Top Irish Websites
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Top Irish Websites tend to be names you know and probably websites you have viewed – it’s what makes them the best. If you are thinking of creating an award winning website, it is always good to know what the most popular websites are and what makes them so popular. The most popular websites tend to be the most useful so it is always worth baring in mind that to create an award winning website – it should be something that is very useful to most people.
The most viewed or top Irish websites that are listed below have been compiled by Alexa who is an amazon owned company that is renowned for providing digital marketing statistics regarding websites for many years. They even provide an index for how popular every website is. Google is number one, just in case you were in any doubt!
So, the Top Irish Websites are as follows…
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IN THE TOP 20
From 20 to 15, these websites are viewed so frequently in Ireland that they make the top 20 list!
The number 20 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Sundayworld.com
Paul Williams fans enjoy their weekly fix on lazy Sunday mornings online. It is also the choice among a few for its sports news that cover the Sunday Irish games from season start to All Ireland Final.
The number 19 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Bing.com
Search engine developed by Microsoft. Just like our number one searched website, bing offers searches in web, image, video, local, news, and also provides product searches. Bing is the default search engine with Microsoft phones. These phones were formally made by Nokia which was Irelands favourite mobile phone manufacturer for many years. Irish are always loyal and have bought many Nokia Lumias owing to their loyalty to Nokia so by default, they now commonly use bing as their search engine. This is one of the factors that has helped it reach the number 19 spot on Irelands most used websites.
The number 18 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: rte.ie
RTE – for Irish news and more importantly, the rte player which lets Ireland catch up on all the Irish TV that they missed out on! Many of our Irish abroad are dissapointed to know that they find it hard to access the rteplayer abroad. Some people in this predicament have used Kodi to watch RTE Player onlline…
The 17th most viewed website is Reddit
Reddit was one of the first websites to be based on allowing users to post something and vote for the post to get to the first page. This is basically what is done by the number one viewed website in Ireland, google, except google has to work very hard to give the most important websites or posts to you when you carry out a search…
The 16th most viewed website is the Independent News Paper
The independent was the most purchased daily newspaper in Ireland for many years and their website version of the newspaper is number 16 on the most viewed websites by Irish readers in 2016. The daily and Sunday online newspaper is still obviously one of the most important sources of news for Irish readers daily.
IN THE TOP 15
From 15 to 10, these websites are known and loved by many in Ireland.
The number 15 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Amazon.com
Amazon is used by Kindle users by default and is the source of many a good book prior to the summer holidays but is also widely used to source anything from Dublin Football jerseys to Kilkenny made hurles. Put simply, Amazon is used by Irish website users to buy books, movies, music,electronics, toys, makeup, shoes and so much more.
The number 14 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Done Deal
Set up by a Wexford duo, done deal got in early and secured the love of many Irish online buyers and sellers. It still has the highest Irish website spot for Irish online traders. You can buy anything from and Galway car to an Cork pair of socks and everything inbetween. Many Irish website users only use the internet to check their emails or check the prices of things on donedeal – we all know someone that fits this description!
The number 13 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: MSN.com
Die hard Irish viewers still access their outlook (or older hotmail) email account through msn, The fact that hotmail used to be accessed through msn is one of the reasons that Irish viewers got used to seeing the Irish and worldwide news through the msn protal. This is one of the many reasons that so many people still check into MSN on a daily basis to give it such a high position on the Irish top website list.
The number 12 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: AIB
AIB is one of the biggest Irish banks and is used by many commercial bank holders. Many small to medium Irish businesses use AIB and use their online banking website to manage their payroll, accounts transfers and more. This combined with the many Irish households that use AIB for their mortgage account and personal banking makes the position of AIB’s website a site that is just shy of the top ten Irish viewed websites.
The number 11 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: The Lad Bible
The Lad Bible was Established in May 2012 and is a website that has had many posts through facebook and other social networking sites go completely viral. It has a name for shocking readers with witty and sometimes a little over the line articles and images. The Irish have always enjoyed a laugh and it shows by this website grabbing such a large amount of Irish readers.
THE TOP FIVE
The top top 5 websites viewed in Ireland are as follows:
Arguably the most used search engine in the world. No real argument from Ireland as we use it here more than any other website, let alone search engine! Google.ie is the website address of Google Ireland which tries to give better results to Irish searchers. A website that is deemed a better result to an Irish person is a website that is Irish based or a website that is of the most interest to an Irish based viewer.
FROM 15 TO 10
15 to 10, these websites are known and loved by many in Ireland.
The number 10 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Amazon.co.uk
Amozon is used by Kindle users by default and is the source of many a good book prior to the summer holidays but is also widely used to source anything from Dublin Football jerseys to Kilkenny made hurles. Put simply, Amazon is used by Irish website users to buy books, movies, music,electronics, toys, makeup, shoes and so much more.
The number 9 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Linkedin.com
Linkedin or the professional version of facebook as it is sometimes known is the website that helps Irish users get employment. That being said, it is common practice for potential employers to review facebook profiles too so don’t be under the illusion that anything you put online is not going to be the subject of a chat during an interview… LinkedIn is still a great networking tool and it is easy to see why it is widely used in Ireland.
The number 8 website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Live.com
Live.com is basically our portal to hotmail which remains one of the most used email address that is chosen by Irish users. There are many reasons for live also being used, not least the fact that it is the default homepage for Internet Explorer. People who work in an office, especially banks and insurance companies, will be used to the more used to seeing live.com. This is because it is supported by Microsoft so it is unlikely that you will be seeing a difference in this trend any time soon.
The number 7th website that is the most viewed website by Irish readers is: Twitter.com
Twitter is used more for small tit bits of information and is mainly viewed by Irish viewers to stay updated with news – all the time. It is often used more for searching for trending toppings of strangers that that of people that are part of your network circle. That being said, people tend to retweet (share) the most interesting information that they find to their circles so it is still similar to the more preferred facebook.
Once upon a time Irish families had a dusty set of Encyclopedia books in the corner that was written by a professor somewhere and verified by teams of people. Wikipedia changed all that. Now you can write an explanation for what every you feel you are an expert on and get it published Its actually not as bad as that with critique and criticism coming from all angles so people tend to only write on subjects they ARE experts on.