An interactive map of the U.S. shows the number of new sites each month and how they’re growing.
Read moreAn interactive map shows the growth in new websites each month, and the number that are registered in each state.
Read moreThe map shows that websites with fewer than 20 active users are growing quickly, with the top states like New York and California, where new sites are growing, growing at a much faster rate than other states.
The map also shows that in 2018, more sites were registered in Arizona, Arizona, and Utah than the other states combined.
The top states that have registered more sites in 2018 are Arizona, New York, and California.
According to The New York Times, Arizona is also the top state in terms of the number, but also the number in the top two states for the number registered in that state.
The states that are in the middle are Nevada, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
The list goes on.
It’s important to note that these states are not only growing in number, they are growing faster than the rest of the country.
In 2017, New Jersey had more than 500,000 websites, and it’s expected to surpass 500,0000 by 2021.
That’s an increase of more than 20% in just three years.
The New Jersey Office of Management and Budget predicts that New Jersey will see an average of 1.1 million new websites a year by 2021, up from about 800,000 by 2021 and 400,000 in 2020.
In 2017, Utah had more sites registered than the entire state of California, but the state of Utah, like New Jersey, is in the midst of a severe drought.
The state of Idaho also saw a record number of sites registered last year, which is also expected to continue in 2021.
The Times reports that in 2017, a new website in the United States is registered every 30 seconds, and a website in Texas every 20 seconds.