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Facebook Inc. edged past Google Inc. (GOOG) to become the most visited U.S. Web site for the week ended March 13, the first time the Internet giant has been topped since 2007, according to Hitwise.
The data provider said the privately held social-networking site's share was 7.07% for the week, compared with Google's 7.03%. The market share of visits to Facebook nearly tripled from a year earlier for the week, while visits to Google grew 9%.
The last time Google fell to No. 2 for a full week was in September 2007, when it fell behind Myspace, another social-networking site. Myspace is a unit of News Corp. (NWS), which also owns Dow Jones & Co., publisher of this newswire.
Facebook.com and Google.com accounted for 14% of all US Internet visits last week.
isits to Google.com increased 9% during the same time frame.
Facebook has much more to fear from Google than Google does of Facebook
Who said Facebook wants to take on search? You are thinking one dimensionally. The threat comes from marketshare, as Facebooks marketshare continues to grow who it uses as a default search provider is/will become the threat to Google.
I don't care about your farm, your cafe, your aquarium or your mafia. What % of pageviews being credited to facebook are actually from these games?