Yahoo’s sites edged out Google’s in July 2013 to be the top collection of Internet properties in the U.S., according to comScore.
Yahoo had 196,564,000 unique visitors, comScore says, compared with Google’s 192,251,000.
Traffic from Tumblr, which Yahoo acquired in May, “did not directly contribute to Yahoo’s visitor tally,” comScore’s Andrew Lipsman told CNN. Tumblr is the 28th most popular site in comScore’s rankings.
Other news sites in the Top 10 include AOL’s sites, which include The Huffington Post and TechCrunch, as well as those belonging to CBS Interactive and Turner Digital. The New York Times’ sites are No. 33 on the list.