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How The Daily Mail Became An Internet Powerhouse

01/15/2011 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

That the Daily Mail can now be read in Pyongyang illustrates a simple truth; the paper has made its own Great Leap Forward online. In 2007 it didn't have a website worthy of the name. Last month, it had 17.8m monthly unique users in the UK, according to Comscore, far more than any other newspaper.

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