Concerns about the new wave of coronavirus, which could break out again after the holidays, testing students in schools, as well as an unusual increase in respiratory diseases in children in the first school month, could all affect users' interest in Health sites. This web category, which includes, for example, websites with a medical clinic, a description of diseases, and articles on a healthy lifestyle, grew in September mainly on mobile phones by 10%.
The return of children to school and the increased interest in the selection of school and hobby groups affected the increase in the number of users in the category of Interest servers, hobbies. Growth in this web category was recorded mainly on mobile devices - almost 3% on mobile phones and 6% on tablets. After the holidays, at a time when many users were preparing their gardens or balconies for the arrival of autumn, the number of visitors to the Housing category increased, which includes, among other things, lifestyle websites focused on living advice. Websites in this category grew by 10% for traditional PCs and 12% for mobile phones, which was one of the largest month-on-month increases in all categories.
After returning from holidays and vacations to normal working life, the number of users of Men's Lifestyle Magazines grew, including articles on culture, relationships, and technology. The largest increase in this category was recorded on tablets (36%) and classic PCs (16%). In total, more than half a million users from all devices visited websites aimed at men in September.
Tab. 1. Results of measuring Internet traffic on individual devices August and September 2021.