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As of 2015, Hespress is the most popular news website in the country Business model [ ] Hespress derives its revenues from

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The arrest of regular contributor Mohamed Erraji for a column critical of the Moroccan monarchy, which was reported on , also contributed to an increase in visits to the website
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According to Guennouni, the company generated a turnover of up to 150,000 a month in 2012
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As of 2015, Hesport is the 19th-most visited website in the country, ranking third among the country's sports news websites
The company became profitable in 2011 As of 2015, the website has 37 staff members, with three dedicated to managing its page
from the original on 7 May 2015 However, the magazine proved unprofitable, with the investment costing 20 million

Subsequently, the Guennouni brothers launched Hesport, a portal for sports news in Morocco.

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Reception [ ] In 2012, Middle East ranked Hespress third on its list of the most powerful news websites in the Arab world
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It structured as a company and started recruiting professional journalists in 2009, with editorial staff located in
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Rudi, Souad 9 June 2009 In 2015, the website started to publish sponsored
According to Hassan, the name "Hespress" derives from the mythical Land of the , sometimes said to be located in modern Morocco, and the English word " The website initially relied on for advertising revenue, but later shifted its focus to selling advertisement space directly to Moroccan agencies

Forbes Middle East in Arabic.

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In 2008, Hespress gained popularity when it hosted videos from Mounir Agueznay, a young activist who exposed corruption within police and security officers
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At the beginning, the two remained anonymous; Hassan initially wrote under the Taha Hamdouchi
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The magazine ceased publication in July 2013, with 29 issues having been published in total