Future named online publisher most likely to be visited by UK males aged between 25 and 34

Future named online publisher most likely to be visited by UK males aged between 25 and 34
October 24, 2014 Staff

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23/10/14 Future, the international media group and leading digital business, has been named the online publisher most likely to be visited by UK males ages 25 to 34.* According to comScore MMX Multi-Platform, males ages 25-34 are 97% more likely to visit Future compared to an average site.

Future has firmly established itself as the destination for news, reviews and how-to-guides for the technology, games, entertainment and creative industries; last month reaching 57.2m global uniques.

For example, around the iPhone 6 and iWatch launch, all Future traffic was up more than double, with mobile traffic rising fourfold. TechRadar also secured its highest ever traffic – hitting over 3.6m visits in one day.

Future’s Games portfolio has similarly established itself as the place for gaming fans to go – with GamesRadar consistently hitting 6.5m users a month. Online voting for the 2014 Golden Joystick Awards hit 1.5 million in just 3 weeks.

Zillah Byng-Maddick, Future’s Chief Executive, says: “This is a clear indication that Future’s outstanding and engaging content is making us the go-to online destination for men in the UK, we meet their needs and are trusted to provide entertaining insight.”

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*Source: comScore MMX Multi-Platform, Composition Index Unique Visitors June 2014, UK. Based on largest online publishers by Unique Visitors.

For further information please contact Gemma Combellack, Communications Executive, ongemma.combellack@futurenet.com or  020 7042 4036/07788 576505.