Mail Online hits 3m users daily

Mail Online‘s seemingly inexorable rise to world domination has hit another milestone as its daily userbase reached 3m in December.

While rivals’ online audiences suffered a rare dip, Mail Online recorded 3,004,961 average daily users over the month, up 3.58 per cent. UK visitors are said to account for 35 per cent of the site’s traffic as its popularity continues to swell across the pond. Mail Online has already got an office in LA and plans to open a another in New York three times the size, according to MediaGuardian.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

Mail Online

Daily average browsers: 3,044,961

Month-on-month change: +3.58%

Year-on-year change: +60.32%

Monthly browsers: 53,943,420

Monthly change: +4.88%

guardian.co.uk

Daily average browsers: 2,234,360

Month-on-month change: -3.9%

Year-on-year change: +18.32%

Monthly browsers: 39,067,825

Monthly change: -4.26%

Telegraph.co.uk

Daily average browsers: 1,583,322

Month-on-month change: -8.17%

Year-on-year change: +3.16%

Monthly browsers: 31,087,385

Monthly change: -5.50%

Independent.co.uk

Daily average browsers: 504,507

Month-on-month change: -9.90%

Year-on-year change: +32.81%

Monthly browsers: 11,041,306

Monthly change: -3.01%

Mirror Group Digital

Daily average browsers: 503,959

Month-on-month change: -5.66%

Year-on-year change: +12.33%

Monthly browsers: 11,099,976

Monthly change: -3.01%

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