Social networks attract users. Among the fastest growing sites in February 2009 compared to the same month a year ago: AOL Community and Twitter, according to comScore. Unique visitors to Friendster.com and Propeller.com are declining compared to a year ago. Data are based on an opt-in panel of users representative of the U.S. population.
|Top Social Networking Sites by Unique Visitors, February 2009|
|Property||February 2008 (000)||February 2009 (000)||Change (%)|
|Total Internet audience||185,017||192,187||4|
|Social networking audience||N/A||122,290||N/A|
|Note: Audience is defined as all persons at U.S. home, work, college, and university locations.|
|Source: comScore, 2009|
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