Turkey: The Most Engaged Online Audience in Europe

04 Jun

A Turkish blogger posts:

comScore 27.05.2009

Internet Users in Turkey Spend More Time Online and Consume More Pages than Users in Other European Countries

London, U.K., May 27, 2009 ? comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its first report examining the online behavior of Internet users in Turkey, based on data from the comScore World Metrix audience measurement service. In April 2009, more than 17 million people in Turkey age 15 and older accessed the Internet from a home or work location, consuming an average 3,044 pages per visitor.

Seventh Largest Online Population in Europe

Of the 17 European countries individually reported by comScore, Germany?s online audience was the largest with 40 million visitors in April 2009, followed by the U.K. (36.8 million visitors), and France (36.3 million visitors). The Internet audience in Turkey was the seventh largest with 17.8 million visitors, making it the second largest country in Eastern Europe behind Russia (31.3 million visitors). Internet users in Turkey were also found to be the most engaged users in Europe, spending an average 32 hours and viewing an average 3,044 pages of content per month.


Posted by on June 4, 2009 in General


2 responses to “Turkey: The Most Engaged Online Audience in Europe

  1. Ali Utku Selen

    June 9, 2009 at 18:06

    That’s why we have the best localized wikipedia.

  2. Volkan Özçelik

    June 12, 2009 at 17:03

    > That?s why we have the best localized wikipedia.

    But interestingly enough this ratios and numbers do not translate to the # of Turkish wikipedia (vikipedi) entries.

    It’s a shame that a pseudo-language like esperanto has far more wikipedia articles than Turkish.


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