The number of visitors to Trinity Mirror’s regional websites more than doubled over the past 12 months, despite some titles showing a decrease in traffic during October.
However, according to the latest ABC monthly multi-platform report, all of the company’s titles experienced a year-on-year rise between October 2014 and October 2015, most of more than 50pc.
The biggest increases were from the Welsh sites, with the Daily Post’s recording a 96.8pc increase in average unique browsers and Wales Online seeing a 80.9pc rise.
The MEN had the highest number of unique browsers overall, with 564,580 readers per day on average.
October was the second month in which statistics were published for the number of Facebook ‘likes’ and Twitter ‘followers’ among the titles.
The following table shows the web figures for October in full:
|Website||Daily Average UB||M-o-M change (pc)||Y-o-Y change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||74,572||-0.4||96.8|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||47,851||-23||17.8|
|Manchester Evening News||564,580||-3.1||47|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||108,280||10.8||53.5|
The following table shows the Facebook figures for October in full:
|Website||Facebook ‘likes’||M-o-M change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||62,636||13.5|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||50,830||9.9|
|Manchester Evening News||772,929||3.9|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||77,094||4.7|
The following table shows the Twitter figures for October in full:
|Website||Twitter ‘followers’||M-o-M change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||49,175||2.3|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||34,614||2.2|
|Manchester Evening News||270,483||2.8|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||39,360||2.5|