Guardian breaks its web traffic record for second month in a row
The November ABCs have found that the Guardian has broken its web traffic record for the second month running, with an average of 3,666,492 unique daily browsers.
This is up 12.9% from October, and 59.1% from November 2010.
The monthly page impressions for the Guardian are 391,051,763, with 63,589,633 unique users – up 58.8% from last year.
Georgina Henry, head of guardian.co.uk, said: "Earlier this year the Guardian announced its digital-first strategy, so it's fantastic to finish the year on a record high with an average of 3.7 million daily unique browsers visiting our content online, up a massive 59% since this time last year. This success has been fuelled by both our agenda-setting journalism, and our digital expansion, with Guardian content being available on more platforms - and to more readers - than ever before."