Zoopla Property, the property website majority owned by Daily Mail & General Trust, enjoyed record internet traffic, revenues and earnings in the six months to end-March.
Average monthly visits increased 37% to 39.9m, with advertiser numbers climbing 8% and numbers of properties advertised 3%.
Revenue rose 26% to £38.3m, with earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation up 26% to £18.7m.
DMGT's share of operating profit in Zoopla, of which it owns a 52.6% stake, increased from £8m to £10m, it said.
Zoopla said it with the increased levels of property market activity and growing audience using its portals, ZPG's members were benefiting from higher volumes of enquiries and as a result are increasingly purchasing additional products over and above the standard subscription packages with Premium Listings, Appraisal Booster and Area Sponsorship being the top three most popular additional marketing products.
Alex Chesterman, founder and Chief Executive of Zoopla, said: "We remain focused on building a sustainable and profitable business and continuing to deliver on our mission of providing the most useful property resources for consumers and being the most effective partner for property professionals across the UK."
Shares of the online video provider Blinkx sank more than 10% as it said full-year profit attributable to equity holders fell and after it confirmed that it has bought LYFE Mobile in an all cash transaction.
Profit for the year attributable to equity holders of the parent fell to $12.2m for the year to March 31st 2014 from $17.6m the equivalent period a year earlier. Earnings per share fell to 3.18 cents from 4.70 cents in the previous year.
Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) increased by 31% to $39.6m. Revenue from continuing operations increased to $247.m from $198m.
The results reflect an operating loss before amortisation of purchased intangibles and acquisition and exceptional cost of $0.1m associated with Rhythm NewMedia, it explained.
Chief Exectuive S Brian Mukherjee said: "This has been an important year for Blinkx and we are delighted to announce another strong performance, in which record revenues and profits were achieved despite the absence of the extraordinary growth drivers of the prior year. This demonstrates the underlying growth and efficiency of the business and sector."
In a separate statement the group confirmed that it has bought LYFE Mobile, which offers a smart mobile technology, which delivers adverts to consumers based on their geographic location and other attributes.
LYFE has access to over 100m users in the US and 600m worldwide through its integrations with supply side partners.
Mukherjee commented: "Our growth strategy is focused on three key areas - video, mobile and programmatic, which we feel represent the future of digital advertising. LYFE Mobile is one of those rare companies operating in the sector that delivers in all three areas for Blinkx."