Wales Online’s audience grew by more than 50pc in the year to the end of July, the latest ABC Figures have revealed.
Trinity Mirror’s monthly statistics for online performance show the website, which carries news from newspapers including the South Wales Echo and Western Mail, increased its number of daily average unique browsers to 381,317.
There was an across the board rise for all TM titles for which figures are publishes in the number of daily average UB, with the Liverpool Echo’s 26.8pc increase the next highest over the same period of time.
Wales Online had also posted the highest year-on-year increase between June 2015 and June 2016.
However, the website was one of three to post a month-on-month decrease, along with the websites of the Liverpool Echo and Southport Visiter.
The full figures are as follows:
|Birmingham Mail||Daily unique browsers||11.3||5.3|
|Chronicle Live (Newcastle)||Daily unique browsers||270,350||14.0||16.1|
|Coventry Telegraph||Daily unique browsers||63,820||1.4||5.5|
|Daily Post (Wales)||Daily unique browsers||85,173||4.6||10.5|
|Get Reading||Daily unique browsers||52,452||12.2|
|Get Surrey||Daily unique browsers||53,167||21.6|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||Daily unique browsers||59,436||-10.3||12.2|
|Liverpool Echo||Daily unique browsers||652,063||24.3||26.9|
|Manchester Evening News||Daily unique browsers||822,663||10.0||17.2|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||Daily unique browsers||115,695||9.1||16.5|
|TM Regional Network||Daily unique browsers||3,941,607||59.5||70.7|
|Visiter (Southport)||Daily unique browsers||9,644||6.3||181.7|
|Wales Online||Daily unique browsers||381,317||-2.8||55.6|