June US Web Stats: Surfed Pages Increase

July 16, 2009

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Analytics, Automated & MarTech | Media & Entertainment | Paid Search | Search Engine Optimization

The average online American visited 88 web domains, had 51 internet sessions, surfed 2,569 pages and spent 57 seconds per page during June 2009, according to (pdf) data from Nielsen Online.


This data represents a decline in sessions and domains visited vs. May, when the average US web user had 59 sessions and visited 104 domains. However, despite the shorter month, the number of pages surfed increased by 217 pages in June, up from 2,352 in May.

June statistics for pages surfed also represent an increase over April, when Americans viewed an average of 2,446 pages.

Top 10 Parent Companies/Divisions

Nielsen also provided June 2009 data for the top parent companies/divisions and top web brands.

Not surprisingly, Google remains the top parent company, with 155.6 million home and work visitors to at least one of its sites or who launched Google-owned application during the month. Each person spent, on average, a total of 2 hours and 31 minutes at one or more Google site or applications.

Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL and News Corp. round out the top five.


Top 10 Web Brands

As has been the case for a significant period of time, Google also topped the list of web brands with the largest unique audiences. Google saw 147 million unique visitors in June 2009, each of whom spent an average of 1 hour and 49 minutes its the site.

Yahoo, MSN/Windows Live/Bing, Microsoft and AOL round out the top five.



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