What are the 10 most visited sites and platforms by Hispanic residents in the United States? What topics do they cover? What activities do they allow users to engage in? Here are the responses to those questions and more, according to comScore’s May 2016 report.
The Google sites are at the top of the rankings, with 84% of the unique users.
|Source: comScore Media Metrix, United States, Hispanic All, Home and Work, PC/Laptop only, May 2016||Total Unique Visitors (000)|
|Total Internet: Hispanic All||31.321|
|Top 10 Properties|
Microsoft, in second place, brought in almost 70% of US Hispanics.
63% of users chose Facebook as the platform through which to generate, consume and share content with friends and acquaintances.
58% of Hispanic residents of the United States chose Amazon and eBay as their preferred e-commerce platforms.
83% of the users visited portals (specifically Yahoo and AOL). This is no small detail, as they tie Google between the two of them (in terms of the quantity of visitors).
Mode Media, the platform dedicated to lifestyle whose content is generated by the user and curated by experts, attracted 26% of the unique visits.
While it came in 8th place on the rankings, Apple seems to be leading in its category: 22% of unique users visited this site in the informed period, and it is the only site dedicated exclusively to technology.
With respect to online TV content, users chose the site NBCUniversal: while it came in last place, it is the only in its category.