Facebook is the most visited site on the internet, according to Google's list of the 1,000 most-visited sites on the web.
The social networking site logged 570 billion page views in April, reaching 35.2 per cent of the total internet population.
The next most popular site was Yahoo, with 490 billion page views and 31.8 per cent of the market.
Google's data does not include its own sites, but the list does provide some fascinating insights into web search behaviour.
Microsoft's Live site scooped third place, but Wikipedia claimed fourth with one out of every five internet users visiting the crowd-sourced encyclopaedia. The organisation's latest upsets do not seem to have hurt the site's credibility.
Chinese search giant Baidu took eighth place, reflecting its dominant position in its home market, and the official Chinese government news site sina.com.cn took 11th place.
Mozilla came in 10th with 140 million page views, while Apple languished in 27th place with barely half that number.
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