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comScore releases their US web traffic report for October, and in a month with the US elections and the World Series, humor and gambling sites lead the way. Go figure.
Read my full analysis on Internet Evolution.
November 23, 2010 in Web/Tech | Permalink
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Oh, it is really surprising that there are no sporting websites on the list, considering the fact that these sports are in full bloom during the latter part of the year. Hmm, I think it is really about what the season is and what the people want to know during this time. It's visible during the election time..
Venice Abolafia |
August 31, 2011 at 10:59 AM
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