CNBC.com tops among business sites
CNBC.comÂ ranks as the No. 1 business/financial news site (non-portal) in June, according to the latest Comscore pageviewÂ rankings. CNBC.com was also ranked No. 1 in average minutes per visitor in Comscore.
In June, Comscore reported that CNBC.com had more page views than any other non-portal business news webÂ site.Â Â CNBC.com page views were up 388 percent fromÂ June 2007.Â In June 2008,Â there were 10.7 millionÂ more pages viewed on CNBC.com than the No. 2 non-portal site, Forbes.Â Â
Page views onÂ Forbes.com declined 61 percentÂ from June 2007 to June 2008.
The average amount of time spent per visitor to CNBC.com in June was 47.7 minutes, according to Comscore data obtained by Talking Biz News.Â That’s 52 percentÂ more time than theÂ No. 2 site in minutes per visitor, Bloomberg.Â Minutes per visitor on Yahoo! Finance was 14.8; on CNN Money it was 10.2; and on Fox Business, the average user spent just 1.6 minutes on the site in June.
“We’re absolutely thrilled that only 18 months after relaunching CNBC.com, our growing network of investors and business professionals not only continue to visit us for the latest in market moving news and analysis, they are staying with us to view more pages and for longer periods of time per visit than anyone else in our space” said Meredith Stark, vice presidentÂ and executive producerÂ of CNBC.com.
Unlike other web sites, which get traffic from related sites, CNBC.com is a standalone web site and doesnâ€™t generate traffic from other NBC News sites such as MSNBC.com.