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Top 15 Domains in Unique Visitors for 12/07

Search-Engines-Web.com [PersonRank 10]

Tuesday, January 15, 2008
16 years ago3,452 views

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Search-Engines-Web.com [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

Biggest Movers and Drops from December 2006 to December 2007

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   * The web has yet to reach its “Social Peak”: Among the fastest growing sites, eighteen of the twenty offer a prominent peer-to-peer communication platform. Even in the adult video category, sites that function almost identically to YouTube (redtube.com and youporn.com) represent the fastest growing niche.

   * Online daters would much rather be subjected to ads than a checkout form: Two of the fastest growing sites (Iamfreetonight.com and datehookup.com with 31000% and 3050% growth respectively) are relatively new entrants to an already crowded online personals market. Both services succeed by offering free membership and generating revenue through advertising, a business model they share with only a handful of other services.

   * New Social Networks still have a chance…as long as they find their niche: CaféMom appeals to a very specific group, and has captured a substantial audience (and grown over 2000% in one year) despite the constant buzz surrounding Facebook last year.

   * People place a high value on peer opinion: Both Stumbleupon and Reddit both grew by over 500% in 2007. Digg.com (not listed) also grew by nearly 300% in terms of visits in 2007.

beussery [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

What, no Facebook?

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