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Apple.com ranks No. 10 among websites

updated 06:00 pm EST, Thu February 16, 2006

Apple.com ranks 10th

Apple.com is the tenth most popular site on the internet for the month of January, receiving over 34 million unique visitors--each of whom spent an average of nearly 46 minutes each browsing Apple's content. Yahoo and Microsoft led all sites, topping 105 million and more than 97 million unique visits each, respectively, according to Nielsen NetRatings. In November of last year Apple led internet retailers in unique visitors, and in December the company was discovered to be the fastest growing site on the internet among the top brands. Last month iTunes reached 14 percent of the active internet, and use of Apple's iTunes service rocketed 241 percent over the past year from 6.1 million unique visitors in December of 2004 to 20.7 million in December of 2005. The top 10 brands on the internet in January were Yahoo!, Microsoft, MSN, Google, AOL, eBay, Amazon, Mapquest, Real, and Apple, respectively.




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  1. guygardner

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Support vs Other uses

    It sure would be great to have user info on web sites somehow seperated based on if they are getting support or not. My guess is that most of the Microsoft web site use is support oriented (Do they sell much on that web site. I doubt it). I would also expect a good bit of Apple's is support too (but they do sell a lot so not as much would be support, I would think).

    Some company that puts out products that are really crappy can look to be 'bigger' when looking at raw web use when compared to other compaines.

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