Pinterest Cracks The Top 50 Sites On The Web [U.S.]

    October 24, 2012
    Chris Crum
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comScore has released its Media Metrix rankings for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. in September.

comScore Top 50

“Students and teachers were back in the classroom in September, resulting in a surge in traffic to Education sites that earned it the #1 spot on the top-gaining categories chart,” said notes Jeff Hackett, executive vice president of comScore. “September also marked the first time that popular social media site Pinterest cracked comScore’s Top 50 Properties ranking as it surpassed 25 million visitors for the month.”

Google Sites, while still at the top, remained flat from month to month at 187 million visitors. Microsoft Sites took second place again at 167 million, down from 170 million the previous month. Yahoo Sites took third place again with 164 million, which is the same as it had the previous month.

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  • https://sites.google.com/site/weightlossdetailsaz/ Marian

    I strongly believe that the development of “Pinterest” will explode in the coming months!

  • http://www.connectservices.biz Pat

    I’m sure google will get jealous and try copying it if they haven’t already. Just like they did with google + , google offers and a hundreds more…

  • http://www.knightrealm.com Mick Lehr

    In September 2012 it was reported that people were spending more time on Pinterest than Facebook. Almost all Facebook postings have a photo but with Pinterest you can view more photos at once without scrolling down a timeline.

  • http://www.ViDrive.com ViDrive

    It is interesting to see how Pin is growing. They offer more friendly features

  • http://www.absolutewebdesign.co.uk/ mark

    This is really interesting to see, it’s surprising to see some of the most well known ecommerce websites such as ebay are so far down on the list. I’m also expecting to hear a lot more people talking about pintrest soon.