Just Launched: Author Insights and Email Subscriptions in the Daily Content Perspective

April 22nd, 2014 by Doug

Last year, we launched the Daily Content Perspective to allow editorial and analytics teams to understand their traffic and audiences beyond their real-time data—armed with a full day of context for overall traffic volume, top stories and sections, and smart insights into that data. Our goal was to make it easy for folks to be ... Keep reading

Chartcorps Challenge: Getting Your High-Converting Referrers to Work Harder

April 16th, 2014 by Chris

Day in and day out, you’re working hard to build your returning and loyal audience. You’re publishing tons of high-quality content. You know it’s great content because your visitors are spending lots of time engaging with it, and they’re coming back for more of it. The question I have for you is this: Are you making your ... Keep reading

Meet the New Additions to Chartbeat Publishing for Ad Sales

April 10th, 2014 by Alex Carusillo

We’re rolling out some big additions to Chartbeat Publishing for Ad Sales this week and with these new features come some new ways of thinking. For a while now, we have been talking about Active Exposure Time (how long people spend actively reading while ads are in view) as the best way for publishers to ... Keep reading

Chartcorps Challenge: Make the Most of Your Social Traffic

April 9th, 2014 by James

Wait! Before you tweet that awesome story, think: Have you done everything you can to capitalize on the instant exposure? With your Chartbeat Publishing Dashboard as your trusty sidekick, you can find the best content to share in terms of audience and Engaged Time before you ever post or tweet, and then watch the traffic ... Keep reading

Chartcorps Challenge: Zombies! What to Do When Newly Undead Articles Walk Again

April 3rd, 2014 by Nik

You wake up to see an article trending like there’s no tomorrow. But it’s not the piece you published last night, or even the follow-up article you tweeted about while grabbing your morning coffee. It’s a story you barely remember writing. It sounds like you might have a ‘zombie’ article on your hands, and this ... Keep reading