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Top 100 Websites

1. Google

 http://www.google.com/

     Enables users to search the Web, Usenet, and images. Features include PageRank, caching and translation of results, and an option to find similar pages. The company's focus is developing search technology. About 32% of visitors to this site come from the US, and roughly 26% of visits to Google consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). The time spent in a typical visit to the site is about thirteen minutes, with 35 seconds spent on each pageview.

2. Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/

     A social utility that connects people, to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos. Search engines refer approximately 7% of visits to it. This site has been online since 1997, and the time spent in a typical visit to Facebook is roughly 32 minutes, with 36 seconds spent on each pageview. Relative to the overall population of internet users, this site's audience tends to be users who browse from school and home; they are also disproportionately women under the age of 45 who have postgraduate educations.

3. YouTube

 http://www.youtube.com/

    YouTube is a way to get your videos to the people who matter to you. Upload, tag and share your videos worldwide! Roughly 22% of visitors to the site come from the US. It has a bounce rate of about 25% (i.e., 25% of visits consist of only one pageview), and Youtube.com has been online since 2005. The site belongs to the “Video Sharing” category.

    4.Yahoo

    http://www.yahoo.com

     A major internet portal and service provider offering search results, customizable content, chatrooms, free e-mail, clubs, and pager. Compared with internet averages, the site's audience tends to be over the age of 35; they are also disproportionately women browsing from school and home who have no postgraduate education. The fraction of visits to Yahoo.com referred by search engines is approximately 7%.

    5. Windows Live

    https://login.live.com/  

    Search engine from microsoft. The site has been online for more than sixteen years. About 5% of visits to the site are    referred by search engines, and the site is located in the US. Visitors to Live.com view an average of 6.1 unique pages per day.

    6. Blogger.com

   
   

    Free, automated weblog publishing tool that sends updates to a site via FTP. The site has been online since 2000. Compared with internet averages, the site appeals more to users who browse from home and school; its visitors also tend to consist of women earning less than $30,000 who have postgraduate educations. The site belongs to the “Blogger” category of internet sites. Approximately 20% of visits to Blogger.com are referred by search engines.

    7. Baidu.com


    The leading Chinese language search engine, provides "simple and reliable" search experience, strong in Chinese language and multi-media content including MP3 music and movies, the first to offer WAP and PDA-based mobile search in China. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately twelve minutes, with 31 seconds spent on each pageview. Compared with internet averages, the site appeals more to Asians; its visitors also tend to consist of women browsing from work and school who have no postgraduate education. Baidu.com has been online for more than eleven years.

    8. Wikipedia


    A free encyclopedia built collaboratively using wiki software. About 51% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only). The site belongs to the “Wikipedia” category. Visitors to Wikipedia.org spend approximately five minutes per visit to the site and 60 seconds per pageview. Relative to the overall population of internet users, this site's audience tends to be users who browse from school; they are also disproportionately childless people who have postgraduate educations.


     9. Twitter   

    Social networking and microblogging service utilising instant messaging, SMS or a web interface. Relative to the overall population of internet users, the site's audience tends to be childless; they are also disproportionately highly educated women between the ages of 25 and 45 who browse from work. This site has a bounce rate of roughly 40% (i.e., 40% of visits consist of only one pageview). Twitter belongs to the “Twitter” category of websites. We estimate that 29% of visitors to the site come from the US.


    10. QQ.com


    China's largest and most used Internet service portal owned by Tencent, Inc founded in November, 1998. Presently, Tencent is aiming its operations at the strategic goal of providing users with a "one-stop online life service". Tencent's Internet platforms QQ, QQ.com, QQ Games, and PaiPai.com have brought together China's largest Internet community. Tencent's communications and information-sharing services include QQ.com, QQ Instant Messenger, QQ Mail, and search engine SOSO. Linked up with heavily used features such as forums, chat rooms, and QQ Groups, Tencent's Qzone has grown into China's largest personal Internet space. These services foster group interaction and resource sharing. Virtual products such as QQ Show, QQ Pet, QQ Game, and QQ Music/Radio/Live have been successful in providing entertainment and customization options to users. Mobile phone users can take advantage of a number of value-added wireless services. Tencent's PaiPai.com is a C2C on-line shopping platform that seamlessly integrates into Tencent's other community platforms.As of June 30th, 2009, the number of registered QQ Instant Messenger users has reached 990.0 million. Active users numbered at 448.0 million. Peak concurrent users have reached 61.30 million. QQ Games platform counted about 6.2 million users simultaneously on-line. QQ.com has become China's most visited Internet portal website. PaiPai.com has also become China's second largest Internet shopping platform.


    11. MSN

    Portal for shopping, news and money, e-mail, search, and chat. While we estimate that 24% of visitors to the site come from the US, where it is ranked #13, it is also popular in Mexico, where it is ranked #7, and it is located in the US. Msn.com has been online since 1994, and the fraction of visits to this site referred by search engines is approximately 4%.


   12. Amazon.com

    Amazon.com seeks to be Earth's most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavors to offer its customers the lowest possible prices. Site has numerous personalization features and services including one-click buying, extensive customer and editorial product reviews, gift registries, gift certificates, wish lists, restaurant and movie listings, travel, and photo processing.


    13. LinkedIn


     A networking tool to find connections to recommended job candidates, industry experts and business partners. Allows registered users to maintain a list of contact details of people they know and trust in business. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately seven minutes, with 38 seconds spent on each pageview. The site can be found in the “Social Networking” category. Linkedin.com has been online for more than eight years.


    14. Bing


    Search engine developed by Microsoft. Features web, image, video, local, news, and product search. Approximately 48% of visits to it consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). The fraction of visits to Bing.com referred by search engines is approximately 6%. While we estimate that 33% of the site's visitors are in the US, where it is ranked #14, it is also popular in Mexico, where it is ranked #13.


    15. WordPress.com


     Free blogs managed by the developers of the WordPress software. Includes custom design templates, integrated statistics, automatic spam protection and other features. Approximately 57% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only), and the site has been online for more than eleven years. Search engines refer about 26% of visits to WordPress.com.


    16. Microsoft Corporation


    Main site for product information, support, and news. Visitors to it view 2.7 unique pages each day on average, and the site has been online for more than nineteen years. About 47% of visits to the site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). Compared with internet averages, Microsoft.com's audience tends to be aged under 25 and over 35; they are also disproportionately men browsing from school and work.  


    17. eBay

    
    International person to person auction site, with products sorted into categories. Visitors to this site view an average of 18.4 unique pages per day. The site has attained a traffic rank of 9 among users in the US, where we estimate that 66% of its audience is located. Ebay.com is based in the US, and the fraction of visits to it referred by search engines is about 9%.


    18. PayPal


    Online payment service for individuals and merchants. Allows users to send money and bills to anyone with e-mail. The site is based in the US. PayPal's visitors view 8.1 unique pages each day on average. The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is about 3%.


    19. Flickr


     Picture galleries available with chat, groups, and photo ratings. It belongs to the “Social Networking” category of websites. Compared with the overall internet population, the site's users tend to browse from school and work, and they tend to be childless, highly educated women under the age of 35. Visitors to the site view an average of 9.1 unique pages per day. Visitors to Flickr spend about five minutes per visit to the site and 26 seconds per pageview.


    20. Apple Inc.


     Official site, with details of products and services. Visitors to this site spend about 52 seconds on each pageview and a total of four minutes on the site during each visit. The site has a bounce rate of roughly 44% (i.e., 44% of visits consist of only one pageview). While we estimate that 31% of visitors to Apple.com come from the US, where it is ranked #26, it is also popular in the UK, where it is ranked #25, and it is located in the US.


    21. Craigslist.org


    The site has been online for more than thirteen years. Compared with all internet users, the site's users are disproportionately Caucasian, and they tend to be moderately educated, childless women earning over $30,000 who browse from home. Craigslist.org has a bounce rate of about 14% (i.e., 14% of visits consist of only one pageview), and the time spent in a typical visit to it is approximately fourteen minutes, with 21 seconds spent on each pageview.


    22. The Internet Movie Database


     Features plot summaries, reviews, cast lists, and theatre schedules. It is based in the US. While this site is ranked #22 in the US, where we estimate that 34% of its visitors are located, it is also popular in Romania, where it is ranked #10. Imdb.com has been online since 1996. Search engines refer approximately 32% of visits to the site.


    23. BBC Online


    The BBC Homepage - Your gateway to BBC Online. Compared with internet averages, the site's users are disproportionately Caucasian, and they are disproportionately childless men earning between $30,000 and $100,000 who have postgraduate educations. About 12% of visits to it are referred by search engines. Visitors to Bbc.co.uk spend about seven minutes per visit to the site and 62 seconds per pageview. About 38% of visitors to the site come from the UK, where it has attained a traffic rank of 5.


    24. V Kontakte

    
    The most popular social network utility in Russia. The site is located in Russia. It is in the “Социальные сети” category of websites. Visitors to the site view 22.9 unique pages each day on average. Relative to the overall population of internet users, Vkontakte.ru's users are disproportionately low-income, and they are disproportionately childless men under the age of 35 who have postgraduate educations and browse from home.


    25. Go


    A searchable directory, news, stocks, sports and free e-mail. This site is located in the US. The site belongs to the “Web Portals” category. Visitors to Go.com view 5.4 unique pages each day on average, and the time spent in a typical visit to the site is roughly seven minutes, with 58 seconds spent on each pageview.


    26. Ask


    Offers search for web sites, images, news, blogs, video, maps and directions, local search and shopping. Ask.com is ranked #50 in the world according to the three-month Alexa traffic rankings. This site has been online for at least twelve years. Ask.com's content places it in the “Ask” category of internet sites. The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is roughly 9%.


    27. AOL


    The site has attained a traffic rank of 16 among users in the US, where approximately 70% of its audience is located. Search engines refer about 5% of visits to the site. It belongs to the “Sports” category. Relative to the overall population of internet users, Aol.com's users are disproportionately Caucasian, and they are disproportionately moderately educated, higher-income, childless women over the age of 45.

   

    28. CNN Interactive


     News, weather, sports, and services including e-mail news alerts and downloadable audio/video reports.This site's visitors view an average of 3.2 unique pages per day. Visitors to it spend roughly five minutes per visit to the site and 72 seconds per pageview. The site is in the “News” category of sites. Cnn.com is based in the US.


    29. Toduo.com


     The site is based in China. The site has a bounce rate of about 33% (i.e., 33% of visits consist of only one pageview). Visitors to Tudou.com spend about 36 seconds on each pageview and a total of seven minutes on the site during each visit, and it is particularly popular among users in the city of Wuhan (where it is ranked #6).


    30. Megaupload


     Megaupload is a "leading website of the world" for transferring files easily, with complete security and free of charge. The fraction of visits to this site referred by search engines is about 2%. The site has been online since 2005. The site's visitors view an average of 4.1 unique pages per day. About 44% of visits to Megaupload are bounces (one pageview only).


    31. Adobe Systems Inc.


    Developers of software solutions for graphic designers and professional publishers, products include Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, LiveMotion, InDesign, Studio, FrameMaker, PhotoDeluxe and several others. Also develops third party plugins. Roughly 23% of the site's visitors are in the US, where it has attained a traffic rank of 45. Roughly 46% of visits to the site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). The site is in the “Software” category. Adobe.com is particularly popular among users in the city of Los Angeles (where it is ranked #39).


    32. Bp.Blogspot.com


    Compared with the overall internet population, the site appeals more to Hispanics; its visitors also tend to consist of low-income, childless men under the age of 35 who browse from home and school. Visitors to the site spend approximately 85 seconds per visit to the site and 36 seconds per pageview. About 69% of visits to Bp.blogspot.com consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces).


    33. Tumblr.com


    About 48% of visits to the site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces), and about 8% of visits to it are referred by search engines. Relative to the overall population of internet users, Tumblr.com's audience tends to be Caucasian; they are also disproportionately childless college graduates and women under the age of 35 who browse from school and work. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is roughly seven minutes, with 41 seconds spent on each pageview.


    34. MediaFire


    MediaFire is the simplest way for businesses, professionals, and individuals to host files and share them with others.This site has been online since 1998, and the time spent in a typical visit to the site is roughly four minutes, with 37 seconds spent on each pageview. Compared with the overall internet population, MediaFire's audience tends to be under the age of 25; they are also disproportionately low-income, childless Africans and men browsing from home and school who have no postgraduate education. The site has a bounce rate of roughly 43% (i.e., 43% of visits consist of only one pageview).


    35. Go Daddy


    Domain registrations and hosting services. The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is approximately 9%. The site is based in the US. Godaddy.com has a bounce rate of approximately 28% (i.e., 28% of visits consist of only one pageview), and visitors to it spend about 48 seconds on each pageview and a total of seven minutes on the site during each visit.


    36. www.ZEDO.com


    Major ad serving player with solid technology. ZEDO is one of the 3 high quality ad serving companies that focuses on solid technology, great service and its customers. It does not compete by running an ad network and is well respected in the industry. ZEDO is especially good at Rich Media for Publishers and at Optimization for ad Publishers and Direct Marketers.


    37. WordPress   


    A semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. Visitors to the site spend about five minutes per visit to the site and 46 seconds per pageview. Visitors to it view an average of 5.5 unique pages per day. About 41% of visits to Wordpress.org consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces), and the site is located in the US.


    38. About.com


    Directory features links, articles and reviews. While roughly 45% of visitors to it come from the US, where it is ranked #30, it is also popular in the Philippines, where it is ranked #18. The site is located in the US. About belongs to the “About.com” category. Compared with internet averages, the site's audience tends to be Caucasian; it also appeals more to childless, moderately educated women browsing from home who have incomes between $30,000 and $100,000.


    39. Conduit.com


    The site is particularly highly ranked in the cities of Bogotá (#12), Caracas (#12), and Madrid (#18). The site has been online since 2000. While this site is ranked #143 in the US, where we estimate that 11% of its visitors are located, it is also popular in Saudi Arabia, where it is ranked #21, and visitors to Conduit.com view an average of 1.9 unique pages per day.


    40. Myspace


    Social Networking Site. The site has been online since 1996. The site is based in the US. We estimate that 38% of Myspace's visitors are in the US, where it has attained a traffic rank of 37. Relative to the overall population of internet users, the site's users are disproportionately Caucasian, and they are disproportionately childless, moderately educated men under the age of 35 who browse from home.

    41. LiveJournal.com


    LiveJournal is a rich, community media platform that willfully blurs the lines between journaling and social networking. Since its inception in 1999, LiveJournal has become home to nearly 25 million users worldwide who come together to celebrate creative expression and find friends who share common passions and interests.


    42. ESPN


    Sports news network. Includes broadcast schedule, game scores and results, and articles on college and professional sports. Compared with the overall internet population, the site's users are disproportionately Caucasian, and they are disproportionately moderately educated, childless men earning over $60,000 who browse from work. The site has been online for more than sixteen years. The site belongs to the “News and Media” category of sites. Roughly 7% of visits to Espn.go.com are referred by search engines.


    43. 4Shared


     A simple and easy-to-use service offering free online files storage and sharing accessible worldwide. This site can be found in the “Free” category of sites. Relative to the overall population of internet users, the site's users are disproportionately Asian, and they are disproportionately low-income men under the age of 25 who browse from school and home and have more children. Search engines refer approximately 13% of visits to 4shared. While we estimate that 13% of the site's visitors are in Brazil, where it is ranked #18, it is also popular in Saudi Arabia, where it is ranked #10.


    44. Yieldmanager.com



    Approximately 77% of visits to it are bounces (one pageview only), and the site is located in the US. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately two minutes, with 41 seconds spent on each pageview. The fraction of visits to Yieldmanager.com referred by search engines is very small.


    45. The New York Times


    Online edition of the newspaper's news and commentary. [Registration required]. Approximately 11% of visits to it are referred by search engines, and the site has been online since 1994. Nytimes.com is located in the US. Visitors to the site spend approximately 82 seconds on each pageview and a total of five minutes on the site during each visit.


    46. The Pirate Bay


     Worlds largest Bittorrent tracker. The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is about 18%. The site can be found in the “Torrent Directories and Trackers” category. Approximately 29% of visits to Thepiratebay.org consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). Compared with the overall internet population, the site's users are disproportionately male, and they are disproportionately low-income, childless people under the age of 35 who browse from home and school.


    47. Alibaba.com


     Import and export trade leads and opportunities. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately eight minutes, with 39 seconds spent on each pageview. Search engines refer roughly 27% of visits to it. Visitors to Alibaba.com view an average of 9.8 unique pages per day. This site can be found in the “Portals” category.


    48. CNET.com   


     Reviews, news, and prices on tech products, as well as free downloads and newsletters. The site belongs to the “Resources” category. Approximately 46% of visits to the site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces), and the fraction of visits to CNET.com referred by search engines is about 26%. The site has been online for more than seventeen years.


    49. Double Click


    Coordinates targeted Internet advertising campaigns for advertisers, and provides ad management services, software, and sales for publishers. The site is in the “Marketing Services” category of sites. This site has been online for at least fifteen years. Approximately 67% of visits to Doubleclick.com consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). Compared with the overall internet population, the site's audience tends to be African; they are also disproportionately women over the age of 35 who are not college graduates and have more children.


    50. Fileserve.com


    The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is very small. Visitors to the site spend about four minutes per visit to the site and 45 seconds per pageview, and the site has a bounce rate of roughly 48% (i.e., 48% of visits consist of only one pageview). Relative to the overall population of internet users, Fileserve.com's users are disproportionately male, and they are disproportionately low-income, childless Hispanics under the age of 35 who browse from home and school.


    51. Sogou.com


    The first search engine in the world that has gathered up to 10 billion web pages, suppling most convenience services for searching news, music, shopping infomation, maps, etc. Approximately 42% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only), and it has been online for at least nine years. Visitors to Sogou.com spend approximately 32 seconds on each pageview and a total of three minutes on the site during each visit. The site's visitors view an average of 3.8 unique pages per day.


    52. eHow


     Provides concise how-to articles written by professionals and users covering a broad range of topics. The site has a bounce rate of about 74% (i.e., 74% of visits consist of only one pageview). The site is based in the US. Ehow.com has been online for at least twelve years. The time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately two minutes, with 75 seconds spent on each pageview.


    53. Mozilla.com


     The time spent in a typical visit to it is roughly 76 seconds, with 52 seconds spent on each pageview. Compared with the overall internet population, the site's users tend to be aged 25–35 and over 65, and they are disproportionately childless men browsing from home. Mozilla.com has been online for at least sixteen years. This site is located in the US.


    54. ImageShack


    ImageShack® is a free image hosting solution. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as post images on message boards and blogs. It can also be used to direct link images from your personal website or online auction. And best of all, it's completely free.


    55. EzineArticles.com


    EzineArticles is a matching service between tens of thousands of expert authors and millions of readers & publishers looking for expert solutions to millions of problems.


    56. RapidShare

    Roughly 16% of visits to it are bounces (one pageview only), and it is based in Switzerland. About 2% of visits to it are referred by search engines. RapidShare has been online since 2002.


    57. Netflix


    Flat monthly fee by mail service. Compared with all internet users, the site appeals more to Caucasians; its audience also tends to consist of moderately educated, higher-income, childless women browsing from home. The site's visitors view 8.6 unique pages each day on average. We estimate that 95% of Netflix's visitors are in the US, where it has attained a traffic rank of 20. About 6% of visits to it are referred by search engines.

    58. Megavideo


     Clips are available in several languages. Premium subscriptions allow users to earn money rewards for downloads of their content. The site is particularly highly ranked in the cities of Barcelona (#15) and Madrid (#16). The site's visitors view an average of 2.9 unique pages per day. While we estimate that 12% of Megavideo.com's visitors are in Japan, where it is ranked #73, it is also popular in Spain, where it is ranked #22.


    59. Dailymotion


     On demand video publishing and sharing website, strongly interfaced with video blogs. While we estimate that 18% of visitors to this site come from France, where it is ranked #19, it is also popular in Turkey, where it is ranked #16. About 29% of visits to it are referred by search engines.


    60. The Weather Channel


      Forecasts worldwide, Doppler radar and satellite maps, weather news, and flight and events information. Compared with the overall internet population, this site appeals more to Caucasians; its visitors also tend to consist of moderately educated, childless women earning over $60,000. Visitors to the site spend about 44 seconds on each pageview and a total of three minutes on the site during each visit, and Weather.com has been online since 1994. We estimate that 85% of visitors to the site come from the US, where it has attained a traffic rank of 24.


    61. Twitpic.com


    Share photos on Twitter. Roughly 60% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only). Compared with all internet users, the site's audience tends to be Caucasian; it also appeals more to childless women and college graduates under the age of 35 who browse from work and have incomes between $30,000 and $60,000. While we estimate that 28% of the site's visitors are in the US, where it is ranked #80, it is also popular in Brazil, where it is ranked #48. TwitPic's visitors view 2.9 unique pages each day on average.


    62. The Huffington Post

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