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)|
|Fox Interactive Media||81,369|
|Wikimedia Foundation Sites||78,241|
|New York Times Digital||72,076|
|Netshelter Technology Media||39,641|
|Weather Channel, The||38,674|
|Data based on visits from U.S. users at home, work, and university locations.|
|Source: comScore Media Metrix|
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