Google top internet destination in 2011

Google racked up the most unique monthly visitors in 2011, followed by Facebook

December 29, 2011
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According to research firm Nielsens, Google was the top internet destination in 2011, closely followed by Facebook.

The search giant logged an average of 153.4 million unique visitors per months, marginally higher than Facebook’s average monthly unique visitor count of 137.6 million.

Yahoo rounded off the top three with 130.1 million unique monthly visitors

Microsoft networks (MSN/WindowsLive/Bing) and Google’s YouTube filled out the top 5 spots.

Google may be the top internet destination for 2011, but Facebook retains its position as the top Social network over the previous year.

It was followed by Blogger at 45.7 million, and Twitter at 23.5 million.

Google+ sits in 8th place, with 8.2 million average monthly unique visitors.

Nielsen top web brands 2011

Nielsen top web brands of 2011

Read the full story at: Cnet.

Tags: facebook, Google, Nielsen, Twitter, Yahoo!

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