Mirror.co.uk unveiled a "cleaner and less cluttered" new look in February
The new-look Mirror.co.uk saw the biggest month-on-month increase in the latest set of audited web traffic figures released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations today.
Mirror.co.uk unveiled a new look in February - a "cleaner and less cluttered" design will make better use of photography and video.
Its monthly unique browsers in April were also up, by 10.85 per cent, compared with March's figure - reaching 13.68 million. However the figure is still down three per cent on the same month last year.
Market leader Mail Online saw a slight decline in monthly visitor numbers, down 0.53 per cent to 90.3 million - but the daily figure rose 4.42 per cent over the same period to 5.65 million.
London's Evening Standard suffered a second month of falling traffic, with monthly unique browsers down a further 11.27 per cent in April to 2.52 million last month – down from 2.84 million in March.
On a daily average basis, visitor numbers to Standard.co.uk are down 8.23 per cent month on month, from 120,525 to 110,611.
Daily: 5,653,577 (+4.42% month on month)
Monthly: 90,309,252 (-0.53%)
Daily: 3,876,212 (+4.17%)
Monthly: Not supplied
Daily: 2,343,120 (-3.04%)
Monthly: 44,892,746 (-6.11%)
Daily: 1,530,704 (+2.82%)
Monthly: 25,070,209 (+1.52%)
Daily: 695,992 (+8.02%)
Monthly: 15,043,267 (+3.54%)
Daily: 660,672 (+13.17%)
Monthly: 15,043,267 (+10.65%)
Daily: 335,390 (+2.32%)
Monthly: 8,049,098 (-2.15%)
Daily: 110,611 (-8.23%)
Monthly: 2,518,207 (-11.27%)
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