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TimesJobs, MagicBricks on the upswing in May 2011: comScore report

23-June-2011
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TimesJobs, MagicBricks on the upswing in May 2011: comScore report

Web analytics firm comScore has released their latest figures for the month of May, according to which Times Jobs is now the leading jobs listing portal in India, followed by Naukri, Monster and Shine.com. As per comScore data, the Times Jobs portal had 46.77 lakh unique visitors followed by Naukri.com at 44.72 lakh, Monster India at 33.47 lakh, and Shine.com at 14.37 lakh visitors.

The comScore report on the usage statistics of online listing sites also placed MagicBricks ahead of the other other property portals in May, with 11.49 lakh visitors. Other property portals follow behind with IndiaProperty.com at 7.15, 99Acres.com at 6.98 lakh and Makaan.com at 3.95 lakh. While the total number of visitors to MagicBricks grew by 15 percent, the total number for TimesJobs grew by 6 percent.

Interestingly, this follows a ViziSense report which places Naukri as ahead of Times Jobs, with Monster in at number three, while the ViziSense report also noted that MagicBricks is the leading property listings website, and that the category as a whole has grown by 30 per cent.

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