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SHARP RATINGS: Scoop Tops NZ Internet Ratings

Christmas is looking good on Scoop especially when looking at today’s NZ Internet ratings….

Check Out.

http://www.hitwise.co.nz/

Into the “Try Hitwise:” box type “www.scoop.co.nz” – but without the quote marks.

Click GO.

A box will then pop up saying…push next….push NEXT.

“Hitwise ranks over 70,000 sites in 130 categories. Scoop is ranked 2 in the All Sites (New Zealand) category as visited by New Zealanders for the week ending December 16, 2000.”

Read on to discover that Scoop has 6.2% of total NZ Internet traffic for the week. Three times the traffic on Telecom’s Xtra.co.nz and only edged out from the top spot by Bill Gates Msn.com.

Now even Scoop is inclined to think these are sharp ratings!


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