Every day we spend hours and hours immersed in Internet. However, each country has different habits. That is why the domain provider Hostinger has made a map detailing what websites are the most visited in the world, a ranking that heads Wikipedia and that leaves several curiosities.
Google, Facebook and Youtube They are by far the most visited web pages in the world. Their domain is so absolute that Hostinger has chosen to separate them and analyze which are the other most popular domains, leaving a map with a more varied consumption. Wikipedia is thus the most visited page in 43 countries, including France, Germany, Australia, India and Cameroon.
The second position is for Twitter. The blue bird’s social network is the most visited website in up to 10 countries such as Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia or Chile.
Third position goes to the e-commerce giant amazon and the sports environment kooora, both websites being the most visited in four countries. Amazon dominates searches in the United States and Kooora does it in Jordan or Algeria. The Baltic News Portal delphi and the forum Reddit They occupy the fourth position tied with three countries.
In Spain soccer wins
Hostinger’s studio prints a soccer ball on the silhouette of Spain and it does so because the most visited website here is none other than the sports medium MARCA.
This fact is not anomalous, since there are several European countries where the websites of media local. In the United Kingdom the most visited page is that of the BBC and in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania it is Delfi. This commitment to the digital press also occurs in Denmark, Norway, Finland, Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina, among others. The BBC is the most visited medium in up to 12 countries, while MARCA is the first in five (Spain, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama and Venezuela).
Hostinger’s analysis leaves a multitude of curiosities. Like Netflix is the most visited page in Sierra Leone, 9GAG in Nicaragua, Nintenderos in Guatemala, Blogspot in Bolivia, 4chan in Georgia or IMDB in Liberia. The citizens of Peru are the ones who spend the most time watching movies and television and those of the Philippines who dedicate it to social networks, a total of four hours and 15 minutes a day.
The study does not include China, as it uses an internet closed to the world and under the control of the communist government, as well as large swaths of Asia and Africa, which, as they point out, “are not connected at all.”
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism