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Thread: Biggest South African websites - December 2011 edition

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    Biggest South African websites - December 2011 edition

    Latest DMMA/Effective Measure statistics reveal which SA websites rule the local Internet space

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    If I access news24 via opera mini or blackberry does that count as local of international?

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    Does anybody else feel like we get these "biggest websites" articles just a little bit too often?

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    Competition between the various SA websites is BIG. To us regular users who simply sit down and use what we like it's not tangible. But when you're working in that environment you experience the stress of being biggest and being first ALL the time.

    When visitor stats and traffic and ad revenue determine your livelihood, it's a constant fight to attain and maintain a good ranking.

    Also, the internet is a rapidly growing environment in SA. It's interesting and important to see how the various sites are doing.

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    exclude Vodafone Live portal.it is unintentional visit to many.if one uses Vodacom,especially on Android devices,it will go to Vodafone Live portal when starting the browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matsepane View Post
    exclude Vodafone Live portal.it is unintentional visit to many.if one uses Vodacom,especially on Android devices,it will go to Vodafone Live portal when starting the browser.
    If you're using the internet on an Android device you can change your browser homepage settings to avoid that, or install a different (and probably better) browser. It's easy enough, so it stands to reason that many folks are actually using the Portal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AniV View Post
    If you're using the internet on an Android device you can change your browser homepage settings to avoid that, or install a different (and probably better) browser. It's easy enough, so it stands to reason that many folks are actually using the Portal.
    Or that they don't know how/too lazy to change their homepage.

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