The comScore World Metrix audience ratings service which specializes in gauging activity over the Internet, as released through comScore Networks, the most recent statistics regarding Internet activity. Results indicate which are the leading European Internet sites during September, based on the collected data.
Since the reported statistics cover the month of September, they are too early to yet reveal the effects of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act recently passed in the United States. For the category of online gambling there was a general increase in European terrific of 3 percent. The Internet site, 888 toped the list reporting visits by 6.9 million gamblers. This represents a 9 percent increase above the prior month of August. Party Gaming is ranked in spot number two with 4.1 million visitors. This represents an increase of 16% over the prior month.
As is usually the situation, the leading European sites were reported as being Google, Microsoft and Yahoo. These three sites continued to lead all of the others and continued to rank as the top three Internet sites for European Internet users from ruby fortune. Is compared with activity for August however,, they remained rather constant.
Examining the ten uppermost visited European sites, as ranked by online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, the largest gains were during September, with an increase of 18 percent reaching 59.9 million visitors. The site YouTube, that was only just bought by Google as a part of a billion dollar deal, drew in 27.4 million visitors.
GoldenPalace is at it again
Online casino giant GoldenPalace has found yet another piece of food that looks like a religious icon. Known for its eBay antics of buying the strangest of the strange, the Internet casino has stuck again.
This time, a woman was selling a pierogi she cooked back in March for a Sunday Easter Dinner. After cooking the dumpling, she realized that it resembled Jesus. Instaed of eating it she froze it. For reasons unknown, the woman from Ohio decided to auction it off on eBay. The casino snapped it up for a reported
$1,775. No word yet on what the woman plans to do with her new money.
Many of you may already know about the grilled cheese sandwich that the same casino bought last year that shared the looks of the Virgin Mary, then there was the cocktail pretzel that also resembled Her holding a baby. All bought by GoldenPalace as a way for media attention.
Last month, a woman not resembling the Virgin Mary, had a tattoo emblazoned on her very forehead the spells out GoldenPalace. Talk about great advertisement. The tattoo was inked after GoldenPalace paid her a reported $10,000.
Moreover, the online casino has planned a traveling showcase containing these items and more. NO details on which cities we will see this traveling museum in or when. NO doubt GoldenPalace will let us know.