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So Far, Online Retail Holiday Spending Is Up 16% YoY

Holiday season retail e-commerce spending for the first 18 days of the November-December 2012 season is $10.1 billion to date, according to new data released by comScore. That’s up 16% compared to the same time period last year. “The 2012 online holiday shopping season is off to an encouraging start with a 16-percent growth thus far,” said comScore chairman, Gian …

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The Top Web Properties In The U.S. In October Were…

comScore released its monthly Media Metrix rankings for the top fifty U.S. web properties for the month of October. The Elections played a big role in shaping this month’s list. “Political News sites served as an important resource for Americans seeking the latest in the 2012 Presidential race, with the category reaching an all-time high of more than 60 million …

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Online Retail Is Ridiculously Strong This Year

Online spending in the U.S. reached an incredible new high on Cyber Monday, hitting $1.46 Billion for the day, according to comScore. This is the heaviest day of online spending in U.S. history, and follows a record Black Friday for e-commerce. $16.4 billion has been spent online, this holiday season so far (starting from the beginning of November), according to …

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U.S. Online Retail Spending Up 15% From Last Year

comScore put out some new data on U.S. retail ecommerce spending for the third quarter of 2012. It was up 15% from the same quarter in 2011. Online retail spending reached $41.9 billion for the quarter, and the fourth quarter is where we should see the real spending. It’s the twelfth consecutive quarter, by the way, that comScore has shown …

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Gmail Is Now Bigger Than Hotmail

Google said in June that it had 425 million unique users a month (an increase of 75 million from the number the company reported in January). Google has reportedly claimed the top webmail spot based on its own internal numbers, but GigaOm has now shared some comScore data from October indicating that the third party now has Google ahead of …

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September Online Video Rankings Show YouTube Still Leading

ComScore, a leading online media metrics company, today released its online video rankings for September 2012. Unsurprisingly, Google leads the internet in both unique viewers and video ads. According to the new rankings, Google websites, led by YouTube had over 150 million unique viewers in September. YouTube viewers watched over 13 billion videos for an average of 419 minutes per …

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

comScore has released its Media Metrix rankings for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. in September. “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 …

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September U.S. Search Market: Google Up, Microsoft Flat, Yahoo Down

comScore has released its latest numbers for the U.S. search market. They show Google sites up 0.3% in September at 66.7%, followed by Microsoft sites at 15.9% and Yahoo sites at 12.2%. Ask came in at 3.5%, and AOL came in at 1.8%. Microsoft remained flat from month to month, while Yahoo dropped by .6%. “More than 16.3 billion explicit …

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Apple, Google Continue to Take Market Share From RIM

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The latest ComScore numbers are out, and it appears that Google and Apple are still draining away RIM’s market share in the smartphone market. The numbers estimate that Google’s Android software now runs on 52.2% of U.S. smartphones as of July 2012, up from 50.8% in April of this year. Apple’s iOS …

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iPhone 5 Sells As Many in 3 Days as the iPhone 4S Did in One Month

Today was finally it. iPhone 5 day. Customers who had been waiting in lines outside of Apple stores were finally able to enter and receive their new most-prized possession. But, wait – isn’t that deja vu we’re all feeling? Hasn’t this all happened before? Indeed, it has, but if you think the hype for the iPhone 5 compares to that …

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Bing Up, Google Down In Latest Search Market Report

comScore released its reports for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. and U.S. search market share today. The two reports may have a direct relationship in terms of the market share fluctuation between Google and Microsoft. In the top 50 web properties report, comScore revealed that Google sites, while still on top, dropped from 190 million unique visitors …

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Here’s A Look At The Top 50 Web Properties In The U.S.

comScore has released its Media Metrix rankings for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. in August. And here they are: Google Sites ranked at the top yet again, with 187 million unique visitors. This is actually down from 190 million in July. Microsoft sites were in second place with 170 million (up from 169 million) and Yahoo Sites …

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