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Top 10 newspaper sites: Europe

A total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to European newspaper properties in June 2011, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK's Daily Mail Online and Guardian leading the way.

Top 10 newspaper sites: Europe. A total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to European newspaper properties in June 2011, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK's Daily Mail Online and Guardian leading the way.

16/09/2011  |  Full story...

Daily Mail ‘most popular news site in Europe’

In June 2011, a total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to Newspaper properties in Europe, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK’s Daily Mail leading the way, according to new research. The data, from comScore, found European users spent 40.5 minutes on average during the month. The most visited Newspaper property in Europe was the British Daily Mail, drawing 17.2 million unique visitors who each spent an average of 25.9 minutes on the site.

22/08/2011

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Guardian website tops UK newspaper usability table

The Guardian has been named most user-friendly news provider, surpassing other popular UK news providers including The Sun, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph, according to a new study.

18/05/2011  |  Full story...

Could super-injuctions take down Twitter?

A Twitter account naming super-injunction celebrities attracted over 34,000 followers in less than a day, sparking fears that the micro-blogging site could face pressure from the UK legal establishment. The tweets, which were all posted early afternoon on Sunday, list the alleged subjects of some of the super-injunctions awarded in recent months. The Twitter user claimed to 'out' a number of celebrities but some appeared to contain errors.

09/05/2011

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Guardian newspaper: Repositioning as global liberal news provider accelerates

The Guardian’s bullish push into the US market accelerates as editor Alan Rusbridger announces a New York-based initiative that will be ‘significantly larger than anything we’ve done in the states before’. ”Newspapers have been fighting to find their role in the online world since The Daily Telegraph first launched online in 1994, but The Guardian is gaining enough international traction to realise its dream of becoming the world’s ‘liberal voice’. Audiences have been strong enough to bring in good ad revenues, and premium CPMs. Stand by for their announcement of the US editor…

01/04/2011

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Mail Online holds top online paper slot with 53.9m UK readers

The website of the Daily Mail remains the UK's most popular national newspaper website for the twelfth month in succession, attracting 53.9 million browsers in December, according to new figures. Data from the Audit Bureau of Circulations found the Mail Online drew an average of 3,044,961 daily browsers in December, up 60.32 per cent on the number of browsers in the same month the previous year.

This was also up 3.58 per cent up from the 2,939,799 daily browsers it drew in November. The Daily Mail & General Trust’s website has been the most popular national newspaper website since monthly web traffic figures provided by the ABC changed in January to emphasise daily browser averages. The previous system focused solely on total monthly unique users.

31/01/2011  |  Full story...

Top 10 entertainment websites: UK

Sites ranked by visits for the week ending 13th March 10

Digital Strategy data - Sites ranked by visits for the week ending 13th March 10

24/03/2010

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

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