It’s official: The Enquirer is top of the league

Grant Prior 11 years ago
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The world’s leading independent website ranking service has confirmed Construction Enquirer as the most popular online news service in the industry.

Enquirer editor Aaron Morby said: “It’s great to have independent verification of the fact that we are now the industry’s best read website.”

The Alexa rankings at www.alexa.com measure all websites in terms of traffic.

The website with the largest traffic is ranked number 1 – which is Google in the UK – so the lower your ranking number the more traffic your site receives.

Results as of yesterday show the Enquirer is ranked number 7,851 of all websites in the UK.

That compares with the Construction News website which is ranked at 10,421 and Building magazine’s website at 8,250.

Morby said: “Our model is simple – we aim to deliver relevant news and informed comment alongside work leads and job opportunities to the UK construction industry.

“The Enquirer is read by more key contracting people than any of our rivals and the trends show that gap is only going to grow.

“More than 17,000 people subscribe to our daily news bulletin as printed magazine circulations continue their decline

“We will stick  to our simple formula and keep construction companies informed as the industry continues to turn online for its news and work leads.”

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