Starting with its February 2000 report, Media Metrix has merged its top site and top property reports into a list that shows the top 50 properties and their leading components.
|Top 50 Digital Media/Web Properties
With Leading Components
|AOL Instant Messenger
|Snap.com Search & Services||10,923|
|9.||Time Warner Online||13,798|
Warner Bros. Online
|AltaVista Search Services||11,969|
|MTV Networks Music Sites||4,179|
|22.||The Weather Channel||7,552|
|24.||AT&T Web Sites||7,136|
|33.||Fortunecity Global Community||5,654|
|45.||The Uproar Network||4,713|
|48.||News Corp. Online||4,434|
|Source: Media Metrix|
Digital Media: Digital Media includes users of the World Wide Web, proprietary online services, and/or other ad-supported digital applications such as email services and CD-ROM.
Top 50 Digital Media and Web Properties: The top 50 Digital Media and Web properties are based on unduplicated audience reach, also known as unique visitors. They include the largest single brands as well as consolidations of multiple domains that fall under one brand or common ownership.
Unique Visitors: The actual number of total users who visited the reported Web site or online property at least once in the given month. All Unique Visitors are unduplicated (only counted once) and are in thousands.
Compare to the top Web sites and properties of January 2000.
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