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The market share for increased by 0.001 for Popular Sites, more than any other segment for the same time period.
|Alexa Rank||Websites||Market Share||Market Share Change|
|Most Popular Sites||< 1,000||n/a||n/a||0%|
|Very Popular Sites||< 10,000||n/a||n/a||0%|
|Popular Sites||< 100,000||2||0.002%||100%|
|Less Popular Sites||< 1,000,000||18||0.002%||100%|
This chart shows the history of detected websites using .
The market share is the same now as it was 6 months ago
Websites using were found on 33 top level domains
|Top Level Domains||Percent|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (.ba)||5.512%|
|New Zealand (.nz)||3.150%|
|European Union (.eu)||2.362%|
|United Kingdom (.uk)||2.362%|
|British Indian Ocean Territory (.io)||1.575%|
|Cyprus, Republic of (.cy)||0.787%|
|United States of America (.us)||0.787%|
We detected the following sites were using Microweber
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