Advertising revenues for the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline have grown by five per cent in the past year, a trading update from DMGT today shows.
Total ad revenue across dmg media grew by an underlying five per cent in the quarter, with 27 per cent underlying growth in digital advertising, partially offset by an underlying five per cent decline in print advertising.
The trading update this morning covers the third quarter of DMGT's financial year, the three month period to 30 June.
MailOnline's advertising revenues increased by an underlying £6 million (28 per cent), reflecting continued encouraging growth in both the UK and the US and more than offsetting a decline of £3 million (nine per cent) at the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday for the quarter, the publisher said.
MailOnline's average global monthly unique browsers during the quarter, excluding Snapchat and Facebook, stood at 232 million, up two per cent on last year, and average global daily unique browsers were 15.3 million, an increase of six per cent on last year.