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Top Websites in the USA

Here’s a list of the top websites visited in the USA based on a review of data from Semrush, Similarweb, Ahrefs and Rock Content.

  1. Google.com – owned and operated by Google LLC, it is the most popular search engine and provides a wide range of services and products including: Google Workspace, Google Cloud, Google One, Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, Google Meet and Google Trends.
  2. Youtube.com – the free video sharing website allows users to watch, upload and share videos. Originally created in 2005, it has since become one of the most popular sites on the web, with visitors watching around 6B hours of video every month . YouTube offers a wide range of content, including music videos, tutorials, vlogs, documentaries, and much more. Users can create their own channels, subscribe to other channels, and interact with content creators and the YouTube community through comments, likes, and shares.
  3. Reddit.com – the social news and discussion website allows registered users, known as redditors, to submit and vote on content. It was founded in 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular platforms on the internet, with millions of users and communities covering a wide range of topics.
  4. Facebook.com – the social networking site allows users to connect with friends, family, and colleagues. Founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates at Harvard University, Facebook has grown to become one of the most popular social media platforms, with over 2.23B active users.
  5. Amazon.com – the e-commerce platform and technology company was founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994. It started as an online marketplace for books and has since expanded to offer a wide range of products and services.
  6. Yahoo.com – started as a web directory in 1994, Yahoo now offers many services including email, news, finance and search.
  7. Wikipedia.org – the free online encyclopedia is created and edited by volunteers from around the world. Launched in 2001, the goal of Wikipedia is to provide a comprehensive and reliable source of information on a wide range of topics.
  8. Duckduckgo.com – this search engine provides an alternative to popular search engines by emphasizing user privacy by not tracking or storing personal information.
  9. Twitter.com – the social networking site allows users to post and interact with short messages known as tweets. Launched in 2006, the popular platform is used for sharing information, news and updates.
  10. Instagram.com – launched in 2010, this social media platform focuses on photo and video sharing.
  11. Imdb.com - also known as the Internet Movie Database, it provides information related to films, television series, podcasts, home videos, video games and streaming content. The sites gives cast and crew details, plot summaries, trivia, ratings, reviews and more.
  12. Discord.com – The communication platform allows users to chat, voice call and video call with friends and communities. It was initially designed for gamers but has expanded to cater to various interests and communities beyond gaming.