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Web Technology Usage Report per Top Level Domain
How well do you know your market? Find out who your most promising prospects are, and how they look like. Discover in which parts of the market your competition thrives.
Our technology usage report is a detailed monthly report on the usage of web technologies on the various top level domains. The report comes via email as a PDF file and has over 6900 pages with hierarchical bookmarks that make it easy to navigate. It covers this information:
- List of all top level domains
Which top level domains are covered? Shows a list of all 849 top level domains monitored for our surveys, together with a short description.
- Usage Report
How popular is each of the top level domains? Shows percentages of usage for all top level domains that we monitor. Also shows how much these figures changed compared to the last month and to the last year.
- Historical Trend Report
How did the popularity of the top level domains change over time? Shows tables and diagrams of monthly trends of usage for all top level domains since January 2010.
- Growth Rate Report
Which are the fastest growing top level domains? Shows the current growth rates in the usage of all top level domains both in absolute figures and percentages in the last month and in the last year.
- New Site Usage Report
How popular is each of the top level domains among new sites? Shows percentages of usage for all top level domains among sites that were first visited in the last month, because they have only recently entered the top 10 million sites.
- Top Site Usage Report
Which top level domains are primarily used by high traffic sites? Shows for each top level domain the share of top sites among all the sites that use that specific top level domain.
- List of sites that use specific top level domains
For each of the 849 top level domains: which popular sites use it? Shows up to 50 popular sites that use a specific top level domain (if there are that many sites in a month).
- Market Position Report
Where in the market diagram are the top level domains? Shows the market position of the 30 most popular top level domains in terms of popularity and usage by high traffic sites.
- Ranking Breakdown Report
Which top level domains are popular among high traffic sites? Shows usage and ranks of all top level domains among websites within popularity ranges of the Alexa ranking, that is among the top 1 million sites, the top 100,000, the top 10,000 and the top 1,000 sites.
Market Segmentation Reports
Which top level domains are particularly strong in which markets? A large set of reports evaluating the usage of top level domains within sites that use other specific web technologies. This shows, for example, the usage and ranks of all top level domains among sites that use WordPress compared to the usage on all websites.
These detailed reports are available not only for content management systems, but also for the usage of top level domains broken down by
- Content Management Systems
- Server-side Programming Languages
- Client-side Programming Languages
- Markup Languages
- Character Encodings
- Image File Formats
- Site Elements
- Structured Data Formats
- SSL Certificate Authorities
- Social Widgets
- Traffic Analysis Tools
- Advertising Networks
- Tag Managers
- Web Servers
- Operating Systems
- Web Hosting Providers
- Reverse Proxy Services
- Server Locations
- Content Languages
Please see technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys, and read our disclaimer to learn about possible incompleteness and inaccuracy of our data.
Table of Content
This is a preview of the current report's table of content.
|8. Sites using specific Top Level Domains|| ||134|
|10. Ranking Breakdown|| ||986|
|11. Segmentation Reports|| ||1027|
|11.1. Content Management Systems|| ||1027|
|11.2. Server-side Programming Languages|| ||1808|
|11.3. Client-side Programming Languages|| ||1919|
|11.5. Markup Languages|| ||2191|
|11.6. Character Encodings|| ||2320|
|11.7. Image File Formats|| ||2422|
|11.9. Structured Data Formats|| ||3035|
|11.10. SSL Certificate Authorities|| ||3183|
|11.11. Social Widgets|| ||3382|
|11.13. Traffic Analysis Tools|| ||3682|
|11.14. Advertising Networks|| ||4042|
|11.17. Operating Systems|| ||4490|
|11.18. Web Hosting Providers|| ||4622|
|11.19. Reverse Proxy Services|| ||6026|
|11.20. Server Locations|| ||6100|
|11.21. Content Languages|| ||6680|
Purchasing this report entitles you to use the information within your organization and in direct non-public communication with your business partners. The data may not be published or sold to third parties.
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