The most popular free websites for people to visit, according to a survey by The New York Times.
More than half of the sites are free or pay-for-performance websites, according a survey conducted by The Times.
The list includes sites like Amazon, Netflix, WordPress, and Spotify.
The Times says it was inspired by a study by the Associated Press and Pew Research Center.
The AP and Pew found that people use the sites for free to visit and share content.
In fact, a quarter of people surveyed said they would pay for the site.
The survey asked people to rate the quality of the content they were reading and the number of times they had seen a video on the site and how often they shared the content with friends.
The highest-ranked free websites, the Times says, were those that have been around for more than two years.
The study found that more than half the top-ranked sites were paid for by advertising.
Those sites that have a paid component have more than 3.5 million monthly active users.
That number jumps to 6.5 percent for sites with a paid subscription.
The site that has the most views, however, has only about 1.5 billion monthly users.
The next most popular sites, according the study, are those that provide content to websites or other apps, such as Snapchat, Airbnb, and Tumblr.
These sites have an average monthly active user of about 4 million, the study found.
The average paid website, however has about 5 million users.
Another popular free site, The Verge, is ranked third in the top five, the survey found.
It has 1.3 million monthly users and is the second most popular paid site in the country behind Airbnb.
The Verge says it’s been a free-for all in the past year, with thousands of people leaving it for competitors like Facebook, which has a paid-for ad business.
The website has been offering paid subscriptions since it launched in 2010.
Airbnb has a similar model to Uber, but its ad business allows it to offer a discount to hosts who subscribe to its app.