Which has more unique monthly visitors, Forbes or Business Insider? Most clients would rather see coverage in Forbes, but it attracts less than two-thirds the audience of BI. We learned that and much else in a sweep of May 2019 audience data from SimilarWeb.
Here’s what fresh SimilarWeb traffic data can tell us about each of 15 Tier 1 titles coveted by the coverage-hungry. Our subscriber-only Google Doc reveals who's on the way up and who's on the way down.
Search is in, social is out. That’s one of many things we learned this week after analyzing June 2018 traffic data — provided by SimilarWeb — on 15 leading tech and business publications. We sought to show how each publication attracts and retains its audience, and more fundamentally, who’s hot and who’s not.
If someone asks you, “What are some of the new and emerging publications out there?”, would you know? When someone asked us recently, we stumbled. So we polled influencers and did some digging. The result is our latest SWMS Google Doc, a list of 24 publications spanning urban planning, economics, sports, travel, long-reads… and lots of tech.
Most PR pros study journalists but not the sites they work for. They miss a lot of insight that way. That's why we love spending time on SimilarWeb, a freemium site that lets you analyze basic audience metrics of any web brand. In February, using SimilarWeb, we studied stats from 15 leading tech news sites and learned a ton. This week we studied the same 15 titles and compared the results.
Perhaps the most respected tech publication in the industry has the highest bounce rate, the smallest number of page views per visit and the lowest time on site among all major rivals. Which is it? SimilarWeb can tell you, for free. Founded seven years ago this month, SimilarWeb data can reveal dozens of criteria that can help shape your pitch strategies.