The worldwide Internet population held stable at 308.7 million users in February 2002, according to comScore, with virtually no significant shifts in size of specific audience segments such as the United States versus non-U.S.
ComScore’s netScore data did fiond increases from January 2002 in the average number of page consumed at non-U.S. PCs and U.S. university PCs of 4 percent and 11 percent. The increase at U.S. universities is likely a sign of students returning from semester break.
|Top 50 Properties of February 2002
U.S. and Worldwide
|3.||3.||AOL Time Warner||90,031||172,161|
|12.||14.||Classmates Online Inc.||27,217||49,041|
|13.||10.||Walt Disney Internet Group||27,168||43,958|
|14.||11.||CNET Networks Inc.||27,141||73,998|
|17.||16.||Ask Jeeves Inc.||21,664||42,148|
|20.||18.||The Excite Network||18,123||25,871|
|24.||26.||Synapse Group Inc.||14,121||21,501|
|31.||34.||At Home Corp.||12,151||26,699|
|43.||33.||Overture Services Inc.||9,438||18,768|
|48.||50.||Cox Enterprises Inc.||8,888||9,796|
|49.||48.||Homestead Technologies Inc.||8,855||18,777|
|50.||51.||The New York Times Co.||8,756||11,593|
Property: Properties represent an aggregate of Web sites that are all controlled by a larger entity. The controlling entity must have at least a 50% ownership in the web site for the web site to be included in the aggregation.
Unique Visitors Worldwide (000s): Provides an unduplicated count of all individually identified machines, located throughout the world whose users understand the English language, that made a visit to a selected property or domain during a given analysis period.
Unique Visitors U.S. (000s):
Provides an unduplicated count of all individually identified machines located in the United States that made a visit to a selected property or domain during a given analysis period.
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