Forbes.com U.S. Traffic Grows to Approximately 17 Million, a 9 Percent Increase from February 2013 and a 40 Percent Gain from March 2012
NEW YORK – Forbes Media announced that Forbes.com had another record-setting month in March, drawing more than 17 million unique monthly visitors in the U.S. according to comScore. This represents a 9 percent gain from February 2013 and a 40 percent increase from March 2012, putting Forbes.com ahead, yet again, of its competitive set.
“These traffic metrics show a sustained period of improved performance and growth across Forbes.com”
Forbes.com’s U.S. comScore ratings last month solidify its position among its competitors, including WSJ.com, CNNMoney.com, Bloomberg.com and BusinessWeek.com. Notably, Forbes.com outpaced WSJ.com by 3.8 million unique visitors.
“These traffic metrics show a sustained period of improved performance and growth across Forbes.com,” said Lewis D’Vorkin, Chief Product Officer of Forbes Media. “Month after month, the quality content our reporters and contributors produce, combined with the sophisticated Forbes.com platform and our social strategy, is helping drive record-setting traffic in the U.S.”
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Forbes Media LLC, publisher of Forbes magazine and forbes.com, is an authoritative source of news and information on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles. Forbes.com, a leading business website, currently reaches more than 17 million monthly unique visitors in the U.S. (according to comScore). Forbes magazine, Forbes Asia and Forbes Europe attract a global audience of 5 million readers. The Forbes magazine iPad app merges the power of print storytelling with social sharing and the web. The Company also publishes ForbesLife magazine, as well as 27 licensed local editions around the world.