1 billion users go online in December

Jan 23, 2009 | Uncategorized

New data from comScore shows that the global web audience surpassed 1bn visitors during December 2008. Asia-Pacific represented 41% of web users, followed by Europe (28%), North America (18%), Latin America (7%), and the Middle East and Africa (5%). China came top of the national league with 18% of the global internet audience, followed by […]

New data from comScore shows that the global web audience surpassed 1bn visitors during December 2008. Asia-Pacific represented 41% of web users, followed by Europe (28%), North America (18%), Latin America (7%), and the Middle East and Africa (5%).
China came top of the national league with 18% of the global internet audience, followed by the US (16.2%0, Japan (6%), Germany (3.7% and the UK (3.6%).
Google sites reached over three quarters of all internet users during the month, receiving 777.9m visits. Microsoft (647.9m visitors) and Yahoo! sites (562.6m) were second and third respectively.
comScore’s figures only include web users aged 15 and above and do not include traffic from public computers or mobile devices.
comScore press release: http://www.comscore.com, 23/01/2009

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