Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a news conference at Facebook's headquarters in Palo Alto
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook posted record traffic numbers in July. REUTERS

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter both posted record unique visitor numbers in July, according to comScore data.

Facebook had 162 million unique visitors in July up from 160.8 million in June and 157.2 million in May. This data goes against chatter that Facebook might be losing some of its luster to other social media, such as recent addition Google+.

Twitter was also able to hold off Google+ as well - at least in the month of July. Twitter also had a record month for unique visitors with 32.8 million unique visitors, an upgrade from 30.6 million in June and 27 million in May.

The other big social media outlet - LinkedIn - was unfortunately unable to join its brethren in the positive gain market. LinkedIn saw its unique visitors dip to 32.5 million in July from 33.9 million in June, which could be attributed to a traffic boost from its initial public offering (IPO).

Google+ was hyped by some in the media as the Twitter and Facebook killer but that has yet to prove true. It's still very early for Google+, which has over 10 million users, but after a month's glance it looks as if all three could co-exist and grow.