CNNMoney started the year with record setting multiplatform, mobile and video numbers; scoring double and triple-digit gains in every category measured by comScore. Its strong performance solidified CNNMoney’s position as one of the Web’s Top 5 financial news destinations by any metric measured.
In January 2016 CNNMoney earned:
33 MILLION UNIQUE VISITORS (Desktop + Mobile + Tablet)
Up 10 million unique multiplatform visitors compared to December 2015 and +64% from the prior year, CNNMoney recorded 33 million multiplatform unique visitors, ahead of Bloomberg.com, the Wall Street Journal Online and CNBC.com.
21 MILLION MOBILE UNIQUE VISITORS
January 2016 broke all prior records for mobile unique visitors, a 109% increase from the prior year, CNNMoney posted 21 million mobile unique visitors, ahead of Bloomberg.com, CNBC.com, AOL-HuffPost Money & Finance and more.
45.5 MILLION VIDEO STREAMS
CNNMoney saw its best month in video stream history in January with 7.4 million unique video viewers – ahead of BusinessInsider.com, the Wall Street Journal Online and Forbes.com. It also posted 45.5 million video streams, ranking it ahead of the Wall Street Journal Online, BusinessInsider.com, Motley Fool and others.
616 MILLION MINUTES SPENT
Not only are more visitors coming to CNNMoney, they are staying longer. January of 2016 recorded triple-digit increases from the year prior, to include 616 million minutes spent on the property, once again surpassing the Wall Street Journal Online, BusinessInsider.com, Forbes.com and more. Video minutes were also strong. CNNMoney users spent 373 million minutes watching video in January alone – the equivalent of more than 700 years.
**Source: comScore Multi-Platform Report, January 2016. Multi-Platform records date to February 2013. Video Metrix data is desktop online. All video data is desktop only.