12/08/06

Apple leads in October visits to computer hardware sites

Apple Computer recorded the most visits to computer hardware e-commerce sites in October, with 35.8 million, up 30% from October 2005, Nielsen/NetRatings Inc. reports. Hewlett Packard ranked second with 15.2 million.

Kurt Peters , Executive Editor

 

Apple Computer Inc. recorded the most visits to computer hardware e-commerce sites in October, with 35.8 million, up 30% from 27.5 million in October 2005, Nielsen/NetRatings Inc. reports.

Hewlett Packard Co., ranked second with 15.2 million , up 5% from 14.5 million a year earlier, followed by Dell Inc., 14.2 million, down 15% from 16.7 million; Sun Microsystems Inc., 2.7 million, up 4% from 2.6 million; IBM Corp., 2.5 million, down 22% from 3.2 million; Gateway Inc., 1.7 million, down 15% from 2 million; Nintendo Co. Ltd., 1.4 million up 75% from 800,000; Seiko Epson Corp., 1.4 million, down 18% from 1.7 million; Linksys, 1.4 million, up 17% from 1.2 million; and Logitech, 1.3 million, up 30% from 1 million.

Ranked by time per visit, Apple led with 1 hour, 10 minutes, 36 seconds; followed by Dell, 21 minutes, 19 seconds; Palm Inc., 14 minutes, 47 seconds; IBM, 13 minutes, 56 seconds; Nintendo, 11 minutes, 59 seconds; Xbox, 11 minutes, 21 seconds; Gateway, 11 minutes, 1 second; Hewlett Packard, 10 minutes, 38 seconds; Creative Technology Ltd., 9 minutes, 50 seconds; and Epson, 8 minutes, 44 seconds.

Also in October, the books-movies-music category lead all retail goods and services segments in the number of online advertising impressions, according to Nielsen’s AdRelevance report.

The top categories and their number of online ad impressions in millions:

Books, Movies & Music, 15,096.8
Misc. Services, 10,000.3
Personal Care, 4,242.7
Electronics, 4,059.2
Home Improvement, 1,213.7
Apparel & Jewelry, 1,134.1
Grocery, 654.7
Pet Supply, 459.9
Flowers & Gifts, 405.2
Events & Tickets, 284.9

 

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Acer Incorporated, Gateway, Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Publicly traded companies, Steve Jobs

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