The Top 10 Most Popular Sites of 2015
Facebook is the most popular social media site on the Web. Millions and millions of people use it every day to communicate with family and friends.
Google is the world’s most popular search engine. Billions of people create billions of searches every single day, and it’s not just for search – Google also offers a huge variety of peripheral services.
You’ve probably watched a video on YouTube this week, as did millions of other people. YouTube is the most popular video website on the Web and racks up hundreds of millions of page views every day.
Sharing messages in 140 characters or less doesn’t sound like a super viable business model, but Twitter, one of the world’s most popular websites, has somehow made it work.
Wikipedia is one of the most useful (and used!) sites on the Web. It’s a “living” resource, in the sense that any piece of content is available to be edited by anyone with expertise on that particular topic. More people use Wikipedia worldwide than any other knowledge-based resource on the Web.
Whether you are looking for a new job or professional connections, LinkedIn is one of the best sources online for work-based networking.
Baidu is the largest Chinese language search engine in China and is used by millions of people every single day.
eBay is the largest auction site in the world, with literally million of auctions going on worldwide every day. From collectible cookie jars to Rolls Royces, you’re sure to find something here to fill your needs.
Instagram is one of the newcomers to this list, having burst onto the Web landscape in just the last couple of years. Millions of people worldwide share images of their daily lives with friends and family on this popular site.
Bingbing might not be as much as a household word as another search engine on this list, but that might not be as true in 2015, as this popular and extremely relevant search engine keeps making useful improvements to its service.