15 high-circlation magazines. I might be interested in Bird and Bloom.
Then they list 15 little-known highly popular websites. I'd heard of several, and as a public service, I'm listing them so that you don't need to click 15 pages.
City-Data.com has statistics and demographics on many of the nation's cities. About 11.5 million unique visitors check it out per month, which is more than Netflix gets!
Inbox.com gives you 30GB of email storage for free, which is a lot more than Gmail gives you. 12 million people use it per month, which is more than UPS.com gets.
ChaCha.com is a community-based question and answer site that attracts 12 million people per month, which is more than popular job site CareerBuilder.com
Evite.com lets you create free e-cards. 12.5 million people use it per month, which is more than the websites of Best Buy and MTV.
CoolMath-Games.com looks like it was made in the 90s, yet it attracts 13 million unique visitors per month. That's double the traffic of Bloomberg.com.
Squidoo.com Squidoo.com is full of reviews, recipes, gift ideas, and more, all written by real people. 14.5 million people go there every month, which is more than super hot sharing site Reddit.
Apparently, MetroLyrics.com is the place to go for song lyrics. 14.5 million people check it out each month, which is more than People.com.
HubPages.com is for "every day experts," and attracts 15 million unique visitors per month. That's more than MySpace and Cnet.
Legacy.com is the place to find obituaries, tributes, and more. 16 million unique visitors a month check it out, which is more than CNN!
DailyMotion.com is a site for browsing popular videos. It brings in 17 million unique visitors per month, which is twice that of NFL.com.
Wikia.com lets you create wikis (which are like encyclopedia pages) for just about anything. 18 million unique visitors use it per month, which is more than Apple.com!
Manta.com is a search engine for companies and company profiles. It attracts 23 million unique visitors per month, which is more than AT&T's website gets.
Reference.com, which includes Dictionary.com, gets 28 million unique visitors per month. That's twice as many visitors as BankOfAmerica.com gets!
Go.com, a seemingly Disney-owned search engine, racks up 29 million unique visitors per month. That's more than Pandora and Comcast.
Ask.com is apparently still very popular with some people. We haven't used it for years, but Ask.com is still amassing 53 million unique visitors per month! That's more than the New York Times and Yellow Pages' websites combined!
Initial link thanks to Geek Press.
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