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Russia remains the leader in the number of Internet users in Europe
20.01.2012 2083

Russia remains the leader in the number of Internet users in Europe

Russia remains the leader in the number of unique Internet users among European countries, according to data from the report of the statistical company ComScore for November 2011.

According to this report, the Russian Internet audience in November 2011 of the year amounted to 52,486 million users over the age of 15. On average, every Russian user spent hours in November on the 24,5 network and browsed about 2,73 thousands of web pages.

Russia became the leader in Europe in terms of the number of Internet users, overtaking the former leader - Germany. Currently, the online audience in Germany is 50,856 million unique users. That is, the gap between the number of Internet users in the two countries has increased by 0,93 million people.

ComScore also published a list of the 15 fastest growing Internet projects in Europe, the leader among which was the Kingfisher project with an audience growth of 21%. In the penultimate place was the Russian Rambler, which increased its audience in November by 5% compared to October - from 22,565 million to 23,596 million users.

According to ComScore, about 50% of all European Internet users visit information sites. The leader among information sites in November was the site of the publication Mail Online with 20,068 million users. On the eighth and tenth place in the ranking are the sites of the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda (7,233 million visitors) and the news agency RIA Novosti (6,182 million visitors), respectively.

According to ComScore statistics, the global Internet audience in November amounted to 1,438 billion unique users, while Europe accounts for 379,4 million users. On average, Europeans spent 27,8 hours on the Internet in November and browsed 2,982 thousands of web pages each.

Against this background, the message that the number of users of the Google+ social network has exceeded 90 million looks logical. This was announced by Google CEO Larry Page.

Google+ was launched at the end of June 2011 as an alternative to Facebook, whose number of users now exceeds 800 million. Initially, registration on the site was by invitation, but on 20 of September 2011 of the year it became open to everyone. About this writes the site rb.ru
Russia remains the leader in the number of unique Internet users among European countries, according to data from the report of the statistical company ComScore for November 2011.
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