Amazon Prime Video is January’s Biggest Website Traffic Gainer

Website trade formula for Jan are in! Let’s see that websites scored a many visits, and that websites showed a biggest commission of gains or waste in visits to their sites.

Looking at the 10 many visited websites in January, Alphabet (GOOGL) was  once again the website trade leader, holding a top two domains, Google.com and Youtube.com. Microsoft (MSFT) has combined another domain to a tip 10, with microsoftonline.com during number 10, replacing Ebay (EBAY), which dropped two places, to series 11. 

When it comes to a list of a 100 most-visited websites, Primevideo.com (AMZN)  saw a largest and many poignant growth, with 131% some-more visitors than in Dec 21. Inuit.com (INTU) and HBOMax.com (T) also saw poignant growth, during 40% and 37% respectively. The websites with the biggest dump in trade were Kohls.com (KSS) and Macys.com (M), that mislaid 59% and 50%, respectively.
  

January Winners

Which websites showed a largest increases in visits to their websites in January? At a start of 2022, seductiveness has been high in a SaaS and Streaming Services industries. Indeed, out of a tip 100 domains, a biggest  “Winners” stemmed mostly from those dual industries, as indicated in a draft below:

January Losers 

In January, seductiveness in E-Commerce and Fashion seems to have dropped, post-holidays. Out of a tip 100 domains, a websites with a steepest waste in visitors are compared with those dual industries. Here are a biggest “Losers”:

Notable Rank Changes

We also checked out that websites saw a biggest change in ranking, in terms of volume of website traffic. The biggest change was from a British online gambling website intercasino.com (GB:GYS), which went adult 107 places. Other important websites that rose in ranking were a following: 

Hakuna.live (MTCH), adult 96 places

Discoveryplus.com (DISCA), adult 52 place

Monday.com (MNDY), adult 52 places

Ringcentral.com (RNG), adult 50 places

Huya.com (HUYA), adult 49 places

Join us subsequent month for February’s website trade winners and losers.

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