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Guardian.co.uk holds on to top spot

The latest figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations Electronic (ABCe) show that traffic to the Guardian.co.uk website grew 28% year-on-year in July to reach a record 20,622,063 unique users (up 1% on June 2008). Other sites also had record months: traffic to the Times Online grew 56% year-on-year to reach 16,391,514 unique users, while Sun Online achieved 15,972,490 unique users with year-on-year growth of 69%. The three sites also saw record levels for page impressions with Guardian.co.uk registering 186,430,603 page views, Times Online registering 123,978,303 and Sun Online registering 292,031,461.
The Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk, 21/08/2008
ABCe: http://www.abce.org.uk

21/08/2008

ABC combines print and online reporting

The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) has for the first time started to publish combined print circulation and website unique user figures in a single monthly report. The Multi-platform Monthly Report will cover circulations and unique user figures from the Daily Mail (and Sunday Mail), the Guardian (and Observer), The Sun (and News of the World), the Telegraph (and Sunday Telegraph), and the Times (and Sunday Times). The report will also break down audiences by geographical location: UK, Republic of Ireland and other countries.
ABC: http://www.abc.org.uk, 20/02/2008

21/02/2008

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