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NZ's Top Technology Websites

NZ's Top Technology Websites

a website ranking of the top ten channels in Nielsen//NetRatings' Market Intelligence Technology category for New Zealand visitors' unique browsers for the week to 11 May 2008.

Please note that this is a measurementof New Zealand domestic traffic going to technology websites, whilst last year we released total traffic numbers for this category which included visitors from overseas. The domestic traffic ranking gives a more accurate representation of New Zealand based users going to each site. The top three in the technology sector for domestic traffic are nzherald.co.nz/technology, stuff.co.nz/technology and geekzone.co.nz.

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