Live and Google most visited in Holland

Sat 13 December 2008 12:01, Editors

Live and Google most visited in Holland

Google and Windows Live are the two most visited websites in Holland in 2008. This is the result of research performed by Dutch online research agency Multiscope. Google is used by 92% of all Dutch Internetusers, with Live.com following.

The list is thereby dominated by search engines. In the list vertical search engines are also present in the twenty most visited sites of 2008. Websites like Wikipedia, Youtube, Marktplaats and Startpagina are all websites which have a relation to search.

The entire list:

Multiscope08


Comments (2)

 

    • William

    Mostly search engines in de top10, 7 I guess?

    Za 13 dec 2008, 20:43


  • @William not much news here ;-) at this point

    Ma 15 dec 2008, 18:58

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