Most national press websites lose traffic month on month in October

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Most national newspapers lost web traffic month-on-month in October, according to ABC

The strongest year-on-year growth came from The Guardian, up 31 per cent, and The Express, up 53 per cent.

The Sun, which goes completely free at the end of this month, was one of the few national newspaper titles to grow readership online month on month.

Trinity Mirror’s regional newspapers websites are among the fastest growing titles in the monthly ABC table, with the Manchester Evening News and Liverpool Echo both now ahead of the Evening Standard in terms of daily web traffic.

Mail Online remains the UK’s most popular newspaper website with an average of 13.2m global unique browsers (different devices) visiting the site every day according to ABC.

Title Oct-15 MoM% YoY%
MailOnline 13,246,053 -0.89 9.73
theguardian.com 8,153,603 -2.59 30.77
Telegraph 4,285,687 -3.03 24.62
Mirror Group Nationals 3,702,001 -4.93 3.78
The Independent 2,634,560 -5.25 8.67
The Sun 1,286,605 16.03  
express.co.uk 1,209,801 -0.27 53.35
Metro 1,159,637 25.29 -6.8
dailystar.co.uk 623,977 9.35 8.24
Manchester Evening News 564,580 -3.11 47.04
Liverpool Echo 487,685 23.38 67.62
Evening Standard 402,045 -2 26.17
Wales Online 323,478 0.12 80.94
Birmingham Mail 206,443 11.79  
Newcastle Live 189,738 -7.93  
Teesside Evening Gazette 108,280 10.77 53.49
Daily Post (Wales) 74,572 -0.45 96.76
Coventry Telegraph 67,239 16.12 60.12
Huddersfield Daily Examiner 47,851 -22.99 17.78
Visiter.co.uk 9,215 -13.76  

 

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