Revenue per user was calculated using ComScore data on the number of Facebook and Google-sites users for the sake of consistency. For Google, computations used top-line revenue reporting that doesn't account for traffic acquisition costs, or substantial payments made to other sites (Google Network members) and distribution partners like AOL and Ask under Google's revenue-sharing agreements.
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