The Manchester Evening News saw its web audience grow by 30.4pc in the year to the end of June, according to the latest ABC figures.
Monthly figures for web browsers and social media engagement for the main Trinity Mirror titles were published at lunchtime today.
Although all the group’s big city titles saw year-on-year growth in their web audiences there were wide variations between them.
While average daily unique browsers were up 30.4pc at the MEN and 38.4pc at the Huddersfield Daily Examiner, the Birmingham Mail, Liverpool Echo and Teesside Gazette all posted increases of around 12pc.
Its web audience grew by 49.9pc in the year to June.
The only major title to see a month-on-month decline in web browsers was the Liverpool Echo, down 10.3pc in June compared to May.
The full figures are as follows:
|Birmingham Mail||Daily unique browsers||239,863||16.05||12.66|
|Chronicle Live (Newcastle)||Daily unique browsers||237,111||-8.33||8.6|
|Coventry Telegraph||Daily unique browsers||62,938||10.2||6.74|
|Daily Post (Wales)||Daily unique browsers||81,423||-2.12||15.38|
|Get Reading||Daily unique browsers||46,757||-12.04|
|Get Surrey||Daily unique browsers||43,717||-16.11|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||Daily unique browsers||66,281||18.64||38.39|
|Liverpool Echo||Daily unique browsers||524,549||-10.28||12.14|
|Manchester Evening News||Daily unique browsers||747,713||5.01||30.41|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||Daily unique browsers||106,074||-7.54||12.67|
|TM Regional Network||Daily unique browsers||2,471,236||3.23||19.41|
|Visiter (Southport)||Daily unique browsers||9,074||3.73||192.05|
|Wales Online||Daily unique browsers||392,220||36.87||49.96|