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Online news trends: Daily Mail readers also start reading Guardian after Trump election

Britain is becoming less trusting and beginning to question news outlets, as a consequence, we are changing our paper preference, according to new research.


31/03/2017  |  Full story...

Europe’s ‘Internet Oscars’: Guardian, Vice and Eurosport among winners

The Guardian, Eurosport, VICE, Laundrapp, and Mario Testino are among the winners of Europe’s top Internet Honour at this year’s Lovie Awards.

14/10/2015  |  Full story...

AOP Digital Publishing Awards: Guardian, Vice and Buzzfeed big winners

The Association of Online Publishers (AOP) unveiled the winners of its prestigious Digital Publishing Awards – in partnership with PubMatic – at a ceremony last night hosted by comedian, actor, and presenter, Rufus Hound.

AOP Awards 2015 from Black & Tone on Vimeo.

03/07/2015  |  Full story...

The Guardian and AOL strike global video partnership

AOL UK today announces a new global content partnership with Guardian News & Media, who is joining the premium video syndication platform AOL On as a content and publishing partner.

27/05/2015  |  Full story...

Do native ads work? Guardian and Unilever to ‘prove value of sponsored content’

Guardian News & Media has launched a new initiative aimed at proving to nervous advertisers that native ads do work, with Unilever the first brand to sign up.

24/02/2015  |  Full story...

Guardian launches new website to complete multi-platform redesign

The Guardian has revamped its website, as the newspaper looks to reflect how readers consume news rather than how journalists categorise it.

29/01/2015  |  Full story...

Top newspaper sites on Twitter: Guardian stories most shared

The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail figure in the top three positions in a study which analyses top UK newspaper websites for their popularity on social network, Twitter.

21/01/2015  |  Full story...

Govt spies named ‘villain of the year’ at web awards

The UK spy agency GCHQ has been named as the biggest “internet villain” at the annual Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) awards.

15/07/2014  |  Full story...

Unilever begins native ad project with The Guardian

Unilever has become the first brand to sponsor The Guardian’s latest foray into native ads, with content centred around sustainable living.

19/02/2014  |  Full story...

Mobile phenomenon Candy Crush Saga ‘makes $850,000 a day’

Candy Crush Saga is currently making $850,000 a day, as the year-old mobile puzzle game reveals the secrets to its ‘freemium’ business model success.

Watch a trailer for Candy Crush Saga below;

16/09/2013  |  Full story...

Do digital content partnerships work? AOP reveals study results

The Association of Online Publishers (AOP) today revealed the results of a proprietary study into the value of premium content partnerships. Five bespoke partnerships were measured with media brands Haymarket, Guardian, Telegraph, and IPC and advertising brands LG, Majestic Wines, Boots, Disney and Lenor.

12/09/2013  |  Full story...

Top 5 UK newspaper sites in terms of video ads

Newspapers in the UK had more than 22.6 million videos on their sites in May 2013, which is a 181 percent increase compared to May last year, according to new research from comScore.

05/08/2013  |  Full story...

Royal baby attracts 94 million visits to news sites

The birth of the royal baby has led to a huge jump in visits to news and media websites, with tabloids receiving twice as much traffic as broadsheet websites, according to new research from Experian.

24/07/2013  |  Full story...

Microsoft ‘gave US spies access to emails before encryption’- report

As the web spying scandal grows, the latest report from the Guardian claims that Microsoft worked with the US spies so they could access emails, including Hotmail, and listen in on Skype video calls to view the messages, before they were encrypted.

12/07/2013  |  Full story...

Web spying scandal: Internet giants urge US Govt. to reveal security requests

Internet giants including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter all calling for more flexibility in disclosing more about that national security requests they receive from the US government.

13/06/2013  |  Full story...

Mobile news usability study: Guardian tops list

The Guardian has come out top in delivering the best mobile news experience, followed by the Independent, according to a new report from EPiServer.

06/06/2013  |  Full story...

Top 10 most visible news sites on Google UK: BBC and Guardian ahead of Daily Mail

Stories from the BBC website are most likely to be displayed in news results in search results, ahead of The Guardian and the Daily Mail, according to new research from search and social analytics leader, Searchmetrics.

21/05/2013  |  Full story...

Top 10 online newspapers worldwide

This chart shows the unique visitors for online newspapers for October 2012. During the measured period over 644 million people worldwide visitied an online newspaper. This figure accounts for more than 42% of the worldwide internet population. The Mail Online attracted the most traffic during the period with over 50 million visitors.

Top 10 online newspapers worldwide. This chart shows the unique visitors for online newspapers for October 2012. During the measured period over 644 million people worldwide visitied an online newspaper. This figure accounts for more than 42% of the worldwide internet population. The Mail Online attracted the most traffic during the period with over 50 million visitors.

05/02/2013  |  Full story...

Content marketing techniques - boosting engagement through live blogging

Live blogging at events boosts engagement with content by 300% according to new research into content marketing techniques with readers explaining what boosts content engagement. Here's why...

27/11/2012  |  Full story...

The Daily Mail to double online staff in US

The Daily Mail plans to expand its US operations, as the UK newspaper looks to capitalise on its growing audience across the Atlantic. The Guardian reports that the Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT) will double its US Mail Online operation as part of a multi-million pound investment in its digital business. Currently Mail Online employs 30 to 40 staff in the US, new staff numbers are likely to be around 80 employees.

26/11/2012  |  Full story...

Telegraph paywall to charge overseas visitors £1.99 a month

The Daily Telegraph has launched a paywall on its website, charging visitors outside the UK a flat-rate fee of £1.99 a month to view articles, after they have viewed 20 articles for free. is moving to a metered paywall model similar to the New York Times on Thursday after years of planning. The US in particular has become a key target for online newspapers, including the Telegraph, Guardian and Daily Mail.

05/11/2012  |  Full story...

Top newspapers on Pinterest: Mail Online gets 2 million shares

The Daily Mail website has generated 2 million 'pins' on Pinterest, with the Guardian getting the greatest number of shares for a single article, according to new research. The study, from Searchmetrics, looked at how 13 UK newspaper websites were using the online scrapbooking tool.

22/10/2012  |  Full story...

Guardian beefs up YouTube content as ‘Three Little Pigs’ ad gets 1m views

Guardian News & Media (GNM) has partnered with video firm Rightster to enhance and manage its YouTube channels, introducing new ad formats in the process. The Guardian’s main YouTube channel currently has over 11,000 subscribers, a number that has more than doubled in the last year. The new deal will see the publisher simplify the process of managing and optimising its YouTube channels.

31/05/2012  |  Full story...

Guardian sells PaidContent publisher to GigaOM

The Guardian has sold ContentNext Media, publisher of paidContent to GigaOM, for an undisclosed sum. The deal will see technololgy blog GigaOM take control of paidContent,, and Guardian will become a minority shareholder in GigaOM. They will also be sending a representative to join the board as an observer.

13/02/2012  |  Full story...

Half of all European web users visit newspaper sites: Facebook links driving growth

Of the 379.4m Europeans who went online in November 2011, nearly half (47.8%) visited at least one newspaper site,, with a considerable number visiting the top 5 newspaper sites preceded by a visit to Facebook, according to new research. The study, from comScore, assessed Internet usage in 49 European markets aggregated into the European region. The Daily Mail attracted the largest online audience with 20.1m unique visitors, followed by the Guardian at 15.7m unique visitors.

23/01/2012  |  Full story...

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