American Veterinarian Caps Off Milestone Year With 1 Million Page Views
American Veterinarian Editorial Staff
Web traffic to AmericanVeterinarian.com continues to grow, surpassing 100,000-page views every month since July.
American Veterinarian®, a premier multimedia provider of cutting-edge veterinary news, research updates and conference coverage, has surpassed 1 million-page views for 2018, announced Chris Hennessy, publisher of American Veterinarian®.
“We are proud to reach 1 million-page views for the first time in 2018,” Hennessy said. “This milestone is a true team effort, and we are excited to see American Veterinarian® continue to grow as a top resource for veterinarians.”
In addition, traffic on the magazine’s digital platform has increased 457% since 2017 and averaged more than 100,000 monthly page views since July, making 2018 American Veterinarian®’s best recorded year ever.
The top-performing articles that contributed to 2018’s success include:
- FDA Warns of Possible Link Between Grain-Free Dog Foods and Heart Disease
- The Poison Potential of Succulents
- USDA Grants Canine Osteosarcoma Vaccine With Conditional License
- Pentobarbital Contamination: FDA Alerts Pet Owners, Confirms Investigation
- Top 5 Ailments for Dogs and Cats
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