According to comScore and Business Insider, the biggest website in the world amassed 837 million unique visitors during December 2012. That must have been Google, you might say, but you’d be wrong. In fact, Facebook took the top spot followed by Google, YouTube, Yahoo, and others.
We wanted to put those numbers in perspective, and here you can see some of our take on the biggest websites in the world.
Revisited: The biggest websites in the world
Earlier this month, Business Insider published a ranking of the top 20 websites in the world based on ComScore data from December 2012.
Storified by Pingdom· Fri, Feb 15 2013 01:11:21
This is of course a ranking of individual websites, but Google owns Blogger and YouTube, so what happens if we put the three of them together?
And you may have noticed that quite a few sites on the list are based in China, like Baidu and QQ. So what happens if we put all the China-based websites together?
If you don’t see the included story with tweets and charts above, click here to view it on Storify.
This is our first attempt at using Storify for creating content. You can find a few more of our creations here. So far we’re not quite sure how it will fit in with this blog, social media, and other things we use, but we are, at the very least, intrigued about the possibilities.
Note: The Business Insider article doesn’t specify for what time period the data is for, but we contacted the authors and they said it’s for December 2012.