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Everyone knows Facebook is a popular site, but new numbers from Experian Hitwise show just how popular it was in the U.S. during the month of January.
U.S. users visited Google+ 49 million times in December, Experian's statistics show. Facebook remains dominant, though, with many more visitors.
The social-networking giant beats out Google for the top spot in the traffic company's annual list of most-visited Web sites.
Reaching a peak of 1.8 million the week ending July 16, the number of weekly visits seen on Google+ has since been dropping, according to new data from Experian Hitwise.
Google's social-networking experiment saw fewer U.S. visitors last week, according to data released by Experian Hitwise.
Searches for the still-growing-fast social network dominated last year's leader, MySpace, for the first time, according to the traffic firm.
The traffic firm noticed a clear uptick in U.S. Facebook growth after the site launched Facebook Connect in full, and that's when it passed MySpace in traffic.
Aided by its searches for Yahoo, Microsoft's Bing scooped up 30 percent of all searches in the U.S. in March, while Google saw its share continue to dip, says Experian Hitwise.
Bing's share of the search market grew in January, both at its core site and at sites powered by Bing, while Google's share slipped, says new data from Experian Hitwise.
Visits to the social-networking site more than doubled from February 2008 to February 2009, with growth coming in all age groups except for the 18-to-24 set.