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07-28-2004, 12:50 PM
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040716/cgf014_1.html

http://www.comscore.com/press/release.asp?press=483

Top 50 Properties
June 2004
Total U.S. - Home, Work and University Locations
Unique Visitors (000)
Source: comScore Media Metrix

Rank Property Unique Visitors
(000)
Total Internet Users 156,436
1 Yahoo! Sites 115,355
2 MSN-Microsoft Sites 113,871
3 Time Warner Network 108,852
4 Google Sites 63,710
5 eBay 58,311
6 Ask Jeeves 39,275
7 Terra Lycos 37,137


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Ad Focus Ranking
Unique Visitors (000)
Total U.S. - Home, Work and University Locations
June 2004
Source: comScore Media Metrix

Rank Property Unique Visitors Reach %
(000)
Total Internet Users 156,436 100%

1 Advertising.com** 118,621 76%
2 Yahoo! 113,477 73%
3 MSN 101,510 65%
4 AOL 83,769 54%
5 YAHOO.COM Home Page 76,058 49%
6 GOOGLE.COM 62,046 40%
7 Yahoo! Search 60,072 38%
8 Yahoo! Mail 59,409 38%
9 Yahoo! Web Search 58,818 38%
10 Google Web Search 58,150 37%
11 MSN.COM Home Page 55,573 36%

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08-12-2004, 11:54 AM
http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/132/report_display.asp

http://www.pewinternet.org/pdfs/PIP_Data_Memo_Searchengines.pdf

• Americans conducted 3.9 billion total searches in June
• 44% of those searches were done from home computers, 49% were done from work computers, and 7% were done at university-based computers.
• The average Internet user performed 33 searches in June.
• The average visit to a search engine resulted in 4.4 searches.
• The average visitor scrolled through 1.8 result pages during a typical search.
• In June, the average user spent 41 minutes at search engine sites.
• comScore estimates that 40-45 percent of searches include sponsored results.
• Approximately 7 percent of searches in March included a local modifier, such as city and state names, phone numbers or the words “map” or “directions.”
• The percentage of searches that occurred through browser toolbars in June was 7%.
• Search engine market share data are available upon request.

Here is an interesting comparison:

http://forums.searchenginewatch.com/showthread.php?t=632

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