Eleven 10th Grade Girls Walk Into a Startup…

March 27th, 2015 by Cat

Last Friday, we had a group of 10th graders from the The Young Women’s Leadership Schools (TWYLS) hang out at Chartbeat Studios. TYWLS is a network of schools focused on bringing high-quality single-sex education to predominantly low-income students between 6th and 12th grade, usually first generation college students in their families. Their ultimate mission strives ... Keep reading

Webinar Recap: 2015 Trends in Online Journalism

February 2nd, 2015 by Adam

The most recent Chartbeat webinar focused (loosely perhaps) on some of the larger trends in digital publishing industry and what we can expect in 2015. An excellent discussion was had, with digital prophets Justin Bank of the New York Times and Jonathan Goldner of MTV traversing topics such as emerging mobile strategies, video strategies, personalization ... Keep reading

Chartbeat, HealthCare.gov, and Personal Information

January 22nd, 2015 by Tony

Over the last couple of days, there has been a lot of talk about data privacy and specifically HealthCare.gov passing personal information (e.g., age, zip code, income) to third-party data sites. Chartbeat is paid by clients like HealthCare.gov to help content teams understand how people visiting the site engage with the content, so the folks ... Keep reading

Metrics 101: Lifetime Exposure

January 13th, 2015 by Alexandra

As part of our larger efforts to help build an Attention Economy—in which success is measured not by clicks and pageviews but by time and audience attention earned—we’ve publicly released our Description of Methodology, which outlines the measurement process on which Chartbeat’s MRC accreditation is based. Given that this document is a bit well, hefty, ... Keep reading

How Engaged Time Affects Reading Comprehension

December 22nd, 2014 by Chris

We recently got an interesting question from a client about the connection between engaged time and understanding in news articles. A priori, one may think that there should be a strong correlation–someone quickly skimming through an article should not be expected to retain as much as someone carefully reading–but there are some reasons this might ... Keep reading