Top 10 URLS

1 google.com 135M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more affluent, more educated audience.
2 yahoo.com 124M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more educated crowd.
3 msn.com 91M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a adult, more educated audience.
4 live.com 90M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more educated crowd.
5 wikipedia.org 77M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a more educated, younger audience.
6 aol.com 75M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a very slightly female biased, younger crowd.
7 youtube.com 70M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more youthful following.
8 myspace.com 67M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a more female, teen and young adult audience.
9 microsoft.com 66M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a skewing older audience.
10 ebay.com 59M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a more affluent, slightly male slanted, adult following.
11 amazon.com 46M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more educated following.
12 facebook.com 45M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more affluent, teen and young adult, very slightly female biased following.
13 about.com 45M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a very slightly female biased audience.
14 mapquest.com 45M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly female slanted, more educated, more affluent group.
15 blogspot.com 43M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more educated following.
16 nextag.com 43M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a more affluent, more educated, skewing older audience.
17 craigslist.org 40M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a very slightly male biased, fairly wealthy audience.
18 ask.com 39M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly more female than male audience.
19 answers.com 37M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more youthful, more educated following.
20 adobe.com 34M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a slightly female slanted, skewing older audience.
21 photobucket.com 34M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly more female than male, teen audience.
22 go.com 34M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more affluent group.
23 reference.com 32M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a teen, more educated audience.
24 wordpress.com 31M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a youthful crowd.
25 information.com 30M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a slightly female slanted crowd.
26 cnn.com 29M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more educated, rather male, fairly wealthy audience.
27 windows.com 29M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a skewing older following.
28 walmart.com 26M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a very slightly female biased audience.
29 paypal.com 26M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a adult, fairly wealthy audience.
30 blogger.com 24M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a more educated audience.
31 flickr.com 23M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly male slanted audience.
32 att.com 22M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a very slightly female biased audience.
33 target.com 21M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a somewhat female audience.
34 imdb.com 21M+ U.S. monthly people.
35 comcast.net 21M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more affluent, skewing older, very slightly female biased audience.
36 geocities.com 21M+ U.S. monthly people.
37 bizrate.com 20M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a skewing older, more affluent audience.
38 bankofamerica.com 18M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a adult, more affluent, more educated crowd.
39 yellowpages.com 18M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a adult, rather female following.
40 smileycentral.com 17M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a younger, more female following.
41 webmd.com 16M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a skewing older, more female audience.
42 nytimes.com 16M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a skewing older, fairly wealthy, very slightly male biased, more educated audience.
43 ehow.com 15M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a slightly more female than male audience.
44 pbs.org 15M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a more educated audience.
45 apple.com 15M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a younger, fairly wealthy, very slightly female biased group.
46 weather.com 15M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a fairly wealthy, adult, more educated audience.
47 whitepages.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a skewing older, very slightly female biased following.
48 yahoo.net 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more educated, more affluent, adult audience.
49 classmates.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a slightly more female than male, skewing older group.
50 nbc.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a slightly female slanted crowd.
51 chase.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a adult, slightly female slanted, more affluent, more educated audience.
52 careerbuilder.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a slightly female slanted group.
53 mywebsearch.com 14M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a largely female audience.
54 evite.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a somewhat wealthy, more educated, very slightly female biased crowd.
55 monster.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a very slightly female biased following.
56 capitalone.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a very slightly female biased, adult audience.
57 download.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a very slightly male biased audience.
58 usps.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a adult, more educated following.
59 barackobama.com 13M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more African American, fairly wealthy, skewing older, more educated, somewhat female crowd.
60 newsweek.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a fairly wealthy, more educated, slightly more male than female, skewing older following.
61 verizonwireless.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a slightly female slanted, fairly wealthy crowd.
62 bestbuy.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a very slightly male biased crowd.
63 tripod.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people.
64 shopzilla.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a skewing older, slightly female slanted crowd.
65 wellsfargo.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly female slanted crowd.
66 merriam-webster.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more educated, fairly wealthy audience.
67 hp.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a skewing older audience.
68 metacafe.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a slightly male slanted, younger crowd.
69 comcast.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a adult, slightly female slanted, fairly wealthy audience.
70 linkedin.com 12M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a very slightly male biased, middle aged, more affluent, more educated following.
71 digg.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more male audience.
72 foxnews.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a fairly wealthy, more educated, slightly more male than female, skewing older audience.
73 reunion.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a rather female, skewing older audience.
74 pronto.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a skewing older group.
75 typepad.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a more educated, more affluent audience.
76 jcpenney.com 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a primarily female, skewing older following.
77 nih.gov 11M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more educated, skewing older, somewhat female audience.
78 netflix.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a adult, very slightly female biased, more educated audience.
79 wikimedia.org 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a slightly more male than female, teen, more educated audience.
80 addresses.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a very slightly female biased, skewing older audience.
81 ups.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a adult, more affluent following.
82 symantec.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a skewing older crowd.
83 smarter.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a slightly more female than male, 50+ audience.
84 dell.com 10M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a skewing older, more educated audience.
85 ezinearticles.com 10.0M+ U.S. monthly people.
86 allrecipes.com 9.8M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a mostly female group.
87 findstuff.com 9.8M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a slightly female slanted audience.
88 time.com 9.8M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a somewhat male, more educated, more affluent, skewing older audience.
89 people.com 9.7M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a more affluent, slightly female slanted crowd.
90 huffingtonpost.com 9.7M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a more educated, middle aged, rather male, more affluent crowd.
91 gamespot.com 9.5M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a more male, teen audience.
92 washingtonpost.com 9.5M+ U.S. monthly people. The site appeals to a skewing older, fairly wealthy, slightly more male than female, more educated audience.
93 webcrawler.com 9.4M+ U.S. monthly people.
94 circuitcity.com 9.4M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a adult audience.
95 job.com 9.3M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a more African American, somewhat female group.
96 hulu.com 9.3M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a slightly male slanted audience.
97 ticketmaster.com 9.0M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a slightly female slanted, more affluent following.
98 overstock.com 9.0M+ U.S. monthly people. The site attracts a rather female, more affluent, skewing older following.
99 local.com 8.9M+ U.S. monthly people. The site caters to a skewing older, very slightly female biased audience.
100 nfl.com 8.9M+ U.S. monthly people. The site is popular among a more male, more affluent group.

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Search Engine Statistics – What Market Share?

2008 April: According to 2008 March figures from Hitwise

  1. Google has the largest market share of U.S. based web searches at 67%
    • 2008 February 66.44%
    • 2008 January 65.98%
    • 2007 December 65.98%
    • 2007 November 65.10%
    • 2007 October 64.49%
    • 2007 September 63.55%
    • 2006 October 60.94%
  2. Yahoo is second with a market share of 20%
    • 2008 February 20.59%
    • 2008 January 20.94%
    • 2007 December 20.88%
    • 2007 November 21.21%
    • 2007 October 21.65%
    • 2007 September 22.55%
    • 2006 October 22.34%
  3. MSN is third with a market share of 7%
    • 2008 February 6.95%
    • 2008 January 6.90%
    • 2007 December 7.04%
    • 2007 November 7.09%
    • 2007 October 7.42%
    • 2007 September 7.83%
    • 2006 October 10.72%
  4. Ask is fourth with a market share of 4%
    • 2008 February 4.16%
    • 2008 January 4.21%
    • 2007 December 4.14%
    • 2007 November 4.63%
    • 2007 October 4.76%
    • 2007 September 4.32%
    • 2006 October 4.34%

Source: Hitwise Press Releases