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  1. Desktop Map Searches Increasingly Shifting to Mobile

    Visitation to maps websites on desktop computers has been very consistent for a few years now, holding steady at between 95-100 million unique visitors during any given month, representing more than 40 percent of the U.S.online population.

  2. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    So, putting AOL’s entire original video content library on 22 curated YouTube channels is “very significant news. So, the news that AOL is bringing its video library to a whole new audience of viewers on YouTube is a major milestone in the online...

  3. 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. According to Brad Elders VP of video sales, "AOL Video saw explosive growth in unique visitors and streams...

  4. SearchDay | Buzz Monitoring = Brand Development

    Platform-A will reach 22.5 million unique visitors a month in Canada, which is 93% of the online audience. The launch combines networks already available in Canada, such as Advertising.com, which AOL owns.

  5. SearchDay | Of Local Search, Love Meters, and Raking Leaves

    SFGate.com sees 12 million unique visitors per month.â””Weâ””re delighted that SFGate.com has taken advantage of our technologies to . Truveo Video Search to be Added to SFGate.com Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 16, 2009 AOL's Truveo video search...

  6. Truveo Video Search to be Added to SFGate.com

    SFGate.com sees 12 million unique visitors per month. AOL's Truveo video search has been added to SFGate.com, the online site of the San Francisco Chronicle. We're delighted that SFGate.com has taken advantage of our technologies to give their...

  7. comScore Ranks Yahoo! Finance as Top Financial News Site

    Finance was the leader in the category during May with 18.5 million visitors, up 58 percent versus year ago, followed by AOL Money & Finance with 15.2 million visitors (up 48 percent) and MSN Money with 13.7 million visitors (up 13 percent).