Top 10 Social Networking Websites for June 2010

As Facebook continues to dominate all social networking traffic, it’s interesting to note that Yahoo Profiles has completely dropped out of the Top 10 social networking websites. The newest addition to the Top 10- list: MyLife; is a new people search engine to find everyone all in one place. Locate old friends, classmates, lost loves, or colleagues – we’ll see how long it lasts.

Top 10 Social Networking Sites June 2010

As Danny Brown commented on last month’s statistics:

The trouble with these stats (not yours but Compete and similar) is that they only take into account Twitter’s own API. It’s hardly used by the majority. Instead, it’s via smartphones and third-party apps by the likes of Seesmic and Tweetdeck. Gather that information and you’d have a far different graph, at least for Twitter.

I’ve searched Hubspot, Compete, Quantcast and others to find this data but to no avail, so this chart will have to do.

(Image via MarketingCharts)

Top 10 Social Networking Websites for June 2010
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4 Responses to “Top 10 Social Networking Websites for June 2010”

  1. Corey Creed says:

    Nice stats. Too bad the Twitter stats aren’t more accurate. It’s a tricky thing to get accurate stats on the usage of Twitter with all the third party apps and mobile phones being used so much. It really skews the data and the image. Good stuff though.

  2. Roy says:

    Thanks for stopping by Corey – It’s getting harder and harder to find true data on unique visitor traffic to these social networks due to the fact that they are so “social” and mobile device user-heavy.

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