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Facebook: YouTube gains ground

Facebook loses share of social network visits as YouTube grows

Facebook's dominance of UK visits to social networking sites is getting diluted as the category diversifies, while YouTube is experiencing

MySpace: out of the top ten most visited social networks for the first time

MySpace out of top ten most visited social networks

MySpace is continuing to slump, falling out the UK's top ten most visited social networking sites for the first time

BlackBerry under fire from customers and analysts

BlackBerry brand takes battering, search data suggests

Four of the five search terms containing the word BlackBerry for the week ending 15 October were related to the

Nuts: number one website in men's lifestyle sector according to Experian Hitwise

Lads' mag Nuts tops men's website chart

IPC Media's men's magazine Nuts is the most popular website in the men's lifestyle sector in the latest round of

YouTube: fastest-growing social network in April

YouTube nabs a fifth of all UK social traffic

YouTube was the fastest-growing social network for the second consecutive month in April, while Facebook lost share for the second

Facebook: most searched-for brand

Facebook revealed as most searched-for brand in 2010

Facebook was the most searched-for online brand of 2010, according to research published today by Experian Hitwise.

Facebook: accounts for 56% of all traffic to social networks

Social networks become most popular online destinations in the UK

Social networking sites have overtaken entertainment sites as the most popular online destinations in the UK, according to Experian Hitwise.

Times' websites: visits down by two-thirds since operation of paywalls

Times site traffic falls by two-thirds following paywalls

Visits to The Times and The Sunday Times websites have fallen by two-thirds since parent company News International erected paywalls

Traffic to UK property websites up for first time in two years

LONDON - For the first time in over two years, UK traffic to websites selling real estate is on the


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