- The September comScore report places Yahoo as the No. 1 U.S. site for consumer reach and traffic for the third month in a row.
- Yahoo reportedly had over 225 million unique monthly U.S. visitors in September. The report only covered desktop in the U.S., but CEO Marissa Mayer said on a quarterly sales call that the site had 800 million unique global views and 390 million monthly mobile users.
- The site also topped comScore's "Ad Focus" list, which measures the reach of online ad networks.
Yahoo is one of the most controversial corporate brands around today, and one has to give credit to them for turning around what seemed to be a sinking ship. For two years prior to the first No. 1 spot grab in July, the site was fighting declining traffic. Yahoo still struggles with revenue, but reports like this one from comScore suggest a brighter future.