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Dec 03rd
Home Sections Education & Technology MabuhayRadio Reclaims Top Ranking in’s USA Ratings Among Fil-Am Media Websites
MabuhayRadio Reclaims Top Ranking in’s USA Ratings Among Fil-Am Media Websites PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 February 2009 01:56

T he is once again the Top Dog in the traffic ratings in the United States of websites published by Filipino-American media companies. The edged out the for the number-one spot in the last quarter of 2008 and in January 2009. But this month, the overtook again the and now leads it by 23,111 spots. The two had been fighting for supremacy in the USA ratings of the after the celebrated its first anniversary on April 9, 2008.


However, the still leads the in the worldwide ratings among the Filipino-American websites run by Overseas-Filipino media companies. But in the category of the “number of unique pages viewed per user per day” (NUPVPUPD), the has a 3-month average of 8.3 pages while the has a rating of 1.6 pages.


The amazing fact also is that the and another website mentioned in this report, the (formerly known as, do not publish any hardcover (printed) edition and merely rely on their online publication to promote their sites either by word of mouth or referrals by and among its readers. On the other hand, the Asian Journal newspaper has bi-weekly editions in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, San Francisco, New York, Las Vegas and it has a sister publication in Manila. In short, the is heavily advertised in all the Asian Journal editions in the United States and in the Philippines. The same is true with the five other publications mentioned in this article – all of them have printed editions, aside from their websites.


H ere are the data as of today, Feb. 24, 2009, at 7:30 a.m., including the figures for the top Filipino-American newspapers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Miami (Florida). The Filipinas Magazine is included in this comparative analysis as its publisher, Greg Macabenta, is one of the people who had been saying “not to mind Bobby Reyes for after all nobody reads him.” Oh, yeah? As readers can view the number of readers per author in the, Bobby Reyes has so far written 436 articles that have been viewed by 241,502 readers as of this morning. For more previous data, please see Bobby Reyes Reaches a Milestone as an Online Journalist (As Updated) and Bobby Reyes Receives Best Christmas Gift from Readers


       Website                        USA Ranking             NUPVPUPD      % of Readers from USA                    94,418                  8.30 pages                    86.5%                     117,529                  1.60 pages                    49.6%                 139,045                  1.25 pages                    44.4%                266,477                  1.80 pages                    69.0%                       371,907                   5.10 pages                    55.8%                        539,488                   1.70 pages                    47.3%                                  572,028                   2.00 pages                    18.9%                     653,290                  1.50 pages                    63.3%


H ere are previous comparative analyses of different Filipino-American websites:


MabuhayRadio Maintains for 10 Straight Weeks #-1 Ranking per Ratings of 18 Fil-Am Sites Maintains #1 Rating Among Fil-Am Media-owned Web Sites (per Alexa Jan. 31 List) Is Number One in Traffic Among Fil-Am Media-owned Web Sites in Jan. 17th Ratings


Finally Catches and Passes Maintains Traffic-Rating Dominance Among Top-12 Fil-Am Media-owned Web Sites Now No. 1 in USA Among Websites Published by Filipino-American Newspapers  # # #

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