Kenny Lim
Aug 19, 2009

comScore ranks MayBank and Google as most visited sites in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR - comScore's latest report on web usage in Malaysia has revealed that Maybank's website and Google are the most visited local and overall sites, respectively, in the country.

comScore ranks MayBank and Google as most visited sites in Malaysia
The report is based on the comScore World Metrix service, which found that in June 2009, 9.3 million people in Malaysia aged 15 and older accessed the Internet from home and work locations, with each consuming an average of 1,066 pages of content and spending nearly 14 hours online during the month.

Maybank2U.com  led the report as the most visited local site with more than one million visitors, reaching nearly 12 per cent of all Malaysians online.

Mudah.my  was second in terms of visitors but averaged 46 minutes per visitor on the site during the month, making it the most engaging of the top 10 Malaysian properties.

AirAsia.com was the third most visited local property, reaching nine per cent of the online population. News sites including Star Publications, Utusan.com.my, Bharian.com.my and Malaysiakini.com, featured in the top rankings as well.

In terms of overall website, Google ranked as the most visited internet property in Malaysia with 7.1 million visitors in June 2009, reaching nearly 76 per cent of the online population. Yahoo ranked second with 6.4 million visitors (69 per cent reach), followed by Microsoft with 4.7 million visitors (50 per cent reach).

Social networking sites also made an appearance in the ranking, with Friendster capturing the fourth position with 3.2 million visitors and Facebook following closely behind with 3.1 million visitors.

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