Nielsen//NetRatings offers insight on the global Internet population’s home usage.
|Global Internet Index Average Usage, June 2003, Home|
|Number of Sessions per Month||21||22||-0.44|
|Number of Unique Domains Visited||54||55||-1.65|
|Page Views per Month||882||884||-0.16|
|Page Views per Surfing Session||41||41||0|
|Time Spent per Month||11:34:06||11:29:08||+0.72|
|Time Spent During Surfing Session||0:32:24||0:32:01||+1.16|
|Duration of a Page Viewed||0:00:47||0:00:47||0|
|Active Internet Universe||249,370,636||248,531,562||+0.34|
|Current Internet Universe Estimate||408,001,157||406,828,304||+0.29|
|Top Global Properties, June 2003, Home|
|AOL Time Warner||67,928,168||27.24||00:38:17|
|Walt Disney Internet Group||16,408,756||06.58||00:20:03|
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