Music Dominates Top 10 Entertainment Sites In US

Music driven sites dominated the top 10 entertainment web sites in the United States in early 2013, according to Nielson. Top ranked YouTube’s website had 124 million unique U.S. visitors in January 2013 who spent an average of 1 hour 57 minutes using the site during the month.

Top 10 Entertainment Sites In U.S.

Rank Brand Unique Audience Time Per Person (hh:mm:ss)
1 YouTube 124,073,000 1:57:28
2 iTunes 44,965,000 1:11:58
3 Comcast Digital Entertainment Websites 33,825,000 0:54:42
4 Yahoo! Sports Websites 32,581,000 0:25:02
5 IMDb 29,783,000 0:17:49
6 Netflix 28,076,000 0:46:31
7 ESPN Digital Network 27,366,000 1:02:05
8 Omg! Websites 25,298,000 0:08:55
9 VEVO 25,204,000 0:07:54
10 FOXSports.com on MSN 24,385,000 0:09:59
Top 10 Web Brands by Unique Audience (U.S. Total)

Rank Brand Unique Audience Time Per Person (hh:mm:ss)
1 Google 170,629,000 2:05:30
2 Facebook 145,297,000 6:41:44
3 Yahoo! 135,100,000 2:32:52
4 YouTube 124,073,000 1:57:28
5 MSN/WindowsLive/Bing 123,133,000 1:15:40
6 Microsoft 86,986,000 0:47:26
7 Amazon 84,735,000 0:38:14
8 AOL Media Network 83,826,000 2:09:36
9 Wikipedia 76,310,000 0:24:25
10 Ask Network 69,447,000 0:12:30
Read as: Google had 170 million unique U.S. visitors in January who spent 2 hours 5 minutes per person on average during January 2013.

Via Hypebot