Vienna, VA (PRWEB) October 15, 2009
News sites in the United Kingdom get a healthy number of visitors from the U.S. The most traffic to British news sites comes from the Drudge Report, a U.S.-based news aggregation Web site. In August 2009, 10.6 percent of visitors came from the Drudge Report; Google News followed with 5.3 percent.
According to Internet traffic measurement firm Hitwise, traffic to British news sites from the U.S. is growing nearly seven times as fast as it is growing from British sites.
Intermarkets, Inc., a privately held advertising management services firm, manages the Drudge Report's digital advertising. "This data is more proof of the power of Matt Drudge to build businesses. The Drudge Report attracts a large, loyal audience who are intelligent, influential and highly responsive," said Kevin P. Lucido, Chief Executive Officer of Intermarkets.
By using sophisticated geographical and specific browser language targeting to maximize results, Intermarkets can customize campaigns for advertisers seeking to extend and expand their reach. When advertisers choose the Drudge Report for strong results, Intermarkets delivers.
The Drudge Report, published by Matt Drudge, covers breaking news for the public as well as key media, political, and opinion leaders. Each month, more than 2.7 billion ad impressions are served to more than 7.5 million unique visitors. The Drudge Report was named the Top Online Political Publisher in 2009 by Media Post.
Intermarkets, Inc. is the nation's leading independent advertising sales management firm for Web site publishers. Serving more than 3 billion ads every month and reaching more than 2.5 million people every day across the Intermarkets Portfolio, Intermarkets provides publishers and advertisers with a wide range of services, including advertising sales, media buying, custom content, software, ad serving, and more. The privately held company is based in Vienna, Virginia.