I officially update my estimate.
1.20 billion visits in 6 months, which is equivalent to 6557377 visits per day. (6.5*6**10^6 to 3sf)
each visit lasts 10'49". Employment rate is 95.3 in U.S
The average worker browses Reddit 2.3 times a day
Putting it all together we have 2.3 visits per work day * 95.3% employment rate *649 seconds*6.5*6**10^6 visits per day=9.317*10^9 seconds or 2.59 million hours.
EDIT: I think I have made a mistake somewhere (actually in two places, I rounded incorrectly). This calculation was trying to find out, given the number of Reddit visits per day and the average time per visit how much time is wasted at work. The units for 2.3 are wrong in someway but I'm not sure how. You see the employment rate (which ideally would be a G20 average or a weighted world average rather than just the U.S average) figure and the 2.3 visits figure should somehow cancel out to give the percentage of time spent browsing Reddit which happens at work.
I'm getting confused, everyone's saying pcgamer is irrelevant or dead, yet even you link info from them to this sub because you don't want to link a 2 hour podcast from someone else that gets their news from pcgamer?
They have a heap of journos with contacts in most every company same as IGN, Polygon etc and even have there own show at E3 which most of the PC gaming crowd watches, They had 41 Million page views just last month.
I'm just trying to understand how people here are all of a sudden saying they're dead or irrelevant all of sudden, seems this sub just loves a bandwagon everything that Epic touches regardless who they are or in this case what they do, this is just a news website this time lol.
Metrics for reference [link]
What's more likely, a plane crash, or someone getting bent out of shape about the "shhhhmokin' hot" joke and complaining in the news about it?
The plane crash certainly is worse, but the PR backlash of a pissed off Karen is 99.9995% more likely.
Yep, they're usually wearing similar style sunglasses too, I should have mentioned that. They're also generally "fratty" or "bro", whatever you want to call it, but well past typical college age, like mid to late 30s or early 40s. I'm curious where it comes from, it's a bit like the male version of this:
Homer, I have no idea where you're going with this. The last article posted from this site was in September. And according to SimilarWeb they got less than 5,000 views a month. This isn't low hanging you posted here. The fruit fell on the ground and is rotting.
It looks like this. Really, it's more than the haircut. It's the general bearing and attitude of someone who is self-righteously itching to pick a fight with someone. The woman in the photo is stereotypical.
China has an approximate population of 1.371 billion. 1% of that is 13,710,000. A further 1% of that is 137,000. That's still such a big number.
According to this website, Reddit gets about 1.3 billion unique visitors a day. So if 1% is actually accurate, that would mean China is about 5.11% of all Reddit traffic. Just thought that was interesting.
Yeah, this is a smalltime website, the registrant has a Tehran address associated with it. It gets very little traffic, less than 55000 visitors for the entirety of November. Plus, it has no ads at all, so basically they have no way of making money from visits. This gives rise to the following questions:
If this allegation turn out to be true, I wouldn't be surprised. On the contrary, a lot of indications point out to something fishy going on. But this is not the proof we're looking for and it doesn't have the details that would help us understand exactly who is the actor behind this (central government? local military officials? paramilitary?)
Ok, guys, let's stop posting this, alright?
That is total page views vs. unique views.
T_D gets ~173k unique views per day, but CNN gets ~1.341k unique views per day.
T_D gets ~1.762k total page views per day, but CNN gets ~417m total page views per day.
We're better than this, 'pedes! Let's not post fake news ourselves! I hate the CNN cucks too, but it's more widely known than reddit is.
I've seen some on twitter this morning saying traffic was at 63M and that was a drop; only stats I can find are here and show a drop but not that large. Alexa's stats page is here but traffic stats are only available with a paid subscription.
This is probably a fake article.
This is "original" website that posted it. Info from their "about us" page is fake. They're claiming they started doing digital content in 2007 - which is simply untrue. According to similarwebsite they firstly get any traffic in MAY 2017.
Furthermore, according to who.is website was registered in 2017 - any recognizable brand would either buy their namedomain.com back in the day when it was first available OR buy it from some domain squatter (who would also register it around 96-00). [link]
THIS. IS. FAKE.
What really surprised me recently is how much traffic the Drudge Report website gets.
150M monthly visits. Average visit lasts 23 minutes and more than 9 pages are opened.
I've never seen anything like this. On most websites (including Breitbart or infowars), visits last 2-3 minutes and only two pages are opened.
The site was steadily increasing month by month but has not experienced a sharp decline from October to November. Here is the link to SimilarWeb:
That's a huge hit and loss of momentum in visitors for the site.
This isn't true though. They verified their Alexa by putting an Alexa code on their site which shot them up 300 spots. If Pornhub did that, we would be #1. Here is the real traffic difference, [link].
According to Similar Web a slight majority of AAM's social traffic comes from Reddit. I know I personally didn't know about the site before I visited this sub. Maybe posting here isn't as harmful as you think?
JB traffic against Mangaplus.
The investment of 2500$ per month to get raw through illegal way before their official release date is worth it.
A cunt cap is the infamous "I want to speak to a manager" haircut.
I understand the risk involved with "rescuing" anyone's kid these days, but to let a 7 year old kid to wander lost on an airstrip was too much for us. The way she acted, as though he was a rock in her shoe she had to get rid of, really made me angry. I'm not a mother but I felt for the little guy. :(
I noticed that on SimilarWeb too before Paul did but there's something off with that. Looking at Alexa they're still in the top 200 most visited sites. Number 33 in the US.
Washington Post meanwhile is number 34 in the US but SimilarWeb has it pulling in 228 million. I don't know who to believe.
FFN does not, in fact, have more readers overall anymore. It may have more historical users and the overall fic count may be higher (I'm not sure I agree with the second--AO3 is growing fast), but it gets way more traffic than FFN these days.
> (Also shrinking number of verticals to "three or five")
Waypoint in trouble?
(IDK how accurate this is, but those aren't good figures...)
It's not higher than Pornhub. In a day, Pornhub gets more traffic than Breitbart gets all month. [link]
Breitbart "verified" their Alexa by putting a snippet on their site and shot up 300 spots. If Pornhub did that, we would be #1 easily. It's cheating, sorry :(
Third party traffic estimations are always sketchy. I've used them pretty extensively, making comparisons to actual Google Analytics data, and they are typically off by anything up to a factor of 10.
For example, the one that I consider to the the industry leader, Similar Web, currently shows thebrexitparty.org as having received 1.14 million visitors so far.
Keep in mind this is based on comment engagement. Kotaku UK still beats Niche Gamer in traffic. At least according to SimilarWeb or Alexa.
Kotaku UK, Niche Gamer
I've seen Kotaku UK articles not have any comments on their pages. Niche Gamer is like Gematsu, Siliconera, and Destructoid in terms of dedicated fanbases. May not be as popular as the others but they're there.
Also, both use Disqus. You don't even have to go on the dedicated websites to comment in the comments section.
CNN reached more global unique visitors than any other news platform in the world in December 2020, with 192 million unique multiplatform visitors per month
In November it was over a billion viewers
Cnn Literally employs nazis. Ad all liberals are
@ L&S money gang: Trade Republic im deutschen Google Playstore-Ranking auf Platz 8 und Frankreich mittlerweile schon auf Platz 11!
Die Expansion nimmt immer mehr Fahrt auf :)
FWIW, Source: SimilarWeb
You could argue that "visited" is better tracked by Alexa and "used" is better tracked by SimilarWeb but, all in all, pornhub is a big deal and her point stands.
I remember a (relevantly) short haired matriarch marching her family in tight formation through my very nice and safe neighborhood, scaring her children about all dangerous things they had to watch out for here because their van had broken down.
Take a look:
They had a huge spike during the same period that NeoGaf had this drop and it is like they had more than twice as many visitors last months than NeoGaf did.
> They're not the be all, end all of video game journalism or criticism.
No one thinks they are, not even Giantbomb themselves. People just like them, is that hard to understand? They're very popular.
> Their only real claim to fame is the fact that they used to drink during their panels and they actually had a funny guy on the show who unfortunately passed away too early.
This is just straight up the dumbest shit i've read. They've got great chemistry, some of the funniest video game videos on the internet, been together for a hell of a long time, they know a hell of a lot about video games and more.
Ryan was amazing, and he did pass on too early, i'll give you that.
> They don't break news.
PS4 Pro & Titanfall stuff they broke. but sure. News was never their main focus ever. Even ask them.
> They don't offer some significant insight in a game.
That's an opinion since that can't be measured. But with the 11 million views a month they get, i'm inclined to disagree.
> At best they throw up commentary with a political slant for the sake of getting some hits from people who think the author is full of shit.
Which author is that? Austin or Patrick? neither which work at Giantbomb? Again, another bad point.
> But like a lot of video game podcast, they ride of the wave of familiarity as gamers won't bother with a podcast that isn't from a popular website or YouTuber.
They have one of the biggest podcasts (actually 2) video game podcasts in the world. They are a popular website. So again, shitty point.
Did they make you angry when they came out against GamerGate? Because you are just spreading bullshit about something you don't know.
>> or noticed the chinese affiliations it garnered all of a sudden
Bentima House - Seventh Floor,
168-172 Old St
London, EC1V 9BP, UK
I have no idea who they are but the above
indicates that they reside in the UK.
Could you explain your claim about "chinese
affiliation", unless it was deliberately FUD by
> Many extensions get sold off to chinese companies
By the way, if an extension is open source,
then obviously people can (re)use it at will.
Then damage by spyhackers is mitigated
since the spycode can be easily removed.
The authors should still put in prison. I consider
that activity illegal.
The Financial times claim that the live(d) in a converted barn with a mortgage, whilst he pretended to live in a stately home that was rented out for events and used for a backdrop for his big donation announcements.
GoSkippy is not a big business, opendemocracy and others have been unable to verify his wealth, the regulators in gibraltar confirmed that his companies were undercapitalised and had no money.
Then all of a sudden he becomes the biggest political donor in british history, ever.
All the while posting furiously pro Putin talking points, meeting hte russian ambassador and oligarchs and mysteriously finding diamonds in diamond mines in places that experts say are non productive.
Oh, his wife is the daughter of a Kremlin official, drives a car with the number plate X Mi5 SPY and was involved in a honey trap scandal by russian intelligence targeting UK MPs (mike hancock) and also NATO officials, separately.
According to this article, LINE is installed on 80% of Android devices in Japan. Also from the very little personal experience I have talking to people from Japan, LINE is essentially the only messenger used there. As /u/isl_13113 mentioned, the remainder of messaging is done through email.
NOPE. As someone who uses google, can confirm you are full of crap.
Infowars 24M monthly [link]
New York Times - 350M monthly
OP's submission is a bit of a shitpost, but comparing Reddit.com to CNN, Reddit is 3 times more popular.
This sub has about 2.5 - 3 million unique IP addresses per month, and about 200 - 250 thousand unique IP addresses per day. That is every person who visits the subreddit.
CNN averages about 5 million unique visitors per day and 417 million per month.
However, Reddit.com is the 7th most popular website in the United States and has 1.2 <strong>b</strong>illion unique visitors per month.
Dexerto: 350k total visits in January
OpTicGaming sub-reddit: 1.8M page views in January
One of the better traffic statistic sites for research is similarweb (Not 100% accurate, but its better than alexa.com, etc). They rank reddit as #11 most visited website in Australia.
I would guesstimate approx somewhere between 2 to 3million Australians per month.
The television audience of Fox News is quite small. Their total audience, defined as the people who view a headline of theirs each day, is massive.
For example, estimated traffic to their site makes them the 36 most visited website in the US with 327 million visits per month.
And that’s not even counting the shares of their content that go out in social media where people only see the headline and don’t click to read the article, traffic via their mobile apps which Similar Web does not tally, and spin off content from other media sources that are essentially “Fox News said ...”
Pretty sure they're the 2nd biggest PC gaming site after pcgamer. Only been around since 2012 but surprised you haven't come across them.
What do you mean? Potentially 65k subscribers just from here? (out of the three main places fans loiter) I'm sure that's miniscule to what they had already! /s
Alexa doesn't have real data, but it tells this:
>Global rank: 497,460. The rank improved 951,359 positions versus the previous 3 months.
Google Trends peaks in the last few months: [link]
Similarweb shows it's traffic went from 10k (2015 Dec) to 80k (2016 Mar)
Also portcanaveralwebcam went from 75k to 180k in one month
Yeah in the last 4 months they've lost more than half of their web traffic. [link]. Certainly thriving, right?
OP, I don't know who this guy is (probably a pucatrade dev), but do not listen to him by any capacity.
TV-Werbung und bei der Verwandtschaft über Ostern mit seinen gains prahlen scheint geholfen zu haben:
TR wieder in den TOP 5 der Apple Appstore-Rankings (Finance)! #teamlus
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None of those sites Mindgeek owns. Also PornIQ and Peeperz are defunct.
>Not to mention that Pornhub is one of the most trafficked site in the world. Number 36 according to Wikipedia
Yes but only the 3rd most trafficked porn site. Not saying we aren't large but no where near a monopoly like you keep asserting.
Any company a pornstar like Siri would shoot for, Mindgeek or not, will upload preview videos on all tube sites, Mindgeek owned or not. You are talking about the entire industry and trying to make it seem like it's unique to Mindgeek. Maybe I'm just missing your point?
its doing fine. its retention rate is still a high 50% which is great for apps
edit: hey downvoter.. i linked proof, like it or not they are doing fine. It is NOT DYING in the least.
Is 6.3M a typo? Doesn't look like you're getting more than 20K, and with only a 13-second average visitor duration, I'm guessing most of your traffic is automated.
It literally does depend on impulsive preteen micro transactions
The top grossing app on the App Store is roblox
If you look at the top apps on the App Store right now none of them are in Apple Arcade
Where did you get that information?
This says the vast majority of Reddit.com traffic is from America. 40.4 percent compared to the second place holder, the UK, with 6.9 percent
EDIT: More sources with similar numbers
I think you might underestimate the website as a moneymaker.
They’ve got the Vox media company, above them which helps, but their website ranks in the top 700 nationwide, which might seem low but is pretty high in the scheme of all websites Americans visit everyday. You could definitely hire a decent staff with that kind of viewership
Wouldn't go that far. Also don't support removing stuff for no reason.
Edit: Just to clarify: My first statement can be easily confirmed by the global stats and the second one refers to the supposed reason (ff.net dying) which is not true.
It's still getting like five million visits or so a month. Pretty decent by obsolete website standards.
Seems to be nothing but hpsting clickbait and music articles now. So you're likely right. As long it's getting views He getting money.
AO3 has vastly overtaken FFN in raw traffic, at the very least. I think one of the things that gives the illusion that FFN is more popular than AO3 is in the differnce in the way that the calculate their views vs. hits, where AO3 works to try and have a hit be an inidvidual visitor, but FFN counts raw clicks. If you have a 50-chapter fic that someone binges, then that's 50 more views on FFN, but only 1 hit on AO3. It looks like a lot more traffic than it actually is. I know for me, but if I find a fic recced or that I want to read on FFN for some reason, the first thing I'll do is check and see if it's on AO3. I have totally passed on fics because the only place I can read them is FFN. I'm quite a lot biased.
Didn't you know 79% of all statistics are fake?
But nah here ya go:
Third one puts it at 58%, other two put it at 38%, and if you think I'm gonna do some deep diving into which is more accurate, there's a -12% chance that's gonna happen.
I'm so sick of this misconception getting posted here without anyone bothering to fact-check. YouTube is the no. 3 most visited site in Japan only beaten by Google and Google again.
Regardless of what source you choose, it's still no. 3- no. 4. This isn't even a recent thing, it was popular in 2013 too.
He got 1 new case since that video but aside from that his inventory is untouched. It's all explained in the first minute of the video. If he was banned then the bots on his gambling site probably got banned and he lost a lot.
That site was massive. For comparison it had as much traffic as opskins does this month and more than what bitskins have this month.
She doesn't have to debate him. But she should want to to get more coverage for herself (and a $10,000 donation). Unless she's scared he's gonna expose her for being an idiot?
The daily wire podcast is the fastest growing conservative podcast, the daily wire has 20-30 million page views per month, and he himself has 1.5 million followers on Twitter.
But yeah, he's totally a nobody.
Nein, diese Seite ist echt (bescheuert). Für etwas mehr Netzwerkanalyse siehe hier: [link] - die haben auch einen Youtube Channel: [link] und sind seit Jahren auf verschiedenen Kanälen aktiv.
To be honest, there are really popular chat apps that can delete messages bidirectionally (they replace the content with message deleted). Like Viber, which doesn't have the market share, but it is the most popular one in quite a few countries.
It's a reasonable assumption to make to someone who doesn't know shit about technology and take the "delete" word too seriously.
That's a wrong inflated claim.
According to similarweb data of lovindubai, (which usually quote an average 1.7X of real traffic - which means, the real traffic is only approx 60% of what you see in similarweb), You have around 776K visits/sessions per month. The Pageview per session is a bad 1.28 pages.
Assuming that a user consumes content 4 times a month, we are talking about less than 200K users. If you normalize it using the 1.7X analogy, we are talking about 120K users a month.
With regard to page views, using the same methodology, you are anywhere between 600-700K PVs.
Now, your videos are embedded in pages. So pages get served when someone consumes video. So your video consumption rate definitely ought to be less than 600-700K because that is the number of pages you serve in a month.
It's ok to claim 1.5X of actual traffic. But the numbers you are claiming here are way off.
Potential question: How do you startuphameed, qualify to make this analysis and say this?
My Answer: I managed a content portal that did 80M sessions (comscore authenticated) that had the most sought after video content ( OTT/VOD/Live) in India
Ok, I don't like ruining the party, but let's please not fall for this kind of lying. Check out the stats yourself. These numbers are made up.
Interestingly nytimes.com is blocked in mainland china.
Well, 55% Men and 45% Women IS barely a majority. But theres way more than two countries in the world, so a country can have less than 50% and still be the majority of reddit users.
This link wasn't working
The US is actually majority by quite a bit. This isn't comparable to the % of Men vs. Women in a university.
You can check Alexa.com or some other statistical site. For example, here is statistics for the most popular pornography site, and here is worldwide traffic for the 3rd most popular site. Also keep in mind that some Muslim countries don't even allow access to these pornography sites which would explain higher Google trend results (which doesn't even track total traffic results, but compares relative popularity).
That was my assumption, and that's why I think it would be more impressive.
Looking at [link] , it seems like the site gets around 15M total views per month. It's a rough estimate, but if we assume that to be around 500k per day, it would work out to something like 6 requests per second. So, provided we could write custom software, specifically for the hardware in question, and optimize the data it would serve, could a single RP4 handle 6000 requests per second? I'm wondering if there are fundamental hardware limits that would make that level of performance impossible, or if it's just a software overhead issue.
If it's an actual hardware limit issue, then what is the minimal number of RP4s that could collectively handle 6000 requests per second?
I feel it would probably be much lower than 72.
They bought WhatsApp because then they would own both of the world's top two messaging apps. Whatsapp is the top messaging app in 112 countries while Messenger is the top one in 57 based on the latest data and both have well over a billion monthly active users
Alexa does not have the direct analytical data that Reddit has. Their data is an estimation based on other sources. Just look at this source, it's an estimation [link]
Obviously this is Desktop traffic so we don't have figures on mobile.
Other thing to note, there are reports that claim roughly 40% of web traffic is fake which is traffic coming from bots. Reddit is very easy to game, so some food for thought.
In case you are wondering how stellarX is doing.. it's doing great!
Visitor stats from similarweb:
November:?? (my guess >500k)
And all without paid advertising, great Job StellarX team! Product speaks for itself
Naja laut in Deutschland laut alexa Platz 15, laut SimilarWeb immerhin noch Platz 28. Also gar nicht mal so Nischig.
Have you seen the traffic their gaming website Glixel has been getting. Gus launched it and it hasn't cracked a million in one month. For a website that is sister to Rolling Stone you'd think it'd be more successful. [link]
>Also google has nothing to do with this I don’t even know all the food apps in my city never mind a random country.
Here's what I found in a minute of Googling
If I can find it, am sure Oscar can too
I mean if you want to bring that into the fray then post some numbers as I have done so there is something to discuss.
edit: I got some for you
Guardian.co.uk = 3.34m monthly visits
dailymail.co.uk = 321.68m monthly visits
i.e. For every 100 views DM gets Guardian gets 1.
Those aren't pageviews those are likes within Feedly (which I had never heard of before until you mentioned it)
Kendrick was on the front page of rollingstone.com in two places, one of those being the review of UU, two days after the album came out. There is no way in hell that only 2,000 people clicked on that link. Rolling stone is the 800th most viewed website in the world.
> But chances are Reddit would likely be too small to be regulated, compared to Facebook, YouTube, Instagram etc. Reddit is very small.
Reddit is the 5th most visited social network, globally, and #4 from US visitors. [Source]
What would the cutoff point be? Like, how can Reddit be too small but Instagram isn't when they're that close?
What were the typical number of comments?
Not sure how accurate it is, but the traffic seems to have been decreasing steadily since January if you look at this chart:
I think a lot of people will just realize they've been had and quietly rejoin normal life, but the crazies will get crazier.
KuCoin has 4.64 times more web activity than Bibox but it's volume is less than 1/4 of Bibox volume?
but still coss needs to work faster
According to this & this ~40% of reddit's desktop traffic is from the USA.
As a non American I have to disagree, it's not unique to their region to yell; also over 43% of redditors are from the USA alone, so it's not particularly hard to "Find the Americans".
Looks like the chart is based off early 2018 numbers, although it doesn't look like things have changed all that much if this info is correct:
Where did you get that data? I was trying to find a way to find that data myself, but didn't know how/where to see it.
Edit: I found the site, which sadly doesn't really have September data yet. https://www.similarweb.com/website/jo20.com/#overview
Yeah Googles API is fucking expensive if you're a high traffic site, you start getting charged per request after 28k dynamic street view requests each month. It gets really expensive very quickly... and people on the internet are shockingly unwilling to support the content they consume, so it's not a great situation for people making cool passion projects like that anymore!
And 28k might sound like a lot to a layman, but Geoguessr had roughly 750k visits last month, and if even 50% of them loaded a single map frame that's 375k API calls - or $5250 ($14/1000 requests), on top of the bandwidth they're also using up lol
o caralho que não usam, é o 5º mais usado, apenas atrás do facebook, 2 googles (.pt e .com), e youtube
este site, no entanto, está em 15º, atrás do pornhub e xvideos lol
I think Gamespot having big numbers might be due to GameFAQs moving its site, but, on the other hand, I do remember Gamespot always having huge traffic numbers, compared to IGN, which is always number 2. I do agree with /u/continous that Gamespot in general does have good walkthroughs by itself, even though I do prefer GameFAQs (which is my go-to site for walkthroughs).
Now that I think about it, Gamespot really doesn't have that many controversies associated with them (compared with IGN [ignorant], Kotaku [SJWs], Polygon [ditto], etc.).
On a related note, Nichegamer faces an uphill battle (.84M), but they have been doing good so far and that number is quite expected, considering the majority of their content (I mean, "niche" is what it is, after all).
Alexa is part of Amazon and has very good accuracy. Similarweb, another top tracking site, shows very similar results for Anilist, Anime-Planet, and MAL. Differences are mostly down to when they were snapshotted since it's not realtime.
To be fair, given that a bitcoin is worth, like, 16k... Depending on how much traffic the swtor website sees, assuming this isn't someone taking advantage of a hole in security, you could probably rake in quite a bit of cash before you're caught.
Given that swtor.com (at least, according to SimilarWeb had about seven million hits for November and October, and 4-5 million for the four months before that... Depending on how long this thing's been in operation you could get a lot of blocks mined even if you only manage to hit half the users.
A quick google search gave me this [link]
Even though the U.S. accounts for 42% of traffic to reddit, and among the country where people do use reddit, the site is most popular in the U.S., you cannot say "It's mostly used by Americans" since 58% of traffic to the site is from countries other than the U.S.
Whatsapp has over a billion downloads. 200 million are Indians. I'm sure you can do the math as to how many people are from the rest of the world.
Oh, also, it's the leading communication app in 110 countries.
So yes, Whatsapp rules far and wide, and no other statistic matters.
I think this was probably a free promo meant to drive traffic to their site since I doubt they're getting a lot of visitors rn
EDIT: surprised to see she's getting 34k viewers per month to her site- a lot more than I would've thought: [link]
I swear it's like 90% in the Balkans region. Even my mom (who is generally not proficient with technology to say the least) uses it.
EDIT: ~~I found this: [link]
~~Third most popular globally, also only app behind Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger to claim the #1 spot in 10+ countries.~~
Data only relates to Android.
I used to work at a local animal shelter, and I swear every woman who came through there with the "I'd like to speak to a manager" haircut felt compelled to make a remark to me about how many pit bulls (by which they meant any dog with short hair and a large head) were in the shelter. I mean WTF, would you go to an orphanage and be like, "Ugh, they only have poor orphans. Excuse me, where are the rich orphans?"
I literally saved this comment exclusively because people in FE communities keep spouting this, but nobody ever bothers to google to check:
>I'm so sick of this misconception getting posted here without anyone bothering to fact-check. YouTube is the no. 3 most visited site in Japan only beaten by Google and Google again.
>Regardless of what source you choose, it's still no. 3- no. 4. This isn't even a recent thing, it was popular in 2013 too.
Only because the amount of prime members increased it doesn't mean that the amount of people who use amazon increased aswell. Everyone already uses amazon and you can't grow further than everyone.
Sadly I couldn't find a better statistic but I guess that get's the point aswell. The amount of customers hasn't had a mentionable increase since the 2014 boom
I think this is skewed, by running this on Similar Web it throws a lot of different results.
image demographc: [link]
nhentai allows lolicon content and is 255th most popular website in the world, and 15th most popular porn site in the world according to similarweb.. You will not get in trouble (at least not yet) for viewing lolicon content online.
^i ^still ^recommend ^using ^a ^vpn ^though, ^just ^in ^case.
Or don't, because it's a made up number. If you said month, that would have been at least somewhat believable, but still not true.
Sources I used: [link], [link]
I like JP . I like the way Omar approaches his business.
But souq is a 10 year old business that's active across MENA . They get about 30M visits compared to 1.2 M of jadopado Source
So, logically speaking , your belief is not rational :)
Souq is sick in tech.. They were very lucky to have no competition for a long time. The group had the history of selling almost a wordpress blog aka maktoob to yahoo for $100M ? . They had that cash. They also raised 2-3 rounds of founding without much difficulty ( not sure what they did with that cash though )
Ecommerce is 20% tech and 80% investment driven play . So even if you have a sexy product , you need loads of cash to scale. Omar had a tough time raising it. I personally feel that if someone funded him $100M 5 years back, he would have played a good game against souq.
Well, the US makes up 47% of Reddit users, the rest of the world makes up just over half combined. It's going to be relatable to the largest demographic by a long shot because the next highest number of users by country is the UK at 7%.
Yeah. I like the fact PGR is raising in popularity, but it doesnt need to clickbait other games into it. As if OP is salty over genshin anniversary or something.
As noted by some, it's part of the promotional of Honkai touring SEA as part of SEA server anniversary.
On the plus side, you can see that from this link below, that in oct, overall top grossing games, PGR is at 36 in Philippines, that's a good number considering the other games above it.
Source for Store Top listing
Another Source. And another Alexa Rank Tracker showing 2019 and 2020.
And here's Netdragon confirming monthly active users (MAU) is down about 35% year over year for Neopets in their earnings call slides -- but still banking on a profitable year.
A big reason is Flash no longer loading by default in the major browsers.
Seems switching browsers or installing an extension was a bridge too far for many players.
It doesn't help that TNT has done next-to-nothing to encourage people to stay in the game in terms of updates.
1 I was talking about Donald Rumsfeld
>Just because you’re not American ( on an American website ).
2 only 48.41% of Reddit users are Americans which wouldn’t make them the majority
>I’d think between being a beloved icon of TV and then being found out to be a monster over the last 10 years would have people from all walks of life
You know I totally agree so please tell me everything you know about Eyal Golan because I’d think being a beloved singer and one of the most well known mizrahi music singers in my country would make you know the horrible things he has done to many women and young girls obviously I wouldn’t expect you to know him but since you think people should know the horrible things every celebrity has done regardless of their Origen I’d expect no less, that is if you know anything about MY country’s pop culture because not being Israeli isn’t the default of not knowing who Israelis are
Why did you know I was 16? Because you probably went on my profile that is why, thx for the stalk.
Nema sanse pola miliona za jedan dan kad su im ukupne mesecne posete prema ovome 2,3 miliona. Nesto fejkuju, mozda SEO? Sigurno se neko ovde bolje razume u to.
>Many of them are also new accounts that were created just to post in those subs.
I was ready to dismiss what you just said as conspiracy theory, but then I checked out the OP's account from the top thread in /r/coronavirus.
I am a moderator of /r/cryptocurrency and we see a ton of accounts with shady post history there all the time for the purposes of trying to market something that will "replace bitcoin" at least twice a week.
The news site that he posted doesn't get much traffic, you might have to wait a minute or two to grab full data on it from similarweb: [link]
>I think it’s safe to assume those accounts with older posts were purchased or taken over by CCP propagandists.
I only did some "light digging" on that previous account I mentioned and I would assume the former (for the purposes of monetary gain, boosting the website's traffic / google adsense dollars / alexa ranking) until we have proof of the latter (Chinese-state-owned-media citing the website I listed above).
If your news website is cranking out attractive covid19 content and publishing it and posting it to the right subreddits, your website is making bank if you are the owner.
Yeah that's another factor to consider which makes the calculation all the more difficult. lol.
But i am sure reddit gets a good traffic from Pakistan as-well. As it is 33rd most visited website in Pakistan according to SimilarWeb Top Websites Ranking in Pakistan.