Newspaper ABCs: April 2014

April proved to be a slow month for all the UK's newspaper websites, with drops in average monthly unique browsers across the board, and only the Mirror Group posting a slight average daily lift.

Newspaper ABCs: how titles' websites performed in April
Newspaper ABCs: how titles' websites performed in April

See the performance of all newspaper websites in the fourth month of 2014 at a glance below from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

ABC Multi-platform report: April 2014
  Apr-14   Monthly % change  
  Daily ave Total mthly Daily ave Total mthly
MailOnline 10,913,953 165,974,307 -3.13 -7.7
Metro 1,036,570 22,600,090 -10.29 -15.13
Mirror Group Nationals 2,519,559 48,184,520 0.12 -5.75
Telegraph 3,277,333 64,191,797 -7.72 -11.1
The Independent 1,595,758 34,148,901 -3.43 -7.6
theguardian.com 5,462,141 95,246,831 -3.67 -6.88

Source: ABC, Monthly Multi-platform report

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