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Discover what makes popular websites tick with BuiltWith

Ever wondered how companies build just perfect websites that catch the user eye instantly? What are the right widgets or tools that you should be using within your website to reap maximum benefits? If you specialize in developing / selling a particular technology, who should your prospective buyers be? If you’ve always wanted the answers to those questions, this is your lucky article!

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BuiltWith – Find out popular technologies used by popular websites

BuiltWith works on a simple principle of letting users know which technologies or applications are used where. Key-in the name of a technology, for example, Magento or the name of an application, for example, Google analytics, and BuiltWith turns up a list of all popular websites where the searched technology or application is used.

To understand this better, take this scenario for instance. I aim to build an online portal to sell home décor stuff. I know what kind of website I need and what widgets or applications I want to embed in my portal. Needless to say, shopping carts would form an essential part of the portal. But it would be better if I could find out the best ways to use shopping carts in an online portal, or how my competitors are using them. So I search for the keyword “shopping carts” in BuiltWith and what I get in a list of all top websites using shopping carts and the software companies offering/building shopping carts for online portals. I can also cross reference my search results to gain plenty of other insights into the online selling tactics and much more.

Another way of looking at it is, suppose you have a software company that builds widgets for different purposes. You wish to find prospective buyers for your products. So, search for the term widgets on BuiltWith and find out all top websites that use widgets. Then use those results to map out Internet technology trends and plan out your approach. BuiltWith can strengthen you to know your prospects’ platform before you talk to them and improve your conversions with validated market adoption.

To cut a long story short, BuiltWith is an online tool that helps you identify key market segment opportunities, gives you insight into where you can increase your technology penetration across the web, and lets you quickly and easily discover the sites that are a good fit for your application / tool / widget.

This is how it rolls

Visit builtwith.com to find a search box right in the middle of the screen. Punch in the name of a technology of an application (basically a keyword) and hit “Lookup”. You’ll be redirected to a page with the search results sorted by the most popular websites using that technology or application. Moreover, beneath each search result, you’ll see a category link.

Technology Usage Statistics

This is the category under which that particular search result exists in BuiltWith’s database. Clicking on any such category link will take you to a page that displays a colored pie-chart showing the statistics for websites using the technology category you clicked. For example, if you clicked on Advertising, you’ll see a page with Advertising Usage Statistics and so on. You can choose to customize the chart’s scope corresponding to number of users by convenient links given on the right.

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Keyword Lists

If however, you do not wish to view the category usage statistics, click on any individual search result to view details about it in the form of charts and reports. Apart from this, you can choose to view the list of all keywords in BuiltWith’s database. This could help you to quickly identify more appropriate areas that you wish to comb out.

View Trends

In addition to the above mentioned features, there’s another way you can use BuiltWith without an account. Click on the “View Trends” link on the homepage to view usage statistics for the most widely used Web and Internet technologies across the globe. Beneath each technology’s name is the category of work where it applies. For example, “Taboola” is used in the Advertising field, “Mailgun” is used in the Emailing field and so on. The “View Trends” feature can also be used to know about ecommerce trends. The trends in BuiltWith’s database are frequently updated to reflect the latest data and this is achieved through constant monitoring of market trends.

Lead Generation

Probably the most useful feature of the tool is its capability to give you leads in less than 30 seconds. To use this feature you need to sign-up for free. Once you’re through, search for a technology (e.g Magento) or field (e.g Advertising) and find websites using the keyword you searched. Download the lead list to your account, view it, select a prospective customer from it and get all contact information (address, email & phone numbers) about the points of contact in them right in your account. Could it be any easier?

Miscellaneous

Other than the prominent aspects mentioned above, BuitWith can assist you with Market Analysis, Sales Intelligence, Data Coverage, Cyber Risk Auditing, Report Filtering and much more.

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The pluses VS the minuses

On the plus side, the tool packs quite a punch. There are many ways in which BuiltWith can help you to gain market intelligence, attract new customers and achieve positive results.

However, on the minus side, this tool is for the pros. Novices in the area could find it confusing and could get lost easily. Plus, it is way beyond the reach of a single professional or a small organization. You will need to shell out quite some money if you wish to gain some real advantage from the tool.

But then, if the money spent on the tool actually yields positive results, it will be counted as an investment.

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Final Words

All in all, a wonderful tool for those who know how to use it and who have the pocket to afford it! But, every organization should give it a try at least once. There’s something for everyone there.

Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in May 2015

What was popular on the Internet in May 2015?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in May 2015: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, games, amazon supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in May 2015: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Cristiano Ronaldo, Shakira, Vin Diesel supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in May 2015: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in May 2015: YouTube, Google+, Google Chrome, Android, Lady Gaga supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in May 2015: google, facebook, youtube, yahoo, baidu supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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  • Browsers market share in May 2015: Chrome 49.23%, Explorer 18.33%, Firefox 16.40%, Safari 10.82%, Opera 1.65% supermonitoring.com/blog/top-w…

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in April 2015

What was popular on the Internet in April 2015?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in April 2015: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, amazon, gmail supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in April 2015: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Cristiano Ronaldo, Shakira, Eminem supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in April 2015: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in April 2015: YouTube, Google+, Google Chrome, Android, Lady Gaga supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in April 2015: google, facebook, youtube, yahoo, baidu supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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  • Browsers market share in April 2015: Chrome 49.86%, Explorer 18.22%, Firefox 16.78%, Safari 9.90%, Opera 1.66% supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websi…

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Is your website capturing enough mobile traffic? Find out with mobileratio.com

With the progress of innovation, smartphones and tablets have captured the imagination of users across the globe in such a manner that any website which does not cater to the requirements of these devices is considered outdated. Your website might be attracting huge traffic on computer web browsers, but unless it does so on tablets and smartphones too, its impact won’t nearly be as spread out as you would like. So it is necessary to ensure that you cover all possible ends there are to make your website suitable for mobile device browsers too. From the design to the interface, touch-screen response to animation, you’ll have to consider everything.

Say you’ve done all there is to make sure your mobile website looks and feels as good as the computer version and you’ve even tested it on all mobile operating systems and browsers. Now you’re good to go ahead and expect decent traffic to your website on both computer and mobile devices. You would of course want to know how you’re faring.
Enter “Mobile Ratio”.

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Mobile Ratio – How mobile is your website?

Mobile Ratio is an amazing online tool which helps you in finding out what percentage of your website’s traffic is coming from which devices. This intuitive tool assists users to track their website’s traffic coming from Smartphones, Tablets and Desktops. In this sense it is a step ahead of conventional analytic tools which simply offer website traffic details but do not let the user know exactly the kind of device where the traffic is coming from. Knowing the device from where the traffic is coming is of great significance since users can expand their reach and audience simply by paying more attention to the least covered section and make improvements there.

This is how it rolls

As a first step, you need to sign into the tool using your Google account details. Once logged in, the tool prompts you to select the domain you want to analyze. Now an important thing to note here is, you’ll only be able to track the mobile traffic of those websites on which you already have the Google Analytics tracking code installed. That is, if you’ve tied up any of your domains for traffic tracking with Google Analytics, mobileratio.com will pull the data of those websites from Google Analytics and quickly display that in a simplified form.

So basically, after you sign in, the tool scans all domains linked with the Google account you used to sign in, picks out the ones which have Google Analytics installed and displays them in a drop down. Once this is done, you can select the domain you want to analyze.
Once you do so, Mobile Ratio makes use of Google Analytics to gather your website traffic details. It then goes a step further and breaks down the report based on the kind of device used to access your website and displays the report with the percentage breakdown. The report is presented to you as an attractive graph divided into 3 colors, each representing a device. The graph has percentage values on the Y axis and months on the X axis which helps you get a crisp picture of where your actual audience lies. A similar colored pie chart also depicts the same information but over a time span of the last 30 days, making everything more comprehensible.

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A good thing here is that you don’t need to register or sign up. You can just use your Google account details to sign in and your data is not even saved. It’s a one-time sign so no security concerns there!
And of course, offering such a cooperative tool at no cost makes the effort of its makers all the more appreciable!

Additional Features

If you thought that was all there was to it, well you’re wrong! Some really awesome features of mobileratio.com include its social features. You can choose to save the report publicly or privately and also share it via a link which is provided when you click on any of the buttons given below. You can analyze as many websites as you want with this tool for absolutely no cost. Yes, it is totally free!

Also, if you look at the picture above, there is a link which facilitates checking how mobile-friendly your website is. Clicking on this link takes you to Google Mobile-Friendly Test page where your website is analyzed for mobile friendliness. The best part about this test is that you will be given a sneak peek at how your website appears to Googlebot and you’ll be given pointers for improving your shortfalls. Wonderful!

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Summing it Up

There’s a difference between having a website and having a great website. One which caters beautifully to all devices, operating systems and browsers and is still able to capture its target audience is a website worth the time and effort. And Mobile Ratio is a brilliant tool for people who want to do just that! Try it out today and experience its utility.

Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in March 2015

What was popular on the Internet in March 2015?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in March 2015: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, amazon, gmail https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in March 2015: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Cristiano Ronaldo, Shakira, Eminem https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in March 2015: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in March 2015: YouTube, Google+, Google Chrome, Lady Gaga, Android https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in March 2015: google, facebook, youtube, baidu, yahoo https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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  • Browsers market share in March 2015: Chrome 49.06%, Explorer 17.94%, Firefox 16.82%, Safari 10.80%, Opera 1.64% https://www.supermonitoring.com/blog/top-websites-google-searches-facebook-pages-twitter-and-google-most-followed-in-march-2015/

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in February 2015

What was popular on the Internet in February 2015?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in February 2015: facebook, google, you, youtube, weather, craigslist, news, yahoo, amazon, gmail http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in February 2015: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Shakira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Eminem http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in February 2015: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in February 2015: YouTube, Google+, Lady Gaga, Google Chrome, Android http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in February 2015: google, facebook, youtube, baidu, yahoo http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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  • Browsers market share in February 2015: Chrome 48.71%, Explorer 18.91%, Firefox 16.54%, Safari 10.21%, Android 1.62% http://s2y6.gu.ma/

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in January 2015

What was popular on the Internet in January 2015?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in January 2015: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, amazon http://llq9.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in January 2015: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Shakira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Eminem http://llq9.gu.ma/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in January 2015: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube http://llq9.gu.ma/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in January 2015: YouTube, Lady Gaga, Google+, Larry Page, Google Chrome http://llq9.gu.ma/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in January 2015: google, facebook, youtube, baidu, yahoo http://llq9.gu.ma/

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  • Browsers market share in January 2015: Chrome 48.10%, Explorer 19.33%, Firefox 16.99%, Safari 10.27%, Android 1.58% http://llq9.gu.ma/

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in December 2014

What was popular on the Internet in December 2014?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in December 2014: facebook, google, youtube, you, christmas, craigslist, amazon, weather, yahoo, news http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in December 2014: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Shakira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Eminem http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in December 2014: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in December 2014: YouTube, Lady Gaga, Larry Page, Google+, Madonna http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in December 2014: google, facebook, youtube, yahoo, baidu http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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  • Browsers market share in December 2014: Chrome 46.13%, Explorer 22.30%, Firefox 16.34%, Safari 10.30%, Android 1.58% http://3pm5.gu.ma/

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages and apps, Twitter and Google+ most followed in November 2014

What was popular on the Internet in November 2014?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Facebook top 25 Apps
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in November 2014: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, amazon, games http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in November 2014: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Shakira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Eminem http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook apps in November 2014: Candy Crush Saga, Spotify, YouTube, Pinterest, Pet Rescue Saga http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in November 2014: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @taylorswift13, @YouTube http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in November 2014: YouTube, Lady Gaga, Larry Page, Google+, Google Chrome http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in November 2014: google, facebook, youtube, yahoo, baidu http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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  • Browsers market share in November 2014: Chrome 48.05%, Explorer 19.64%, Firefox 16.78%, Safari 10.59%, Android 1.58% http://ge7o.gu.ma/

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages and apps, Twitter and Google+ most followed in October 2014

What was popular on the Internet in October 2014?

  • Google top 25 search phrases
  • Facebook top 25 Pages
  • Facebook top 25 Apps
  • Twitter 25 most followed
  • Google+ 25 most followed
  • Alexa top 25 websites
  • Web browsers market share.

 

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  • Top 10 searches in October 2014: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, news, weather, yahoo, ebola, amazon http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook pages in October 2014: Facebook for Every Phone, Facebook, Shakira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Eminem http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Top 5 Facebook apps in October 2014: Candy Crush Saga, Farm Heroes Saga, Samsung Galaxy, Spotify, YouTube http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Twitter 5 most followed in October 2014: @katyperry, @justinbieber, @BarackObama, @YouTube, @taylorswift13 http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Google+ 5 most followed in October 2014: YouTube, Lady Gaga, Larry Page, Madonna, Google+ http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Global top 5 websites by Alexa in October 2014: google, facebook, youtube, yahoo, baidu http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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  • Browsers market share in October 2014: Chrome 47.63%, Explorer 19.24%, Firefox 17.04%, Safari 11.02%, Android 1.37% http://jmd7.gu.ma/

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