October 12, 2007, 12:00 AM

Gamestop joins traffic leaders among consumer electronics sites

With 82% year-to-year growth in its number of unique visitors, computer games retailer Gamestop.com joins the top 10 computer and consumer electronics web sites in terms of traffic with 2.17 million visitors in September, Nielsen/NetRatings reports.

With 82% year-to-year growth in its number of unique visitors, computer games retailer Gamestop.com joins the top 10 computer and consumer electronics web sites in terms of traffic with 2.17 million visitors in September, up from 1.20 million a year ago, Nielsen/NetRatings reports. Also new to the top 10 are Windows Live Gallery and Windows Marketplace. Showing the only drop in traffic among the current top 10 is eBay Computers, down 14%.

The Top 10 computer and consumer electronics sites in September, ranked by unique visitors in millions this September and last, with year-over-year growth and average length of visit in minutes and seconds across the month, according to Nielsen/NetRatings, were:

  • Best Buy, 12.30, 11.43, 8%, 0:09:22
  • eBay Electronics, 9.76, 9.58, 2%, 0:16:30
  • Circuit City, 9.32, 7.96, 17%, 0:09:15
  • Windows Live Gallery, 5.04, N/A, N/A, 0:03:08
  • eBay Computers, 4.86, 5.63, -14%, 0:10:49
  • OSTG, 4.49, 3.96, 13%, 0:16:10
  • TigerDirect.com, 3.72, 3.16, 17%, 0:10:28
  • Windows Marketplace, 2.82, 1.57, 79%, 0:02:38
  • Newegg.com, 2.57, 2.44, 6%, 0:19:10
  • Gamestop.com, 2.17, 1.20, 82%, 0:12:08

    (Unique visitors count only once each shopper who came to a site, no matter how many times that shopper visited.)

    By time per person, the category as a whole held visitors for 20 minutes, 21 seconds in September. The top 10 in time per person, with time per visitor in the month and traffic in millions, according to Nielsen/NetRatings, were:

  • MailFrontier, 1:17:49, 0.564
  • Newegg.com, 0:19:10, 2.57
  • CDW, 0:18:33, 1.61
  • eBay Electronics, 0:16:30, 9.76
  • OSTG, 0:16:10, 4.49
  • Gamestop.com, 0:12:08, 2.17
  • Frys.com, 0:11:20, 1.17
  • eBay Computers, 0:10:49, 4.86
  • TigerDirect.com, 0:10:28, 3.72
  • Crutchfield.com, 0:10:15, 1.59

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