TodayShow.com Has a Record January

Today_2.4.jpgTodayShow.com, the Website of NBC’s Today show, had its best month ever in January, with more than 150 million page views. The previous record of 133 million was set last August during Beijing Olympics coverage.

The inauguration helped deliver many of the 154,432,093 page views in January, but a series on the American Kennel Club’s best dog breeds was the #1 story. The pooches were prominently featured on the MSN homepage giving it 29,457,927 page views.

Some of the other top stories include a slideshow on Michelle Obama‘s style (7,574,068), top dog and cat names of 2008 (4,443,719) and an ambush makeover, “From frumpy to foxy” (4,005,730).

After the jump, the email from Today show EP Jim Bell to the staff…


—–Original Message—–
From: Bell, Jim (NBC Universal)
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 1:59 PM
Subject: FW: Record month, week for TODAYshow.com

Some great news from TODAYshow.com… It’s wonderful to see the extra work you all do on a daily basis for our site demonstrate huge results like this.

Congratulations and thank you.

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