CNET had an interesting blurb a couple of days ago about newspaper websites–more people are using them!
“The number of people visiting U.S. newspaper Web sites rose 3.7 percent year over year during the third quarter, even as their print editions reported lower advertising sales.
More than 59 million people, or 37.1 percent of all active Internet users, visited the papers’ Web sites during the quarter, up from 56.9 million a year ago, the Newspaper Association said, citing data supplied by Nielsen/NetRatings.”
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