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The Daily Mail Website

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The newspaper that vip2 users love to hate

is "the worlds biggest and most popular newspaper website"

The Mail’s website MailOnline is now the world’s biggest newspaper website.

According to new figures from Comscore, the ‘gold standard’ web measurement firm, in December 2011 MailOnline recorded 45.348million unique visitors.

The next closest newspaper was the New York Times which had 44.787million unique users.

The global survey also rated MailOnline well ahead of the BBC News website.

According to Comscore, MailOnline had 5.3million visitors a day, while the BBC News service received just 4.25million.

The result is another landmark in the evolution of MailOnline, which was already Britain’s most popular newspaper website by far.

Drawing upon the strengths of the Daily Mail newspaper, over the past three and a half years MailOnline has re-invented popular journalism for the digital era.

The site has become renowned for its unique mix of breaking news, fascinating feature projects, unbeatable pictures and brilliant coverage of the entertainment world.

Meanwhile, its growth shows no sign of slowing down, as it attracts more and more followers around the globe.

Indeed the opening of new editorial offices in New York and Los Angeles have within months made MailOnline the fifth biggest newspaper amongst U.S. readers, according to Comscore.

n.b the source is from the dm but im sure if you research their claim can be backed.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2092432/MailOnline-worlds-number-Daily-Mail-biggest-newspaper-website-45-348-million-unique-users.html

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good website tbh

has all newsworthy articles there

obviously there spin is ignored and the comments are jokes

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good website tbh

has all newsworthy articles there

obviously there spin is ignored and the comments are jokes

this

i visit it at least twice a day

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the majority of views will probably be from links on other websites like here

i gather from here that daily mail is the most controversial n simplified of the papers

so makes sense that it would attract the most attention from web users

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it is quite popular in the us apparently

good for celeb gossip

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They got females on lock too.

I swear every remotely educated woman in this country reads the daily mail and its website.

bare gossip.

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Also they have these nonsense stories that seem to go viral

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comments are jokes , half the people don't even read the article before commenting

the celebrity comments are worse any decent looking woman gets called nice , bare red arrows, comments dissing get green

replace that female with some chubby busted one and its complete reverse

some reverse world

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comments are jokes , half the people don't even read the article before commenting

the celebrity comments are worse any decent looking woman gets called nice , bare red arrows, comments dissing get green

replace that female with some chubby busted one and its complete reverse

some reverse world

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxW5yvpeHg4

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DM are like foxnews, everyone reads them including those who complain about them

the comments are legendary sometimes.

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They defo have a presence on this website. Some of the stuff they post comes direct from certain topics here.

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