Google takes top Web spot in July

ComScore reports that Google sites garnered more than 141.5 million unique visitors in the month of July. Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL followed.

It should come as no surprise , but Google sites officially continued to dominate the Web landscape in July, drawing more than 141 million unique visitors and placing Yahoo and Microsoft at second and third place, according to analyst group ComScore Media Metrix.

AOL took fourth behind the top sites, all of which were enveloped in discussions about acquisitions or partnerships this summer.

Fox Interactive Media, parent company of MySpace, was the fifth most visited group of sites, with a registered 88 million unique visitors. Facebook, on the other hand, landed at No. 16 with 39 million visitors. However, ComScore reported last week that Facebook is the fastest growing social-networking site.

The top 10 U.S. Web properties in July were rounded out by the big names in search, retail, and media: eBay, Ask Network, Amazon, Wikipedia, and CBS sites.

Disclosure: CNET News is published by CBS Interactive, a unit of CBS.

 

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