Analytical company Nielsen, a world leader in consumer behavior research, has presented a rather interesting report on the visits to the resources of leading consumer products companies over the past six months.
The company's website was the winner. Microsoft, which was visited by an average of 94 million users per month. Next, by a significant margin, is Amazon with his 72 million. Third place went to Apple - 68.7 million. Also among the most visited were Adobe, Mozilla and cnet.
At the same time, it was noted that the average time spent visiting a site Microsoft was 42 minutes, and Amazon - only 29 minutes. The absolute record of pastime was set by the resource Apple, where users lingered for more than one hour. The time of visiting the other sites of the five is even less than that of Amazon.
This is followed by detailed statistics about the age and gender of visitors, but it is already less interesting. But an interesting fact is that in comparison with 2010, for the same period of the year 2011, not only attendance increased, but also the amount of transmitted data. Moreover, both indicators increased significantly. There was also a significant increase in the number of users of tablet computers and smartphones.