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Google, Microsoft Top Sites in Germany, UK, France

comscore-top-sites-germany-april-2007.gifAmong the World Metrix findings for Germany:

  • Google sites constituted the most-visited property in Germany, attracting 23 million visitors, followed by Microsoft sites with 17.7 million visitors and eBay with 17.4 million visitors.
  • Web-hosting property United-Internet, telecommunications property T-online, and multichannel retail specialists Otto Gruppe and Karstadt-Quelle were also among the Top 10 most-visited sites in April.
  • Otto Gruppe was also the fastest-growing property in April, up 23% to 11.1 million visitors, a healthy rebound that followed a lull in traffic to its flagship site in March.
  • Social networking property StudiVZ (aimed at university students across Europe) and software download site rounded out the top 3 gainers, up 14 and 11%, respectively.
  • Weather property Wetteronline and online video site also posted gains of more than 10%, garnering 1.7 and 3.9 million visitors, respectively.
  • Google maintained its place as the most-visited property in the UK with 27.4 million visitors, followed by Microsoft sites and eBay, with 27 and 21.6 million visitors, respectively.comscore-top-sites-uk-april-2007.gif Google and MSN were visited by nearly nine out of every 10 Britons.
  • The addition of and to Lycos Europe’s portfolio of sites propelled the property to the 11th place.
  • Facebook continued its rapid growth, and was the top gainer in the UK during April – up 38% for the second consecutive month to 3.7 million UK visitors (an aggregate growth of 90% for the two months).
  • Bebo was also a top gainer, up 6% versus March, demonstrating that social networking’s popularity continues to increase in in the UK.
  • Photo-sharing site Photobucket was also a top gainer, up 5% to 2.5 million visitors. Alloy, driven by photo-sharing site, was also up by 4% versus March.
  • Travel sites First Choice Holidays and showed increases (up 9% and 4%, respectively), as people looked for last-minute travel over the Easter period.
  • Easter greetings also drove traffic to American Greetings sites, up 14% to 2.4 million visitors.
  • DIY group Kingfisher also showed gains (up 4% to 4 million visitors) as people showed interest in home improvements during the extended Easter bank holiday weekend.
  • Google remained the most-visited site in France and grew at a faster rate than the French online population in April.
  • The official sites of the two leading French presidential candidates showed substantial activity, with seeing a particular surge at the end of the first round of voting (peaking on 23 April, with 68, 000 unique visitors).
  • News sites Le Monde, and Groupe Amaury (owner of Le Parisien and L’Equipe) showed strong gains (30, 14 and 8%, respectively), boosted by strong public interest in the presidential elections.
  • Two rollovers of the Euro Millions (European lottery) during April drove traffic to French lottery site Francaise des Jeux up 19% to 1.8 million visitors.

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I've lived in Europe and worked in several countries there: Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Holland, Germany, Italy, Kosovo, Macedonia, Slovakia and Switzerland. Mostly, I worked at universities abroad, teaching international buiness. I also tour guided for 'Top Tours' showing American military members around Europe (England, France, Italy, Germany), and Kuoni (the 'Cook's Travel' of Europe), showing Americans Switzerland, Germany, Itly and France.
I tour guided Europeans around the US ('New Orleans Travel'), and I've also tourguided American on their own, around Europe, etc

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