September 29th, 2015

CNNMoney Continues Streak of Record Breaking Growth

CNNMoney continued its rapid ascension up the list of top online financial news destinations with another record-breaking month for multi-platform unique visitors, mobile unique visitors and minutes spent.

Once again breaking its own records from the prior month, CNNMoney moved up a spot within the Top Five financial news destinations online in August 2015. The property also recorded a younger and more affluent audience than nearly every other competitor.

In August 2015, CNNMoney saw**:

MULTIPLATFORM TRAFFIC (Desktop + Mobile + Tablet)

Hitting the highest totals on record for unique multi-platform visitors for the third month in a row, CNNMoney recorded:

  • 25M multiplatform unique visitors, moving ahead of, the Wall Street Journal Online, and more.


August 2015 broke all prior records for mobile unique visitors to CNNMoney with:

  • 14.4M mobile unique visitors, ahead of the Wall Street Journal Online,, and more.


Across key video metric categories, CNNMoney ranked comfortably in the Top Five of financial news competitors, seeing:

  • 6M video unique viewers, ousting, the Wall Street Journal Online, and more.
  • 29.1M videos streamed, ranking ahead of the Wall Street Journal Online,, Motley Fool and more.


Not only are more visitors coming to CNNMoney, they are staying longer. August of 2015 recorded:

  • 434M minutes spent on the property once again surpassing the Wall Street Journal Online, and more.
  • 244M minutes spent watching video – the equivalent of 170,000 days or 500 years.


CNNMoney’s audience leans younger than most competitors with a:

  • Median age of 48, proving younger than the users of the Wall Street Journal Online,, Yahoo! Finance, and more.


CNNMoney’s audience is more affluent than nearly all competitors with a:

  • Median annual income of $95K, which is higher than the readers of Market Watch,, the Wall Street Journal Online, Business Insider, Forbes, Yahoo! Finance, and more.

**Source: comScore Multi-Platform Report, August 2015. Multi-Platform records date to February 2013. Video Metrix data is desktop online. All video data is desktop only. Demographics: Median Age and Median Income are desktop only.