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Visits: Plus at T-Online and Yahoo!



Visits: Plus at T-Online and Yahoo!


With 23.1 million visitors aged 15 and over, Google was the most visited site in Germany in October. ComScore, a company specializing in the measurement and evaluation of digital media, publishes the number of visitors and growth rates of the Internet pages in October.

According to this, Google is among the top ten in October, with a share of 69 percent of all German Internet users. It is followed by eBay in second place (17.4 million visitors; share 52 percent), Microsoft Sites in third place (17.4 million visitors; share 52 percent), fourth place by Time Warner Network (15.8 million visitors; share 47 percent). percent) and in 5th place United Internet Sites (15.7 million visitors; share 47 percent.

The Otto Group came in sixth (14.1 million visitors; 42 percent share), followed by T-Online Sites (13.8 million visitors; 41 percent share), Wikipedia Sites (13.6 million visitors; 41 percent share) , ProSiebenSat1 Sites (13.5 million visitors; 40 percent share) and Yahoo! Sites (12.1 million visitors; share 36 percent).

As the service provider reports, the media T-Online and Yahoo! in October as the fastest growing websites of the top ten in Germany (each 8 percent plus from September to October). T-Online attracted 13.8 million visitors, Yahoo! reached 12.1 million. Deutsche Bahn was in second place among the top ten websites with the highest growth rates. The number of visitors to www.bahn.de is said to have risen by 15 percent to 5.5 million visitors in October because commuters informed themselves here about the affected routes due to the strike.

Analysts saw an equally significant increase in certain news and information sites. The website of Süddeutscher Verlag recorded growth of 17 percent to 1.8 million visitors, Hubert Burda Media by 11 percent to almost four million visitors and the ARD website, the leader in the top ten websites with the highest growth, increased by 11 percent to seven million visitors.

www.comscore.com