParentUnique Audience (000)
Google Sites 214,474
Yahoo Sites 178,383
Microsoft Sites 173,562
Facebook.com 160,879
AOL, Inc. 110,447
Amazon Sites 95,771
Turner Digital 93,382
Glam Media 85,987
Ask Network 84,810
Viacom Digital 81,645
CBS Interactive 73,981
Apple Inc. 73,188
Wikimedia Foundation Sites 71,804
VEVO 66,396
eBay 65,474
New York Times Digital 62,883
Demand Media 60,037
craigslist, inc. 53,472
Comcast Corporation 53,262
Fox Interactive Media 47,987
Answers.com Sites 41,691
Federated Media Publishing 41,515
Gannett Sites 40,706
Weather Channel, The 40,118
NetShelter Technology Media 36,536
Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.
Source: comScore Media Metrix

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