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Jagran among most viewed website in India

26-May-2015
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Jagran among most viewed website in India

The recent Comscore released for April 2015 has put Jagran website amongst the top most viewed websites in India, the company stated in a release.

With over 10 million visitors, Jagran announced its inclusion in the list with top Internet companies in India having names like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft, Amazon, Indian Railways, Rediff, etc. Additionally, Jagran Josh is the No 1 education website in India, the release said.

The data also confirmed that Jagran is placed higher than players like PAYTM, Linked-in, Naukri, Shopclues, Quickr, Makemytrip, Justdial, Ibibo, OLX, Myntra, Sulekha, Bharat Matrimony and many more. In news portals, Jagran is ahead of HT, India Today, Bhaskar, Economic Times, Hindu, IBN, ABP, BBC, Amar Ujala and other news portals on the digital medium, the statement stated.

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