Indian Country Today Media Network Reaches Online Traffic Milestone

Indian Country Today Media Network gets 1 million unique visitors in June 2014.
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In a major breakthrough for Native media, IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com, the world’s largest and most trusted news source for contemporary Native American and indigenous news, reported today that it has registered 1,009,761 unique monthly visitors for the month of June 2014, according to Google Analytics. The website, which was launched in January 2011, has achieved year-over-year traffic growth since its inception.

Indian Country Today Media Network will seek to build on its award-winning content and record-setting traffic by continuing to appeal to its highly engaged audience and supportive advertising partners with its unparalleled mix of news, entertainment and commentary.

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ABOUT INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY MEDIA NETWORK, LLC

Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC is an internationally recognized multimedia platform, solely-owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, comprised of IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com, a full-service website with mobile optimization and breaking news alerts, and This Week from Indian Country Today, a weekly subscription-based e-newsletter. Both deliver in-depth coverage of Native American News, world news, politics, business, gaming, finance, economic development, environmental issues, education, arts & entertainment, Native American culture, pow wows, health & wellness, travel, genealogy, First Nations of Canada, sports, and veterans’ issues. In addition to up-to-the-minute reporting by its team of national correspondents, IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com offers comprehensive listings of pow wows, scholarships, internships, tribal colleges, health tips, veterans’ resources, and job opportunities. It is supplemented by single-topic print editions of This Week From Indian Country Today, a thriving social media presence, and Datecatcher, the first Native American Dating site powered by and partnered with Match.com.