Trinity Mirror’s regional websites have a new ‘league leader’ for online traffic.
The ABC multi-platform figures for July show the UK’s number one regional newspaper publishers’ websites have again shown a healthy boost to their traffic over the past month.
The Liverpool Echo has posted a near 50 per cent increase in online audience growth, latest figures reveal.
And the Chronicle, with a 38.98pc jump in daily unique users has leapfrogged the Birmingham Mail into third place in the table.
The new month-on-month stats put the Chronicle just a few daily unique users short of their next target – Wales Online
The Coventry Telegraph is still on upward path with a marginal increase this month – compared with whopping 303 per cent in June.
Trinity Mirror is in the process of rolling out a digital-first strategy across its regional newsrooms with Birmingham and Coventry next to bring in the ‘Newsroom 3.1′ blueprint at the end of next month.
The full figures are as follows:
|Title||Ave Dly UUs July
|Manchester Evening News||339,124||3.41|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||65,492||24.88|
|Hudderfield Daily Examiner||53,124|