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Hitwise: 1 in 5 U.S. pageviews belong to Facebook

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.

By February 2, 2012

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Hitwise: U.S. Google+ traffic leaps 55 percent in December

U.S. users visited Google+ 49 million times in December, Experian's statistics show. Facebook remains dominant, though, with many more visitors.

By January 3, 2012

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Instagram one month later: No hint of lingering troubles

After the December debacle over new wording in Instagram's terms of service, traffic statistics suggest the photo-sharing giant has recovered nicely.

By January 2, 2013

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Google's U.K. search share dips below 90 percent

While Google still massively dominates the the U.K. search engine market share, it's beginning to slip the tiniest bit.

By November 7, 2012

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How Instagram became the social network for tweens

Well-intentioned parents who've kept their tweens off Facebook are catching on to the workaround: kids are turning to Instagram, the photo-sharing app that may as well be a social network.

By September 8, 2012

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Facebook dominates Hitwise list of top searches

The social-networking giant beats out Google for the top spot in the traffic company's annual list of most-visited Web sites.

By December 29, 2010

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Facebook endorses Google's SPDY networking protocol

SPDY, short for "speedy," is a faster and more secure successor to HTTP that Google, Facebook and Twitter have adopted.

By July 15, 2012

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Is Pinterest more popular than Tumblr in the U.S.?

New data compiled by Royal Pingdom seems to indicate that Pinterest has overtaken Tumblr in terms of traffic.

By June 28, 2012

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Facebook.com received 9% of all U.S. Internet visits in April

The social network's users are mostly women, they're very loyal, and they've given Facebook.com more than 400B page views this year.

By May 16, 2012

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Instagram users are young and Facebook users are old

A new study shows that the two social-networking sites serve different age groups. Could this be one of the reasons why more people aren't celebrating the buyout?

By April 10, 2012