All bar two of a newspaper publisher’s regional websites have seen an increase in the average number of unique browsers during July.
The latest ABC monthly multi-platform reports have revealed the month-on-month increases on the sites of Trinity Mirror dailies.
The report is the first to be published since Trinity Mirror opted to stop publishing monthly print figures.
The Manchester Evening News site recorded the largest increase, with a 22.4pc rise in daily average unique browsers throughout July.
Newcastle daily The Journal, which merged its web operation with that of sister title The Chronicle during the month, saw a 28.3pc decrease in traffic.
Wales Online also suffered a 6.3pc decrease across the period.
The following table shows the figures for July in full:
|Website||Daily average UB||M-o-M change (pc)||Y-o-Y change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||77,117||9.3||94.5|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||52,979||10.6||-0.3|
|Manchester Evening News||701,717||22.4||106.9|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||99,272||5.4||51.6|
|Trinity Mirror Regionals||2,309,657||11.6||N/A|