In July, Mexico had over 23 million internet user, which means a 22% more than the year before, according to the Comscore Media Metrix service.

Google sites were the most visited internet property in the market, reaching 93.4% of all online users, an estimated of 21.7 million of users, followed by Microsoft with 19.8 million users (85.0%) and Facebook with 19 million (81.8%). Yahoo sites and Vevo rounded off the top five with 58.0% and 37.7% reach, respectively.

July 2011
Age: 6+ – PCs from work or homes.
Source: comScore Media Metrix

 

Unique Users (000)

%

Internet Audience

23.269

100,0%

Google Sites

21.734

93,4%

Microsoft Sites

19.775

85,0%

Facebook.com

19.037

81,8%

Yahoo! Sites

13.490

58,0%

VEVO

8.780

37,7%

Wikimedia Foundation Sites

7.048

30,3%

WordPress

6.372

27,4%

Terra – Telefonica

6.358

27,3%

Viacom Digital

5.949

25,6%

Taringa.net

5.541

23,8%

Ask Network

5.523

23,7%

MercadoLibre

5.441

23,4%

NetShelter Technology Media

4.756

20,4%

Televisa Interactive Media

4.746

20,4%

Apple Inc.

4.386

18,9%

Social Networks

Social networking is the most popular online category in Mexico, with nearly 30% of all time spent on them during July. The time spent on social networks is up 12.8% from a year ago.

Portals accounted for 27.6% of time spent, followed by instant messengers (16.5%), entertainment sites (14.2%) and email (6.9%).

July 2011
Age: 6+ – PCs from work or homes.
Source: comScore Media Metrix

 

% share

Social Networks

28,6%

Portals

27,6%

Instant messengers

16,5%

Entertainment sites

14,2%

E-mails

6,9%

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