The biggest surge in traffic for 2018 has been on the internet, according to new data from traffic analytics company Alexa.
The company reports that the number of unique visitors to websites has jumped by 30%, and the number visits per user has jumped 40%.
This is despite the fact that internet usage is slowing down and is now down to the same level as it was just a few years ago.
The company says that the increase in traffic is not necessarily the result of a drastic increase in users or traffic levels, but rather a gradual decline in traffic.
It’s likely that the decrease in traffic due to a shift to mobile devices and more people streaming their favourite shows to their TV is the biggest cause of the increase.
As part of the study, Alexa has been measuring websites in its network for the past three years.
The data is now being used by Amazon to monitor traffic, and it is using the results to predict the number and size of new traffic.
It also includes traffic on the sites that were included in the Alexa’s most recent traffic report.
The new figures show that on average, Alexa’s network saw a total of 8.3 million unique visitors in 2018, and that this number was rising.
This represents an increase of 50% over the previous year.
This also means that Alexa now estimates that the site will see an average of around 5 million visits per month by 2021.
That is the same as the number Alexa recorded in 2021, which was 7.3.
This indicates that the internet is in a much healthier state than it was in the early 2000s.
However, this is a slow growth path, which means it is going to take some time for Alexa to fully catch up to the rapid growth in internet usage that we saw in 2018.
As a result, Alexa now expects that traffic on most sites will increase by 50% to 70% by 2021, with most sites experiencing traffic growth of between 20% and 30%.