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Superbowl Brings Some Users to Log on While Tuning in


In 2009, 12% of Superbowl viewers spent time on the Internet during the game. These users spend their time on general interest websites, as well as search, member communities and email.
18% of simultaneous internet users spent their time on a sports website that may or may not have had a direct association to the game on the televisions. The singular website that was most visited by simultaneous web users was Facebook, with 23.5% of simultaneous users visiting the site during the game.

It will be interesting to see what the stats were for 2010.

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