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Trial and Error

Keeping Track of Traffic

March 20, 2008 2:00 PM

By now you probably know that YouTube accounts for one-third of all online videos viewed. That’s according to a comScore report analyzing January Internet traffic.

Here’s the chart showing how the top 10 properties stacked up.

Top U.S. Online Video Properties* by Videos Viewed, January 2008
Total U.S. – Home/Work/University Locations

Property Videos

Share (%) of
Total Internet 9,814,010 100.0%
Google Sites 3,363,335 34.3%
Fox Interactive Media 584,132 6.0%
Yahoo! Sites 315,001 3.2%
Microsoft Sites 199,288 2.0%
Viacom Digital 197,737 2.0%
AOL 118,033 1.2%
Disney Online 95,041 1.0%
Time Warner (excluding AOL) 85,467 0.9%
ESPN 81,402 0.8%
ABC.com 49,017 0.5%

Source: comScore Video Metrix


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