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ONLINE AUDIENCE

The Seattle Times Company Online Network is a top-rated and sought-out favorite locally, regionally and nationally.
  • Reaching 732,900 adults, The Seattle Times Company Online Network is the number one local media website in the Seattle-Tacoma DMA

Network Statistics:

  • Page views: An average of more than 56 million monthly
  • Unique visitors: An average of 5,431,816 monthly

Seattle is a leader in online activity

  • The $118 billion Western Washington market ranks #1 for making online purchases, #2 for accessing the Internet, #2 for shopping online for airline tickets, #2 for reading or contributing to blogs and #3 for shopping online for health and beauty items.
  • Forbes.com has named Seattle the nation’s most wired city for 2009, based on broadband access and usage and wi-fi availability.
  • Sixty-three percent of adults make regular purchases on the Internet and 27% have smart phones.

If you want to reach the entire Western Washington market, you need The Seattle Times Company Online Network in your media mix.

Call our advertising team at 206/464-3237 for answers to all your questions about online advertising, or e-mail one of our online account executives.

Note: The Seattle Times Company Online Network reach includes adults visiting seattletimes.com, NWsource.com, NWjobs.com, NWautos.com and NWhomes.com. The Seattle-Tacoma DMA (Western Washington) refers to the Designated Market Area, which includes King, Snohomish, Chelan, Clallam, Douglas, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Thurston and Whatcom counties.
Sources: 2010 Scarborough Report, Release 1; Scarborough Multi-Market Report, 2009 Release 1 Omniture, Oct. 2009 – March 2010; Nielsen Claritas, 2009.