63 Million People Visited YouTube in July; Only 25% come from the US

comScore Media Metrix analysis of worldwide video streaming activity from YouTube.com confirms  that an average of 100 million video streams were served per day in July 2006. comScore daily streaming data show that YouTube.com first surpassed the 100 million threshold on July 17th, which coincides with YouTube’s own announcement that they had reached 100M  mark.  

In July 2006, YouTube served nearly 3 billion video streams worldwide, with slightly less than one-quarter of the total activity streamed to U.S. locations.  On an average daily basis for the month, 96 million streams were served worldwide, and 21 million in the U.S. 

In July, more than 63 million people (Age 15+) worldwide visited YouTube.com, 16 million of whom came from the U.S.  On a daily basis, the site attracted an average of 6.2 million visitors worldwide, with 1.6 million residing in the U.S.  The site also ranked as the 17th most visited property worldwide during the month. 

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