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Mail Newspapers grow market share

June figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) reveal dmg media’s Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday newspapers both continue to grow market share of UK retail sales, outperforming competitors, says dmg.

Mail Newspapers grow market share

According to dmg media’s analysis:

* Daily Mail’s market share is 24.9%, up 0.6% year-on-year

* Saturday’s Daily Mail remains the biggest-selling newspaper on any single day, outselling its nearest competitor by 211k copies and with a UK retail sale of 1.79m copies

* The Mail on Sunday’s market share is up 0.3% year-on-year to 22%

* The Mail on Sunday’s annual UK retail sales value is £91.3m, higher than any other Sunday paper

* Metro’s national ABC figure for June is 1.474m

Roland Agambar, Chief Marketing Officer, Mail Newspapers said: “I am thrilled that the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday continue to improve year-on-year in such a competitive landscape. The numbers for June are testament to our engaging content, exciting promotions and the investment in our on-going loyalty programme MyMail.”