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Top 10 Sites in the United Kingdom

The most popular sites in the UK
Do you expected this result?

1-Google UK
google.co.uk
The local version of this pre-eminent search engine, offering UK-specific pages as well as world results.

2-Facebook
facebook.com
A social utility that connects people, to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos.

3-Google
google.com
Enables users to search the Web, Usenet, and images. Features include PageRank, caching and translation of results, and an option to find similar pages. The company's focus is developing search technology.

4-YouTube - Broadcast yourself
youtube.com
YouTube is a way to get your videos to the people who matter to y... Moreou. Upload, tag and share your videos worldwide!

5-BBC Newsline Ticker
bbc.co.uk
Headline ticker will automatically update throughout the day with the latest news, sport, travel, finance and weather from the BBC. Available for multiple OS platforms.

6-Yahoo!
yahoo.com
Personalized content and search options. Chatrooms, free e-mail, clubs, and pager.

7-Windows Live
live.com
Search engine from Microsoft.

8-eBay UK
ebay.co.uk
Person to person online auction site where you can buy or sell new and used items.

9-Wikipedia
wikipedia.org
An online collaborative encyclopedia.

9-Amazon.co.uk
amazon.co.uk
Online retailer of books, movies, music and games along with electronics, toys, apparel, sports, tools, groceries and general home and garden items. Region 2 DVDs and prices in pounds sterling.

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twitter.com
Social networking and microblogging service utilising instant mes... Moresaging, SMS or a web interface.
source : Alexa.com

I almost visit all of them every day, except amazon.com which I rarely use it.

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