Compete, an alternative to Alexa, that monitors online activity on websites, now presents a new metric called Attention. The new Compete Attention 200 is based on the two hundred sites that yield the largest share of our attention on the web.
The Attention Index is based on the amount of time U.S. internet users spend across the top one million websites. The Compete Attention 200 represents the best of the best each month.
Here is a snapshot of the top 10
myspace.com – 11.9%
yahoo.com – 8.5%
msn.com – 3.7%
ebay.com – 3.7%
google.com – 2.1%
aol.com – 1.7%
pogo.com – 1.6%
facebook.com – 0.97%
amazon.com – 0.67%
craigslist.com – 0.64%
Myspace has clearly emerged as the domain name where most US internet users spend most of their time online.
Earlier they had experimented with Top 20 Websites where we spend our time online. They had concluded that only 20 domains capture a whopping 39% of all our time spent online, only 2.1% of our time is spent on Google.com (includes all sub-domains) and MySpace (#1) is miles ahead of everyone…