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  1. YouTube Investment in VEVO Would Strengthen its Top Position in Online Video Rankings

    Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube, ranked as the top online video content property that month with 153 million unique viewers, followed by Facebook with 58.8 million, VEVO with 51.6 million, NDN with 49.9 million and Yahoo...

  2. comScore: Online Video Content Reaches Record 188 Million U.S. Viewers

    In addition, the August 2012 YouTube partner data revealed that video music channel VEVO maintained the top position in the rankings with 47.6 million viewers. Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube, ranked as the top online...

  3. Average American Viewer Watched Over 200 Videos for Almost 22.3 Hours in July 2012

    Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube, ranked as the top online video content property in July 2012 with 157 million unique viewers, followed by Facebook with 53 million, Yahoo sites with 48.7 million, VEVO with 44.8 million...

  4. Seeing the Colossal Increase at Yahoo Sites in comScore’s U.S. Online Video Rankings

    In February 2012, Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube.com, ranked as the top online video content property with 147.4 million unique viewers, followed by Yahoo sites with 60.9 million, VEVO with 52 million, Facebook.com with...

  5. Top 10 Most Significant Search & Social Marketing Stories of 2011

    Facebook Timeline s 800 million+ active users and tell their story in a novel and engaging way. Facebook suspects that people will be more inclined to click a button that says they’ve “Read” an article, “Listened” to a song or “Watched” a video...

  6. AOL Video Ranked #2 Most-Trafficked Online Video Platform by comScore Video Metrix

    Online Video Rankings and the big news is that AOL Inc.now ranks #2 in total unique visitors behind Google Sites, which continue to rank #1. Internet users watched online video content in March for an average of 14.8 hours per viewer.