Top 10 Busiest Websites of 2010

There are many websites out there that receive hundreds of thousands of visits every single day, some of them even receive a few million. You have probably visited these popular websites before and you may visit a lot of them quite often. But what exactly are the top 10 busiest websites of 2010? Well, here is the current Alexa top 10 websites of 2010 for the United States of America. Enjoy!

1. Facebook

You’ve all probably used this site in the past and a lot of you probably use it every day. This is one of the busiest websites of 2010. Click here to visit the website.

2. Youtube.com

You must have all heard of Youtube as it’s the worlds largest video sharing website. Click here to visit the website.

3. WikiPedia

This is the worlds largest online encyclopedia. The site makes it into the top 10 websites of 2010. Click here to visit the website.

4. Amazon.com

Amazon has for a long time been out favourite place to buy many things, music, dvd’s etc. Its for this reason that it is one of the top 10 busiest websites. Click here to visit the website.

5. Craigslist.org

This is one of the worlds busiest websites for job listings, houses, items for sale and much more. Click here to visit the website.

6. EBay

Ebay is the worlds leading online auction website so it is no surprise that it has made it into the top 10 busiest websites. Click here to visit the website.

7. Blogger.com

A lot of people love to blog, and blogger.com is the place to do it. Click here to visit the website.

8. Twitter.com

Twitter has become massive over the past couple of years and it is one of the best places to share your thoughts. Click here to visit the website.

9. Myspace.com

Myspace is one of the oldest and most well known social networking websites in the world. Click here to visit the website.

10. CNN.com

CNN is one of the biggest news networks in the world, it offers up to date news on a variety of topics. Click here to visit the website.

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Busiest Websites of 2010

  1. Most of these are not surprising. These are all sites I too visit quite often. The only one that surprises me a bit is Amazon.com. I wouldn’t think that this one would be in the top ten. Interesting.

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