More resolution version (PDF) is available at Scribd. This is my quick and dirty chart to see the competition inside Thailand web industry. Data is gathered from [TrueHits.net](http://truehits.net/index_ranking.php) on 22 May 2008 and only top 100 sites ordered by Unique IP. My rough summary * Coincidentally, web sites in Top 10 need to have more than 100k UIP/day. (This will definitely be changed in near future) * As everyone in Thai web industry should know, #1 (sanook) and #2 (kapook) are standout from the rest. * The next biggest gap is between #8 (bloggang) and #9 (playpark). Both are different by ~50k UIP. We might say that the most visited sites in Thailand are Top 8. * The distribution of #10 to #100 is interesting. Considering only this information, it's very likely to be Long Tail. My remarks and suggestions * Many popular web sites in Thailand (e.g. Google.co.th) are not listed in TrueHits ranking * For full statistics of each site, site owner need to pay more to TrueHits. Some sites (e.g. Pantip) prefer to be ranked only in limited amount. * I should add more sites to this chart, probaly Top 1000. To prove that Long Tail effect still continue in wider range. * Cross-checking by Alexa (and some other internet marketing) statistic is preferred. * Categorization of each sites in the rank is also preferred. To see the distribution by type.