Performance index: 1 July - 31 July 2003, 8am-8pm

Rank Site Performance Availability

(secs) (per cent)

1 Google.co.uk 0.23 99.87

2 BBC.co.uk 0.36 100.00

3 Yahoo.co.uk 0.59 100.00

4 MSN.co.uk 0.84 99.94

5 Kelkoo.co.uk 0.84 100.00

6 Lycos.co.uk 1.01 100.00

7 Guardianunlimited.co.uk 1.02 99.75

8 Autosport.com 1.28 99.75

9 Tesco.co.uk 1.44 100.00

10 SkySports.com 1.53 99.87

Worst performing site 8.79 99.81

The basket of 20 sites is: Amazon.co.uk; AOL UK; Autosport.com;

Barclays.co.uk; bbc.co.uk; Ebay.co.uk; ebookers.co.uk;

Fortunecity.co.uk; Google.co.uk; Guaradian.co.uk; Johnlewis.com;

lastminute.com; Lycos.co.uk; MSN.co.uk; QXL.com; ShopSmart.co.uk;

SkySports.cm; Tesco.co.uk; Yahoo.co.uk; uk.BOL.com.

The Revolution Keynote Performance Index measures the performance of 20 representative sites from across the digital economy in terms of speed of loading and site availability. The top 10 are featured each week, and the worst performing web site is quoted anonymously. Sectors represented in the survey include portal, retail, broadcast, search, banking, online auction and travel.

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Digital marketing executives oversee the online marketing strategy for their organisation. They plan and execute digital (including email) marketing campaigns and design, maintain and supply content for the organisation's website(s).