The Washington Times, part of FrontGate’s Web Network group for the faith-based market, is growing. The Times has tripled its readership from April 2019 to April of this year — growing from 8 million in 2019 to 27 million unique visitors in 2020.
The Times now ranks as the second-most visited conservative-leaning website, behind only Fox News, according to comScore.
That’s on the heels of a record-setting March in which traffic doubled year-over-year from 10M users in 2019 to 21M users in 2020.
Our strong March and April continued into May, with traffic doubling again year-over-year. The Washington Times surpassed 20M unique visitors all three months.
In addition to more users, the quality of our content also drove considerable pageview growth. March through May 2020 pageviews are up a combined 56% year-over-year.
More users and more pageviews have translated into record-breaking digital subscription growth in March and April. In fact, in April 2020 The Washington Times saw the largest growth in paid digital subscriptions since launching a paywall in January 2019.
“The Washington Times is on a solid growth trajectory in 2020 with significant and meaningful increases in the digital metrics that are important to advertisers”, according to Joe Teipe, Executive Vice President for The Washington Times. “We have more unique and engaged users visiting our site than ever before and the commitment from our readers and the trust they place in our reporting is clear as we continue to experience record-breaking growth in our full-price paid digital subscriptions.”
This new, engaged readership has only added to the loyal, audience-base of The Washington Times, offering great value in making an impact on Capitol Hill or across the country. Let us design a program for you that will yield the results you need now more than ever before.
View The Washington Times Media Kit then contact your FrontGate Engagement Specialist or use our Proposal Request Form. We look forward to working together with you to reach these values-driven, high net-worth Conservative Christian women and men.