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June 16, 2011

Most Trafficked US Websites in May,2011:

Over 200 million Americans used their PCs in May 2011, and overall Internet use was up 2.8 percent from April. U.S. consumers also visited more unique sites (2.5%) compared to the previous month, and spent more time online on average (0.8%) in May. Internet access continues to grow during the month, with an estimated 246 million individuals in the U.S. having accessing to the Internet through Home/Work computers in May 2011.


During May 2011 Google was the most visited website in the U.S. with  estimated 155 million unique visitors from home and work computers.According to Nielsen The most visited sites among U.S. web users remained largely the same as the month before, while Apple switched positions with Wikipedia to become the 8th most visited site.


Overall web activity increased slightly in May, and among the Top 10 sites Apple witnessed the highest increase in monthly visitors, with more than 5.7 percent more uniques during May. Facebook also increased unique U.S. visitors by 4.7 percent compared to the prior month, with average visitors spending slightly less time (-0.8%) on their website in May.

May 27, 2011

Social Media Consumption Demographics: Infographic

Advertising Age
  • Nearly 4 Million people in the United States are on LinkedIn, making it by far the most popular country for the professional networking site, though there are millions of users in India, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Italy and several other countries as well.
  • Nearly six in 10 of all Facebook users live in the ten countries where the site is most popular, including Germany, the Philippines, Turkey and Indonesia.
  • There are more female Twitter users than male Twitter users and the social service is used, predominantly, by those between the ages of 18 and 49.

    Still, nearly 14 percent of the service is made up of individuals who fall between the ages of 50 and 64.
  • Users who have listed cats as an interest on Facebook are 86.5 percent female, but users who listed baseball as an interest are almost evenly divided between females (45 percent) and males (55 percent).

  • Bebo - Over 40% are 17 and under followed by 35-44 and 55-64 at just under 15%
  • Delicious - Over 25% of users are 35-44
  • Digg – 35-44 constitute over 25% of the total user base followed by just under 20% at 25-34 (80% of users are over 25)
  • Twitter – More than 25% of users are 35-44, trailed by the 45-54 group at less than 20% (65% of all users are over the age of 35 with less than 20% representing the 24 and under age groups)
  • Facebook - ~25% of users are 45-54 with the 35-44 group at just 20% (61% are 35 or older)
  • Last.fm – Almost 20% are under 17 with the 35-44 category also representing just under 20%
  • LinkedIn – Less than 30% are 35-44, 20% are 45-54 and more than 15% are 55-64
  • LiveJournal -25-34 and 35-44 are tied at 20+% percent each
  • MySpace - Over 30% of all users are under 17 and slightly less than 20% are 45-54
  • Ning – 25% of 35-44 and over 60% are 35 and older
  • Reddit - 30% are 35-44
  • Slashdot – More than 30% are 35-44
  • StumbleUpon – The 35-44 segment symbolize just under 30% of all users followed by 25-34 at just under 20%
  • Tagged - Almost 30% are 45-54 and slightly over 25% are under 17

    source : Briansolis



May 16, 2011

Twitter Vs Facebook Vs Linkedin . The Demographic Break up


This infographic designed by Ad Age shows a complete breakdown of who uses the most popular social networks. Unsurprisingly Facebook came out on top with the most users male or female. Worldwide, the U.S. held the top position for most Facebook and LinkedIn users by an overwhelming number. Aside from LinkedIn, most users across all the social networks were between the ages of 18-24 and 35-54. The 18-24 age range is one of the largest groups of social media users; however, they’re also one of the smallest populations in the country. In a more surprising number, less than 10 percent of the population uses Twitter.