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NZ Still Showing Keen Interest in Sports Online

New Zealanders Still Showing Keen Interest in Sports Online

AUCKLAND — 22 March 2006. The number of unique browsers to the top sites in the sport category in Nielsen//NetRatings Market Intelligence grew by double digits this past week, as compared to the previous week. Interest in the Commonwealth games is surely driving a good proportion of the increased traffic, with xtramsn.co.nz/sport growing by 20% versus the previous week, stuff.co.nz/sport growing by 27%, nzherald.co.nz/sport growing by 30% and tvnz.co.nz_sport growing by 22%.

Shown on the ranking below are the top websites in the Sport category in Nielsen//NetRatings Market Intelligence, ranked by unique browsers. For reference, the previous week’s results are also included below.

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