Top 50 U.S. Web Properties, August 2008

Google held its own at the top of the U.S. Web in August. Data from comScore find the search giant reached 144.7 million Americans in August.

Yahoo received 141.5 million visitors to its sites, and Microsoft served 123.5 million visitors. Movement was observed with Target and Bank of America: both climbed three positions. Target moved to a rank of 22 with 30.5 million visitors, and Bank of America reached position 30 with 25.6 million visitors.

ComScore measures Internet usage from a global panel of Internet users.

Top 50 U.S. Properties, August 2008
Rank Property Unique Visitors (000) Rank Property Unique Visitors (000)
1 Google sites 144,738 26 Verizon Communications Corp. 28,496
2 Yahoo sites 141,549 27 Yellowpages.com 28,384
3 Microsoft sites 123,466 28 Superpages.com 27,965
4 AOL 110,623 29 Gorilla Nation 27,940
5 Fox Interactive Media 89,236 30 Bank of America 25,551
6 eBay 71,495 31 Photobucket Inc. 25,003
7 Ask Network 58,482 32 Expedia Inc. 23,926
8 Amazon sites 57,942 33 United Online Inc. 23,920
9 Wikimedia Foundation sites 55,423 34 Monster Worldwide 22,313
10 CBS Corp. 49,229 35 Real.com 22,262
11 Apple Inc. 47,578 36 ESPN 22,199
12 Turner Network 46,787 37 Demand Media Inc. 21,727
13 Viacom Digital 44,836 38 Gannett sites 21,484
14 Glam Media 44,377 39 WordPress 21,419
15 New York Times Digital 43,367 40 Shopzilla.com sites 21,320
16 Facebook 40,959 41 CareerBuilder 20,803
17 The Weather Channel 36,613 42 WeatherBug 20,767
18 craigslist 35,516 43 iVillage 19,756
19 Time Warner (excluding AOL) 32,517 44 WhitePages 18,841
20 Disney Online 32,334 45 Answers.com sites 18,700
21 Wal-Mart 31,958 46 Hearst Corp. 18,116
22 Target Corp. 30,533 47 WorldNow 18,104
23 Adobe sites 30,172 48 WebMD LLC 17,740
24 Comcast Corp. 29,725 49 Cox Enterprises Inc. 16,999
25 AT&T Inc. 28,588 50 NBC Universal 16,811
Source: comScore, 2008

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