The figures for October show that the Daily Mail website continues to have the highest number of monthly unique browsers, pulling in 50,051,735 in October, a 6.7 per cent increase on the figure for September. The figure for October represents a year-on-year increase of 64 per cent.
The site also has the highest number of daily average users off the audited sites with 2,758,875, a 3.31 per cent increase month-on-month.
The Telegraph recorded the second highest monthly increase at 6.05 per cent, taking its monthly unique browsers to 33,944,742.
<#advert specific="3"#>Results for the Times and the Sun websites continue go unreported, as requested by News International following the introduction of a paywall for the Times and Sunday Times sites in July.
The full figures for the four audited titles and Mirror Group’s websites are listed below. The percentage in brackets indicates the month-on-month change compared with September’s ABCe report.
Average daily unique browsers: 2,758,875 (+3.31 per cent)
Monthly unique browsers: 50,051,735 (+6.7 per cent)
Average daily unique browsers: 2,080,691 (+2.07 per cent)
Monthly unique browsers: 37,463,006 (+4.13 per cent)
Average daily unique browsers: 1,722,484 (+3.16 per cent)
Monthly unique browsers: 33,944,742 (+6.05 per cent)
Average daily unique browsers: 530,138 (+0.8 per cent)
Monthly unique browsers: 11,681,022 (+3.58 per cent)
Average daily unique browsers: 555,908 (+0.42 per cent)
Monthly unique browsers: 12,449,264 (+3.49 per cent)
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