Salem Web Network

Salem Web Network represents the largest faith-based audiences on the Internet and is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia with offices in Dallas and Nashville. Salem Web Network is owned and operated by Salem Communications with the goal of to "replicate Salem's leadership position in radio in the digital world". According to Nielsen Net Ratings, Salem Web Network has more pages viewed by than all other web sites combined in the niche. The Network claims over 100 million page views per month and over 5 million e-mail subscribers.

Web address Salemwebnetwork.com
Commercial? yes
Registration Optional
Available language(s) English
Owner Salem Web Network
Created by Salem Web Network
Alexa rank 83,684 (April 2013)
Current status active


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