Online readership hits record high of 18,500 unique web visitors per month at Scottish Energy News

SEN logo Dec 2015Scottish Energy News has maintained its strong upward growth in its online readership.

In Jan-Dec 2015, the average number of visitors to the Scottish Energy News.com website in 2015 was just under 10,500 every month.

Number of unique visitors per month to Scottish Energy News website (Jan-May 2016)
Number of unique visitors per month to Scottish Energy News website (Jan-May 2016)

In the first quarter of 2016 (Jan-March) the average number of visitors to the Scottish Energy News website totalled 15,745 every month – an increase of 49.9%

In April 2016 the number of unique visitors to the Scottish Energy News rose by a further 5% to stand at 16,516.

And last month (May 2016) the number of unique visitors to the Scottish Energy News rose by a further 12% to stand at 18,500  – another all-time high since we first published less than three years ago.

As well as the UK, the top 10 countries of readership origin include the USA, Germany, France, Norway, Portugal and China.

And it’s all still free of charge

Unlike some regional / local publishers, Scottish Energy News  does not put a pay-wall ‘tax’ on your good news because we want to spread the good news about the Scottish energy industries, to share best practice and to help all sectors to grow.

In addition, you can use tweets about your company on Twitter @ScotEnergyNews to re-market yourselves – also all free of charge (and unlike some regional/ local publishers)

So if you/ your company is operating in Scotland and in energy, make sure you’re in the Scottish Energy News

Additonally, Scottish Energy News delivers the daily email bulletin to 5,000 energy professionals (in oil, gas and renewables) in the UK – and around the world in north America, EU and the Middle and Far East.

Readers include 75% of MSPs in the Scottish Parliament – and many more in Brussels and Westminster, as well as by industry association chiefs, company directors and senior executives, industry professionals, public sector bodies, regulators, industry professionals, think-tanks and trade unions.

Because of the global significance of Scotland’s oil, gas, tidal, wind, wave and other natural energy resources, Scottish Energy News provides a unique pan-global perspective. **

Furthermore, while Scottish Energy News is updated and published daily (Mon-Fri),  thousands of readers are still reading over the weekend on Saturdays and Sundays – especially for our longer-read BUSINESS PROFILE and POLICY PLATFORM articles on the website.

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