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County-wide news site tops monthly ABC web figures

ABClogo-e1424873874120A county-wide news website scored the biggest year-on-year increase in the latest of Trinity Mirror’s monthly ABCe updates.

Get Surrey achieved a 58.6 rise in daily average unique browsers over the course of February 2017, when compared with the same period last year.

The Grimsby Telegraph experienced the biggest month-on-month increase of all the titles registered, but many recorded a decrease in unique browsers when compared to January’s figures.

On social media, the North Wales Daily Post scored the highest year-on-year increase in the number of Facebook likes its official channel had received, with an 82.1pc rise.

On Twitter, the Birmingham Mail scored the highest increase in the number of Twitter followers it received for the second month in a row.

Average daily unique browsers for each newsbrand are as follows:

Product Daily users MoM% YoY%
Birmingham Mail 337,039 -5.8 47.36
Bristol Post 112,328 -0.2 N/A
Cambridge News 51,800 -0.7 N/A
Chronicle Live (Newcastle) 254,026 -8.5 8.76
Coventry Telegraph 85,232 -2.0 29.94
Daily Post (Wales) 121,509 21.6 25.44
Derby Telegraph 80,629 -10.1 N/A
Get Reading 126,381 -5.9 9.45
Get Surrey 50,058 10.3 8.61
Grimsby Telegraph 72,953 24.4 58.66
Huddersfield Daily Examiner 43,781 -6.7 N/A
Hull Daily Mail 79,685 -6.5 28.93
Leicester Mercury 138,985 7.6 N/A
Liverpool Echo 87,770 5.5 N/A
Manchester Evening News 531,689 -4.3 6.75
Nottingham Post 758,367 -3.5 17.57
Plymouth Herald 109,769 -3.4 N/A
South Wales Evening Post 96,390 2.4 N/A
Teesside Evening Gazette 62,839 -6.5 N/A
The Sentinel, Stoke 100,739 10.5 N/A
Trinity Mirror Regional Network 4,367,425 -0.4 87.33
Visiter (Southport) 13,638 -7.4 17.14
Wales Online 404,572 5.9 17.8

Numbers of Facebook likes for each newsbrand are as follows:

Product Likes MoM% YoY%
Birmingham Mail 257,416 1.8 27.1
Bristol Post 114,355 1.6 N/A
Cambridge News 28,416 6.2 N/A
Chronicle Live (Newcastle) 224,080 1.5 34.7
Coventry Telegraph 41,838 2.9 51.4
Daily Post (Wales) 178,008 2.1 82.1
Derby Telegraph 47,885 2.6 N/A
Grimsby Telegraph 35,927 1.6 N/A
Huddersfield Daily Examiner 83,715 1.4 29.4
Hull Daily Mail 130,675 1.4 N/A
Leicester Mercury 52,380 3.0 N/A
Liverpool Echo 1,162,928 0.9 8.9
Manchester Evening News 1,312,881 1.8 43.1
Nottingham Post 85,650 2.4 N/A
Plymouth Herald 100,296 1.6 N/A
South Wales Evening Post 76,239 1.3 N/A
Teesside Evening Gazette 109,199 1.4 22.3
The Sentinel, Stoke 87,298 2.1 N/A
Visiter (Southport) 14,267 2.6 92.8
Wales Online 354,805 2.9 60.5

Numbers of Twitter followers for each newsbrand are as follows:

Product Followers MoM% YoY%
Birmingham Mail 218,849 1.6 68.6
Bristol Post 100,568 1.6 N/A
Cambridge News 66,803 1.4 N/A
Chronicle Live (Newcastle) 137,586 1.5 49.8
Coventry Telegraph 66,134 1.3 53.1
Daily Post (Wales) 76,228 1.6 39.4
Derby Telegraph 61,258 0.6 N/A
Grimsby Telegraph 14,429 0.9 N/A
Huddersfield Daily Examiner 49,545 1.1 28.8
Hull Daily Mail 64,660 1.7 N/A
Leicester Mercury 86,007 1.6 N/A
Liverpool Echo 332,818 1.0 26.3
Manchester Evening News 421,421 1.4 39.8
Nottingham Post 113,814 1.7 N/A
Plymouth Herald 47,850 1.2 N/A
South Wales Evening Post 57,526 1.5 N/A
Teesside Evening Gazette 63,517 1.3 44.8
The Sentinel, Stoke 59,410 1.9 N/A
Visiter (Southport) 8,900 0.9 16.2
Wales Online 159,046 1.9 54.8

 

 

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  • March 16, 2017 at 4:37 pm
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    Sorry, is that a tumbleweed I see blowing and the distant tolling bell of ‘complete lack of interest or relevance’ I hear chiming?

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  • March 16, 2017 at 4:37 pm
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    Number of likes eh?

    To quote Jack Nicholson from As Good as It Gets: ‘I’d be the luckiest man alive if that did it for me’.

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