The top 30 Web properties in the world for March

Romenesko Misc.
The top 10 globally are all U.S. companies, and the only traditional media company in the top 10 is CBS. The list from comScore — exclusive to Poynter — has Twitter ranked 25; New York Times Digital, 26; and Demand Media, 27. The full list follows.


March 2011

Source: comScore Media Metrix

Measures: Total Unique Visitors (000)

Audience: All Persons Ages 15+ at Worldwide Home/Work Locations

Total Internet : Total Audience 1,350,539

1. Google Sites 996,706
2. Microsoft Sites 895,813
3. FACEBOOK.COM 692,998
4. Yahoo! Sites 679,738
5. Wikimedia Foundation Sites 400,011
6. Amazon Sites 271,264
7. AOL, Inc. 247,697
8. Ask Network 236,956
9. Apple Inc. 234,944
10. CBS Interactive 234,656
11. eBay 218,809
12. TENCENT Inc. 214,254
13. Glam Media 204,134
14. Baidu.com Inc. 202,995
15. VEVO 201,230
16. Sohu.com Inc. 177,534
17. Viacom Digital 163,349
18. Adobe Sites 160,625
19. Turner Digital 152,103
20. NetShelter Technology Media 150,348
21. WordPress 149,736
22. BitTorrent Network 142,495
23. The Mozilla Organization 134,863
24. Alibaba.com Corporation 132,534
25. TWITTER.COM 129,439
26. New York Times Digital 128,726
27. Demand Media 124,125
28. Technorati Media 122,858
29. SINA Corporation 116,166
30. DAILYMOTION.COM 109,601

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  • http://www.facebook.com/len.lacara Len LaCara

    There are two words that likely explain CBS Interactive’s presence in the top 10: “March Madness.”

  • http://twitter.com/JakeSwearingen Jake Swearingen

    Anyone who has ever run analytics on their own site and then looked at what ComScore reports knows that these numbers are, at best, only loosely connected to reality. The day that media buyers finally start migrating over to Quantcast will be a happy one.