In one of my article on the Top 20 Most Visited Sites in Nigeria, it got a lot of pageviews which is quite interesting to note that Nigerians are interested in knowing such facts and figures. This post would deliberate on the top 5 ranking indigenous site.
Nairaland.com which offers a broad discussion forum for Nigerians is still at the fore front. The new entrant, 234next.com is of course news worthy beating sunnewsonline to the 4th position.
Analyzing these sites, social media has had great impact on most of the sites especially the news publishing sites except for nairaland.com which could be inferred has done a little bit of harm to its traffic considering it has highest bounce rate of the top sites, and also with competition from nigerianbestforum.com closing in the forum category.
In the news publishing category, it can be deduced that Vanguardngr.com has the highest minutes per visitors which is has a result of their new website which is the first news site to be optimized for mobile.
Here are the top 5 most visited sites in Nigeria.
Approximately 21% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only). The bank’s site traffic has been able to achieve this largely to its social media strategy and its internet banking .
The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is about 10%. The site has attained a traffic rank of 13 among users in Nigeria, where approximately 80% of its audience is located.
Punchng.com is ranked #12 with about 88% of visitors to the site coming from Nigeria and approximately 40% of visits to this site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces).
Approximately 40% of visits to this site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). Visitors to the site view an average of 3.7 unique pages per day. Visitors to Punchng.com spend roughly seven minutes per visit to the site and 77 seconds per pageview.
Vanguard is ranked #10 and the time spent in a typical visit to the site is approximately nine minutes, with 75 seconds spent on each pageview, and visitors to the site view 5.4 unique pages each day on average. The site has a bounce rate of roughly 43% (i.e., 43% of visits consist of only one pageview).
The forum which covers dozens of topics including romance, technology, careers, business, and entertainment. With over half a million members, the number one Nigerian community online continues to grow.
48% of visits to the site consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). The fraction of visits to Nairaland.com referred by search engines is roughly 25% with about 74.4% of visitors to the site coming from Nigeria.
Data sourced from Alexa.com
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So which of these sites do you visit most?