Barry is leading the way as Wales' most internet-savvy area for businesses.
The seaside town has been named Wales' leading 'digital champion' by Google after its online presence grew by more than 22 percent since last year.
Barry topped the list of 10 'digital champion' towns as part of Google's 'Getting Welsh Business Online' campaign, designed to help small businesses boost their online presence.
The following places in Wales made Google's top 10 list:
- Colwyn Bay
To decide the winners, Google used its online advertising service to assess the strength of online commercial activity in Wales and the specific areas showing the most potential.
Barry's success as Wales' top digital town comes as Google searches for 'Barry' and 'holidays' have increased by 62 percent increase in the UK since December 2011.
Victoria Andrews and her husband Mark are the owners of Barry B&B Sutton Mawr Farm. They established their website 18 months ago in the hope of attracting visitors from across the UK and the world.
Dan Cobley, Managing Director of Google UK, has applauded the town's internet efforts.