Thursday 3 September 2009

MailOnline does not focus too much on celeb stories, says Mail

'Martin Clarke, publisher of Mail Online, has dismissed suggestions that success of the website was down simply to the volume of show business and celebrity stories it carries.

Clarke told Press Gazette: "It does annoy me that people say its all driven by search and showbiz stories because it’s actually not driven by either…"'

[hat-tip: Tabloid Watch]

From Alexa:

'Keywords that generate a significant number of queries on internet search engines and drive traffic to Ordered by the global popularity of the search terms, in combination with the number of website hits generated on'


  1. Brilliant fail, and a welcome reminder of Daily Mail paradox #43: Emma Watson upskirts vs. articles slagging off paps who take Emma Watson upskirts...