ABC June 2012: MailOnline top as The Independent drops 14.3%

27 Jul 2012 

The UK's national newspapers online offerings saw mixed results in the latest data release from ABC. The MailOnline maintains its dominance while the Mirror Group Digital and The Sun saw a steady 1.6% and 0.1% increase respectively.

The Independent took the biggest hit during June, a month which saw the European Championship finals and the lead up to the 2012 London Olympics - with its unique browsers figure down by over 100,000 (14.3%). The Telegraph's site dipped by 7.1% month on month compared with May, with over 178,975 less unique browsers.

The Guardian.co.uk fell very slightly, less than 1% compared to May, and still has a healthy 3.3 million daily average unique browser figure. The main player continues to be MailOnline with its mix of current news and sport with a hefty slice of celebrity/gossip news bringing in almost six million unique browsers per month.

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