November 2013 Browser Market Share

Here is the browser market share for November 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from October 2013):

Google Chrome: 44.14% (+1.16%)
IE: 24.58% (-3.10%)
Firefox: 23.68% (+0.42%)
Safari: 3.00% (+0.36%)
Opera: 1.06% (+0.02%)

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October 2013 Browser Market Share

Here is the browser market share for October 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from September 2013):

Google Chrome: 42.98% (+0.80%)
IE: 27.68% (-0.03%)
Firefox: 23.26% (-0.38%)
Safari: 2.64% (-0.34%)
Opera: 1.04% (-0.08%)

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September 2013 Browser Market Share

Here is the browser market share for September 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from August 2013):

Google Chrome: 42.18% (+0.60%)
IE: 27.71% (-1.01%)
Firefox: 23.64% (+0.47%)
Safari: 2.98% (-0.30%)
Opera: 1.12% (+0.06%)

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August 2013 Browser Market Share

Here is the browser market share for August 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from July 2013):

Google Chrome: 41.58% (+0.74%)
IE: 28.72% (-0.49%)
Firefox: 23.17% (-0.60%)
Safari: 3.28% (+0.07%)
Opera: 1.06% (+0.17%)

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July 2013 Browser Market Share – IE Making A Comeback

Here is the browser market share for July 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from June 2013):

Google Chrome: 40.84% (-0.09%)
IE: 29.21% (+0.40%)
Firefox: 23.77% (-0.08%)
Safari: 3.21% (-0.20%)
Opera: 0.89% (-0.06%)

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Browser Market Share – June 2013

Here is the browser market share for June 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from May 2013):

Google Chrome: 40.93% (+0.42%)
IE: 28.81% (-0.42%)
Firefox: 23.85% (-0.18%)
Safari: 3.41% (+0.10%)
Opera: 0.95% (-0.15%)

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Browser Market Share, May 2013

Here is the browser market share for May 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from April 2013):

Google Chrome: 40.51% (+1.14%)
IE: 29.23% (-0.50%)
Firefox: 24.03% (-0.54%)
Safari: 3.31% (-0.24%)
Opera: 1.10% (-0.01%)

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List of Yahoo!’s Social Properties

Today Yahoo! announced that it is acquiring Tumblr . This marks a revival of Yahoo’s efforts to get into the social space. This inspired me to look back on the history of Yahoo’s social efforts. The following is listed in chronological order by when Yahoo! acquired/launched the property:

Flickr (March 2005 to Present)
Yahoo! acquired Flickr to get into the photo sharing business, and Flickr later replaced Yahoo! Photos as it did not make sense to have two Photos properties for Yahoo!. Flickr is still going strong today, ranked as the 82nd most popular website in the world according to Alexa.

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