Ian Grainger<br /><ul><li> The United
Kingdom and U.S. have similar visitation patterns amongst citizens at the category level – however sites like eBay reach far more of the online population in the U.K. than in the U.S.
Governor of Virginia: 2002 –
2006</li></ul>Over 10,000 American’s searched “Virginia is for Lovers” in September 2010<br />* Warner.Senate.gov: “Mark Warner”<br />
Senator Mark Warner<br /><ul><li> The
Department of Labor Statistics ranks Virginia as the 9th lowest unemployment rate at 6.8% in November 2010* – however unemployment related searches still rank near the top of reasons why people visit Virginia.gov.
Just under 50% of the
visitors to Virginia.gov also make a household income of over $75,000, compared to just 35% of the Total Internet.
Vice Director, Forces Structure, Resources
and Assessment: 2005 – 2007</li></ul>* Defense.gov: “Lt. Gen. Michael A. Vane bio”<br />* TampaBay.com: “More job seekers choosing military over civilian job market”<br />
Lt. General Michael Vane<br /><ul><li>
America’s Army, a video game developed by Col. Casey Wardynski to provide more information to prospective recruits, had over 60 thousand visitors in November 2010, largely comprised of males aged 12-34. Visitation peaked at over 170 thousand visitors in October 2009.