advertisement advertisement advertisement Most people will probably agree that 2020 was one of the most harrowing, contentious years of the 21st century yet. Lockdowns resulting from a global pandemic kept many Americans physically isolated from each other, while a bitter presidential race and social justice movements like Black Lives Matter kept many mentally and politically divided. advertisement And it's the combination of those two things—the physical isolation from COVID-19 and America's historic political division—that fueled the rankings of SimilarWeb's The Digital 100 list this year. The list by the web traffic intelligence company ranks the top 10 fastest-growing brands across 10 categories, including apparel, electronics, and fintech. But from a media perspective, the rankings of the top left-leaning and right-leaning news brands are the most revealing. American's divisions over the COVID-19 response and Trump was good for media companies on both sides of the political aisle. "A once-in-a-lifetime pandemic combined with a presidential election led to unprecedented levels of traffic to news websites in 2020," SimilarWeb's report notes, "with traffic leaders like The New York Times and CNN experiencing 68% and 40% increases in traffic (year-over-year) YOY, respectively." But sorry to sites like CNN and Fox News, the real media… Read full this story
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