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Mail Online partners People's Daily of China

In a surprising move, publisher People’s Daily of China has struck a content-sharing deal with the UK's Mail Online.

17/08/2016  |  Full story...

Yahoo sale: Bidders gets deadline as Mayer future in doubt

Yahoo is officially up for sale, with bidders for the embattled internet pioneer given until April 18th to make a move, according to a news report.

13/04/2016  |  Full story...

Mail Online digital ad growth slows from 49% to 16%

Mail Online’s digital advertising grew 16% in the last 11 months ending August 2015, marking a significant drop on the same period last year for one of the world's biggest online publications.

25/09/2015  |  Full story...

Top 20 UK sites: News outlets get mobile boost

News sites including BBC, Mail Online, and Trinity Mirror are now getting much higher mobile audiences than on desktop, according to new research looking into the top 20 UK sites online.

07/04/2015  |  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...

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...

Daily Mail offers agencies £250,000 prize for driving print readers to online ads

Mail Newspapers is running a competition for media agencies, as the Daily Mail publisher looks to prove its print publications can drive sales online. The publisher is offering a prize of £250,000 in free print advertising to the winning media agency. To win, media agencies must partner with a client and describe in 250 words or less why their brand would benefit from using Mail Newspapers to drive traffic online.

14/11/2012  |  Full story...

Mail Online website became profitable in June 2012

Mail Online - the world's leading online English-language newspaper website - has turned its first ever profit as revenues rose 80% year-on-year, predominantly driven by online advertising sales. Revenues for the quarter were boosted in the UK by the Queen's Jubilee and Euro 2012 football championship.

24/07/2012  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence February 2011

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Valentine's day is looking expensive for Twitter's suitors. Google and Facebook have bid up the value of the young social tool to a staggering $10bn. Valuations from Huffington Post to Pandora are running far ahead of revenue multiples, and there's an echo of the late 90s dotcom panic, but what is the price of an acceleration really worth?

Whoever buys Twitter gets to leap forward in integrated mobile and social networking. They'll also get a massive, vibrant network as well as a technology base and challenger brand. Added to that are the insights, goodwill and expertise of some of the best minds in mobile and social networking. And on top they get to lock out the competitor from accessing any of this. In an emerging market, this type of strategy can be game changing.

Accelerating digital brands has become a theme for 2011. Alas, most firms don't have the luxury of pockets deep enough to buy technology or social start-ups. They rely on building their own strategies, content and social approach. The stories in this edition can help inform your digital strategy, and there's more at the end of the links. And in case you fancy a last minute Twitter bid, we've made a history of Twitter's rise here in our archive.

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