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There are over 1.1 billion websites on a internet, though a immeasurable infancy of all trade indeed goes to a really name list of them. Google.com, for example, has an strange 28 billion visits per month. The subsequent closest is also a Google-owned property, Youtube.com, that brings in 20.5 billion visits.
Today’s infographic comes to us from Vodien, and it lists a 100 tip ranking websites in a U.S. by traffic, according to website analytics association Alexa.
The information is grouped by association – for example, we can see that Google controls 4 sites in a Top 100 (Google, Youtube, Blogger, and Google User Content), while Verizon owns a Huffington Post and AOL.com (they will also control Yahoo and Tumblr when that understanding closes in Q2). The information is also sorted by industry, so sites in a identical difficulty are grouped in a same color.
A Steep Dropoff
The dropoff from #1 to #100 is significant. Google.com has 28 billion visits, though a website like Citi.com (ranked #98) usually has 53 million visits a month. That’s a 500x difference!
Meanwhile, a website like ours (Visualcapitalist.com) gets one million visits per month, and is ranked #33,000 in a United States – a 50x disproportion from Citi. Further down a route – there are literally millions of little websites that get thousands or only hundreds of visits per month, and some that don’t get any adore during all.
The whole placement is utterly fascinating, and it is transparent that a booty go overwhelmingly to a really tip of a food chain. However, that also means that there is an whole universe of millions of websites out there that roughly no one (except Google’s crawler) has ever seen.