Media 2006: The Year in Traffic

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic

Excepting MSN, traffic to the homepages of the major search engines mimics each engines share of search. Towards the end of the year, most traffic services reported Google with about 50% search share and Yahoo staying constant in 25-27% range. MSN sea

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Search: Average Minutes per Visitor

Excepting MSN, traffic to the homepages of the major search engines mimics each engines share of search. Towards the end of the year, most traffic services reported Google with about 50% search share and Yahoo staying constant in 25-27% range. MSN sea

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Search: Average Minutes per Visitor

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social News: Unique Visitors

Despite Jason Calacanis much-ballyhooed rejiggering of Netscape into a social news portal, the site continued to lose visitors. Newsvine, widely regarded as the site providing the best user experience, struggled in the face of competition from larger

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social News: Unique Visitors

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social News: Average Minutes per Visitor

Despite Jason Calacanis much-ballyhooed rejiggering of Netscape into a social news portal, the site continued to lose visitors. Newsvine, widely regarded as the site providing the best user experience, struggled in the face of competition from larger

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social News: Average Minutes per Visitor

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social Networking: Unique Visitors

Traffic for social networks flattened out a bit this year, with MySpace continuing its romp above all-comers. And despite the much-publicized fall of Friendster, the grandaddy of social networks seemed to gain in the average minutes per visit**Q

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social Networking: Unique Visitors

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social Networking: Average Minutes per Visitor

Traffic for social networks flattened out a bit this year, with MySpace continuing its romp above all-comers. And despite the much-publicized fall of Friendster, the grandaddy of social networks seemed to gain in the average minutes per visit**Q

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Social Networking: Average Minutes per Visitor

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Photo: Unique Visitors

Flickr continues its dramatic climb to prominence, adding popular services like geotagging of photos.

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Photo: Unique Visitors

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Photo: Average Minutes per Visitor

Flickr continues its dramatic climb to prominence, adding popular services like geotagging of photos.

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Photo: Average Minutes per Visitor

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Video: Unique Visitors

YouTube blew the competition away this year, using its first-mover advantage to gain critical mass. Metacafe and Heavy are widely regarded as the next two biggest sites. In early Fall Metacafes and Veohs average minutes per visitor were competing wit

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Video: Unique Visitors

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Video: Average Minutes per Visitor

YouTube blew the competition away this year, using its first-mover advantage to gain critical mass. Metacafe and Heavy are widely regarded as the next two biggest sites. In early Fall Metacafes and Veohs average minutes per visitor were competing wit

Media 2006: The Year in Traffic - Video: Average Minutes per Visitor

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