Nielsen//NetRatings and comScore Media Metrix examined where U.S. Internet users were going and how long they were staying during December 2003. While there were much fewer at-work users than there were at home, the working Internet population spent more time online and surfing.
|Average Web Usage, U.S., December 2003|
|Number of Sessions/Visits Per Person||31||63|
|Number of Domains Visited Per Person||55||99|
|PC Time Per Person||27:00:53||72:27:48|
|Duration of a Web Page Viewed||00:00:55||00:00:59|
|Active Digital Media Universe||132,151,758||47,180,918|
|Current Digital Media Universe Estimate||186,494,767||51,273,980|
According to the traffic measurements, Yahoo and Microsoft were among the sites that garnered the most unique visitors, with users spending considerably more time at sites belonging to the Time Warner Network, such as America Online.
|Top Properties of December 2003 U.S., Home, Work and University|
|Total Internet Users||152,109|
|Time Warner Network||110,471|
|Walt Disney Internet Group (WDIG)||25,072|
|Weather Channel, The||23,786|
|Verizon Communications Corporation||22,090|
|Source: comScore Media Metrix|
|Top Parent Companies for December 2003, U.S., Home|
|United States Government||26,172||00:16:00|
|te: Parent company is a consolidation of multiple domains and URLs owned by a single entity.|
|Top Parent Companies for December 2003, U.S., Work|
|United States Government||22,470||00:24:16|
|Note: Parent company is a consolidation of multiple domains
and URLs owned by a single entity.
Number of Sessions per Month: The average number of computer sessions per person for the specified reporting period. A session consists of Web sessions and/or any period of time spent using computer applications.
Number of Unique Domains Visited: An average of the total number of unique domains visited per person for the specified reporting period.
Page Views per Month: The total number of times a Web page has been requested by a user. Page views are counted only when they fully load into the user’s browser window. Pages accessed from the user’s local cache are included in page view counts. Unique pages will be counted each time they are requested.
Page Views per Surfing Session: Average number of Web pages viewed per person per Web session for the specified reporting period.
Time Spent per Month: Average time spent during active computer sessions per person for the specified reporting period.
Time Spent During Surfing Session: Average time spent per person during an active computer session for the specified reporting period.
Duration of a Page Viewed: Average duration of time that a Web page was viewed per person over the specified reporting period.
Internet Universe: The Nielsen//NetRatings Internet universe is defined as all members, 2 years of age or older, of households that currently have access to the Internet from a personal computer.
Active Internet Universe: People that have used a computer capable of connecting to the Internet AND visited a Web site and/or launched any computer file tracked by Nielsen//NetRatings’ applications metering module.
Current Internet Universe Estimate: People over the age of 2 that have access to the Internet from a personal computer at home; includes active and non-active persons in the household.
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