Trinity Mirror’s regional daily titles saw year-on-year online growth across three different platforms, according to the latest ABC figures.
All the newspapers for which the company submits figures showed year-on-year increases for their websites, as well as Facebook and Twitter channels.
Wales Online recorded the largest year-on-year increase on its website during February, with 96,870 daily average unique browsers representing a 52.8pc rise.
On Facebook, the same title recorded the biggest increase in ‘likes’ from February 2015 to February 2016 – with a total of 221,127 readers now receiving updates from its channel on the social media website.
The following table shows the web figures for February in full:
|Website||Daily Average UB||M-o-M change (pc)||Y-o-Y change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||96,870||14.2||52.8|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||61,805||3.4||38.2|
|Manchester Evening News||645,015||-7||40.8|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||115,466||2.2||35.1|
The following table shows the Facebook figures for February in full:
|Website||Facebook ‘likes’||M-o-M change (pc)||Y-oY change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||97,776||4.0||137.5|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||64,668||3.0||94.6|
|Manchester Evening News||917,668||3.3||81.6|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||89,322||2.1||60.5|
The following table shows the Twitter figures for February in full:
|Website||Twitter ‘followers’||M-o-M change (pc)||Y-o-y change (pc)|
|Daily Post (Wales)||54,696||2.7||42.4|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||38,459||2.3||39.4|
|Manchester Evening News||301,364||2.5||47.1|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||43,871||3||45.4|