Top 10 Most Visited Entertainment Websites In The World

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  1. Top 1

    youtube.com

    YouTube is known as one of the most visited entertainment websites nowadays. It's great for personal use, but it can also help businesses expand their brand. Your videos will appear not only on YouTube but also on other search engines such as Google. Uploading and watching videos on YouTube is entirely free. Nevertheless, YouTube Premium was introduced. YouTube Premium is a paid membership that allows you to watch videos without advertisements, play videos in the background, and watch videos even when you are not connected to the internet.


    You may reach a large number of people quickly by using YouTube. These can include videos, music, sketch comedy, and video animation. You may now upload YouTube stories, polls, or post updates, much like on other social networking platforms like Instagram, which will significantly increase your audience. For example, you might hold a vote to determine which topic your viewers would want to see next, which not only captivates their interest but also helps you to know what people want to see from your channel.


    You may get paid for your YouTube views. You must have a Google AdSense account to earn money from your videos. You have the choice of linking your YouTube channel to a new Google AdSense account. There are various other methods to make money on YouTube besides Google Adsense, such as Affiliate Links; Sponsorships; Merch and Products; Selling Digital Products; Offer Services and much more.


    Website: https://www.youtube.com/

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  2. Top 2

    netflix.com

    Netflix is the world's top premium media streaming platform, with thousands of movies and shows available in almost 200 countries and territories. This platform is a subscription-based streaming service that allows its customers to watch TV shows and movies on any device that has access to the internet. You may also download TV series and movies to your iOS, Android, or Windows 10 device and view them without an internet connection, depending on your plan.


    Netflix content varies by region and may change over time. You can watch award-winning Netflix originals, TV shows, movies, documentaries, and other material. The more you watch, the better Netflix's recommendations of TV shows and movies get. Netflix may be accessed through any internet-connected device that supports the Netflix app, such as smart Televisions, game consoles, streaming media players, set-top boxes, smartphones, and tablets. You may also use an internet browser to stream Netflix on your PC.


    The number of devices you may watch Netflix on at the same time is determined by your Netflix plan, as is whether you can watch in High Definition (HD), Full High Definition (FHD), or Ultra High Definition (UHD) (UHD). Netflix has four plans to choose from Basic with Ads for $7 per month, Basic for $10, Standard for $15.50, and Premium for $20.


    Website: https://www.netflix.com/

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  3. Top 3

    bilibili.com

    Bilibili, a Shanghai-based online entertainment startup, made its Hong Kong stock market debut on March 26. It is the company's second listing after becoming public on the Nasdaq in 2018. It is one of the few companies backed by both Tencent Holdings and Alibaba Group Holding, the owner of the South China Morning Post, which has been dubbed as the “Chinese version of YouTube.”


    It is one of the famous Chinese video streaming platforms that offer a range of genres, including comics, games, and animation, where users can view, submit, and post comments on videos. For the good reason, it is regarded as one of the most visited entertainment websites in the world. One distinguishing feature that separated Bilbili from most other video-streaming services was "bullet comments": one-line viewer comments that float directly above a video. They can be real-time or left by previous viewers at specific points in a video, but they all fly across the screen at the same time, silently attracting your attention. The goal of bullet comments is to make users feel as though they are watching a video with a group of friends.


    The majority of Bilibili's users are Gen Z+, which the company defines as those born between 1985 and 2009. Among these dedicated users are "up zhu," or uploaders. These are video creators who, like YouTubers, cover a wide range of topics such as game comments, internet memes, science education, consumer electronics, and so on.


    Website: https://www.bilibili.com/

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  4. Top 4

    fandom.com

    Fandom is a platform that was built off the core technology powering Wikipedia in order to super-serve the needs of an incredibly passionate set of customers: fans! It was founded in 2004 by Jimmy Wales and Angela Beesley Starling (a British web entrepreneur). If Wikipedia is the "encyclopedia", Fandom is the remainder of the library - a large repository of data on every fictional universe.


    Fandom is the world's largest fan platform, where fans can immerse themselves in fictional worlds in entertainment and gaming. Fandom is the #1 source for in-depth information about pop culture, gaming, TV, and movies, with over 350 million unique visits every month and over 250,000 wikis, where fans learn about and celebrate their favorite fandoms. Fanatical, an online video game retailer, is managed by Fandom's Gaming division. Fandom Productions, Fandom's content arm, enhances the fan experience by collecting editorial coverage and branded content from reputable and established media brands such as Gamespot, TV Guide, and Metacritic, as well as its Emmy-nominated Honest Trailers and weekly video news show The Loop.


    Fandom began with over 1,500 pages contributed by a core group of passionate fan contributors. In more than 15 years, Fandom has grown to include over 40 million content pages in over 80 languages on 250,000 wikis about every fictional world ever created. Fans find themselves in fandom through entertainment. They provide a judgment-free setting where people may discover new favorites, go as far as they want, and engage with other fans.


    Website: https://www.fandom.com/

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  5. Top 5

    imdb.com

    If you've ever searched for a movie or an actor, you've definitely come across IMDb. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is the web's largest and most comprehensive movie database. It has a large collection of movies, television programs, and cast information. Amazon.com now owns the site, which was first launched in 1990. Top movies, news, reviews, movie trailers, showtimes, DVD movie reviews, celebrity profiles, and more can be found on IMDb.


    If you're looking for the story of a movie, who played in a recent film, or who will appear in an upcoming TV show, nearly any search engine will direct you there. There is a surprising number of entertainment-related materials available: scripts, trivia, director/producer information, publicity contacts, plot summaries, movie trailers, and so on. In addition to background information, the Internet Movie Database provides exclusive character resources like as biographies and memorable quotes, as well as the option to watch TV series and movies for free.


    Visitors are invited to add to the site's ever-expanding amount of information by rating movies on a scale. IMDb's "top" pages, such as the 250 films in the Top Rated Movies list, are based on these user votes of approval (or disapproval), which steadily rotates a list of movies through the list of favorites based on votes received.


    Website: https://www.imdb.com/

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  6. Top 6

    spotify.com

    Spotify's initial launch in 2008 was nearly 15 years ago. Much has changed since then, and the platform is now among the most visited entertainment websites for streaming music, with a significant lead over competitors such as Apple Music and TIDAL. Spotify is a streaming music service. It offers instant access to its vast online library of music and podcasts, allowing you to listen to any content at any time. It's both legal and simple to use. Millions of songs from a wide range of genres and artists are available, including obscure indie rock, top 40 pop, movie soundtracks, and classical music.


    It also includes curated playlists and internet radio stations, as well as a complex algorithm for recommending songs based on your listening history. Podcasts are also plentiful, so whether you enjoy real crime stories or tech discussions, there is something for everyone. In fact, the firm is significantly investing in podcast content, having purchased podcast networks Gimlet Media and Parcast. It even spent more than $100 million on a multi-year exclusive deal with the Joe Rogan Experience.


    Once you've created your Spotify account, your home page serves as your gateway to discovery. You may look through popular playlists, which include top hits from your country and many others. Scrolling down reveals mood playlists, popular albums, trending hits, podcasts to try, and so on. The best part is that Spotify is entirely free to use. The service offers a Premium membership plan, but you may also use an ad-supported version of the site for free.

    Website: https://spotify.com/

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  7. Top 7

    archiveofourown.org

    The Archive of Our Own (often known as AO3) is a non-profit open-source repository for user-submitted fanfiction and other fanworks. The Organization for Transformative Works built the site in 2008, and it launched into open beta in 2009. Archive of Our Own now has 10,220,000 works in over 54,020 fandoms as of November 28, 2022. The site has received positive feedback for its curation, organization, and design, which was primarily done by fanfiction readers and writers.

    Archive of Our Own permits writers to publish any content as long as it is legal. This allowance was created in response to the policies of other popular fanfiction hosts, such as LiveJournal, which at one point began deleting the accounts of fic writers who wrote what the site considered pornography, and FanFiction.Net, which prohibits a variety of stories, including those that repurpose characters created by authors who oppose fanfiction. Readers can leave comments, make public or private bookmarks and subscribe to series and writers. Registered users can also build moderated or unmoderated 'collections,' which are intended to keep a collection of works in one place. Works on Archive of Our Own can be categorized and tagged depending on elements of the story, such as characters and ships involved, as well as other specific tags.


    AO3 now reaches more than ten million fanworks (including stories, art pieces, and podcast fic recordings, referred to as podfics). The AO3 is based on open-source archiving software designed by and for fans. The open-source software for AO3 is now hosted on GitHub. The servers are held by the Organization for Transformative Works (OTW) and are totally supported by donations. Users do not pay, and there are no adverts on the site.


    Website: https://archiveofourown.org/

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    pixiv.net

    Pixiv, one of the most visited entertainment websites, is a community that allows illustrators and illustration aficionados to engage each other via their content and allows users to publish their own illustrations. Users connect with one another, with the content of their profiles at the center of their discussions, based on the illustrations they upload and save. Pixiv hosts illustrations from a variety of genres.


    Pixiv's goal is to give a platform for artists to exhibit their work and receive feedback through a rating system and user comments. The works are structured in an extensive tag system that serves as the website's backbone. To view the website, you must first sign up for a free subscription. The core idea of Pixiv is for people to contribute their own art illustrations, which excludes most types of photography; creative writing can also be published. Users may join a social network in which they can rate contributions, post comments on the artwork, and change tags on any entry. Users can start impromptu user-generated participation events where people submit art related to a common specified theme.


    The website's worldwide policy includes protecting all Pixiv users' privacy and refraining from uploading other people's works, reprinting other people's works without permission, and advertising for a profit. The community is frequently used to host both user-organized and manufacturer-sponsored contests. The community is also utilized as a platform for co-creation, where users collaborate and new content is created.


    Website: https://www.pixiv.net/en/

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  9. Top 9

    disneyplus.com

    Disney Plus, as the name suggests, is The Walt Disney Company's streaming service. It began in November 2019 and already has approximately 130 million subscribers worldwide. It primarily distributes movies and television shows that the company has produced, but it also offers dedicated content hubs for brands such as Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and others.


    Disney has specialized in streaming for a number of years, with the UK offering DisneyLife in 2015, but Disney Plus is its most well-rounded service. It is a one-stop shop for all things Disney, but its mix of other Disney-owned franchises, such as Star Wars and Marvel, means it contains a lot of popular content. It also includes certain Fox programming, including the overwhelming majority of The Simpsons episodes. For users who want more from their subscription, Disney has created bundle deals with ESPN+ and Hulu.


    Disney Plus works similarly to other streaming services. All you have to do is sign up for it by entering your credit card details before signing in on any device. Disney Plus is accessible via your computer browser, and there are several apps available for use with the service. It's accessible via a variety of devices, making it simple to use whether you're tech-savvy or not. Many Smart TVs have the app, so you can go to it just like any other TV station.


    Website: https://www.disneyplus.com/

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  10. Top 10

    hbomax.com

    HBO Max is a subscription-based on-demand video streaming service from Warner Media Entertainment that includes titles from Warner's massive library of movies and TV series, as well as content from other Warner Media brands such as HBO. That means it has movies and TV shows produced by Warner Bros, as well as programming from Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, TBS, TNT, and others. The program also features exclusive content such as The Flight Attendant, Green Lantern, and the reboot of Gossip Girl.


    In practice, HBO Max functions similarly to Netflix, Disney+, and Peacock. It's a streaming service lets you view movies and television series whenever and wherever you want. If you're at home, you may watch on your computer through their website or on your television using a streaming device. If you don't want to be tied down, you may use the HBO Max app to stream on your phone or tablet. All you need is an HBO Max subscription and a high-speed internet connection. You can access the entire HBO collection with an HBO Max subscription, including original series and movies, documentaries, comedy specials, and a rotating selection of new and classic films.


    While the majority of the content on HBO Max consists of shows that have aired elsewhere, the service also produces original content that is not available elsewhere. For example, if you want to see what occurred after the conclusion of Cartoon Network's Adventure Time or the CW's long-running Gossip Girl, the continuations to each of those series are only accessible through HBO Max.


    Website: https://www.hbomax.com/

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