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Top Sites Automotive Category

Top Sites Automotive Category

A ranking of the top New Zealand websites for the week ending 30 July 2006 from Nielsen//NetRatings' Market Intelligence service for the Automotive category.

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Sites in this category generated just over 9% of all traffic to NZ websites last week (as measured by pages viewed). On average, people spend just under 9 minutes on these automotive sites per visit and return to them 2.5 times per week. It is an increasingly popular online category locally - 33% of New Zealanders indicate that they use automotive-type sites on a regular basis.

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