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Slovakia’s most popular website is Zoznam.sk

Zoznam.sk is the most visited website in the country, according to a survey released on October 8.

More than 1,464 million real users visited the site during the month of September, according to an AIMonitor survey carried out for the Association of Internet Media (AIM) by Mediaresearch Slovakia, in co-operation with Gemius.

In second place was Azet.sk with more than 1.25 million real users, followed by Atlas.sk with 1.15 million.

The survey started monitoring website visits (or hits, as they are known) and researching the socio-demographic profile of Slovak internet users in January 2007.

AIMonitor tracks the number of users visiting individual media and their socio-demographic information. Apart from standard data such as the number of loads, number of visitors, and time spent on the visits, it also monitors technical information.

-TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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