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

    Internet users watched 38.7 billion online content videos in December 2012, while video ad views totaled 11.3 billion. The deal would strengthen YouTube’s top position in the online video rankings. Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at...

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

    Internet users watched 36.9 billion online content videos in July 2012. Third, the average American viewer watched online videos for 1,336.8 minutes (22.3 hours) in July 2012. Americans viewed 9.6 billion video ads in July 2012, with each of the...

  3. comScore Charts YouTube’s Volcanic Eruption as 2nd Leading Video Ad Property

    Internet users watched online video content in March 2011 for an average of 889.1 minutes per viewer. On the other hand, the average viewer watched 424.6 minutes online video content on Google Sites in March 2012, compared to 275.6 minutes in March...

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

    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, rather than “Liked” it. Facebook accounted for 346 billion impressions, nearly one-third of all...

  5. Hulu Buries YouTube With 4x More Ad Views – Are Advertisers Afraid of YouTube?

    Internet users watched online video content in August 2011 for an average of 18 hours per viewer. But, I needed to double-check the list of the top 10 video ad properties by video ads viewed that was buried near the bottom of the press release.

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

    Internet users watched online video content in March for an average of 14.8 hours per viewer. Internet users who watched an average of 13.6 hours per viewer in February. In other news, comScore Video Metrix also reported that Americans viewed 4.3...