January Top 50: Reading and Writing-Centric Platforms Grow
January marked a time of growth for the blog service WordPress and the magazines: Forbes and The New York Times.
August’s Top 50: Old and News
The August Top 50 is here! See which sites saw a spike in traffic and which fell in the rankings.
March’s Top 50: Spring Black Friday, News Sites, and more
March’s Top 50 sites are an interesting array of companies from the web. Fast movers included Home Depot, news sites, and quite a few Microsoft websites as well. Want to know more? Keep reading!
February’s Top 50: Lots of Love for Tax Sites and More
Ah, February. Whether you celebrated the 14th as the day of love or Singles’ Awareness Day, we’ve got interesting data to share with you! Who received the most internet love? Read on and find out which websites made our Top 50.
January’s Top 50: Post-Holiday, Pre-Olympic Season Heats Up
See what helped software sites, job search engines, and news platforms secure spots in our Top 50!
December’s Top 50: A Good Close to 2013 for Myspace, CNET, and BizRate
December is always filled with a whirlwind of holiday excitement, shopping, dining, and relaxing. That doesn’t mean that consumer insights stop for the festivities! Our data for December 2013 refers to an interesting mix of top-visited websites from a variety of categories. Read up on some of the most intriguing results below!
Kantar Media’s Compete Releases Ranking of Top 50 Websites for May 2011
IPO Fever and Big News Stories Fuel Healthy Gains in Site Traffic BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) – Kantar Media’s Compete today released its ranking of the top 50 websites for May 2011. Significant changes during the month included traffic increases to LinkedIn.com, Groupon.com and Skype.com amid speculation about IPOs and acquisitions. Also of note, explosive growth in traffic to online news sites, presumably driven by the bin Laden capture, the Schwarzenegger flap, Oprah’s
Compete Releases Ranking of Top 50 Websites for April 2011
NYTimes.com Declined in First Full Month With Paywall; Daily Deal Sites Continue to Thrive BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released its ranking of the top 50 websites for April 2011. Notable changes during the month included NYTimes.com, which saw unique visitors (UVs) decline during its first full month behind a paywall. Elsewhere on the list, daily deal sites thrived and video site Ustream.tv climbed more than 200
Compete Ranking of Top 50 Websites for March 2011 Shows Traffic Springing Forward
MySpace.com and Mapquest.com Finally See Some Sunshine; Mevio.com Traffic Explodes BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, has released its ranking of the top 50 websites for March 2011. In an unexpected turn of events, MySpace.com, which has been losing traffic consistently for more than a year, experienced a 5 percent uptick in March. Similarly, after four months of falling site traffic, Mapquest.com bounced back nearly 16 percent for the
Compete Ranking of Top 50 Web Sites for February 2011 Reveals Familiar Dip
BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released its ranking of the top 50 web sites for February 2011. As expected, the number of site visits declined across Compete’s top 250 sites for February, the shortest month of the year. Among the top 20 sites, which are ranked based on unique visitors (UVs), however, there were three notable exceptions: Facebook.com (+0.26 percent), YouTube.com (+2.20 percent) and Bing.com (+2 percent).
Compete Ranking of Top 50 Web Sites for January 2011 Shows Big Chill for Online Retailers
User Visits to Top Retailer Sites Quickly Return to Pre-Holiday Levels; Bing.com Traffic Reached Its All-Time High, Has Doubled Since January 2010 BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire – March 1, 2011) – Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released its ranking of the top 50 web sites for January 2011. Compete’s data clearly shows that traffic to top online retail sites decreased significantly in January, including Walmart.com (-32.64 percent), Target.com (-32.15 percent), Bestbuy.com