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Working Together to Make Sense of Facebook’s News Feed

by John Saroff
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The 100 Most Engaging Stories of 2017

2017 was filled with authentic and impactful stories that ranged from breaking news to longform portraits of the human experience. We’re at a time when, as The Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey…

by John Saroff
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A look back, a look ahead

As 2017 comes to a close, we at Chartbeat find ourselves incredibly grateful for the remarkable year we’ve had. In October, we evolved our brand to match the evolving industry….

by John Saroff
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The Enhanced Art of Writing Headlines

This article first appeared in DCN. What makes a great headline, and why? How can headlines make the casual skimmer stop and read? While much has changed in media’s shift…

by Terri Walter
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The 5 Big Trends Media Execs Must Understand to Succeed

This article first appeared in DCN after the data was originally presented by Josh Schwartz at ONA17. How has both consumer consumption of news and traffic patterns changed year-over-year? What…

by Terri Walter
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News Hacking: The Trump/Russia Saga So Far

In this series, we’ll be looking at what’s capturing attention each month across a wide range of topics – from politics, to science, to entertainment. How does the media cover breaking…

by Kris Harbold
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The Global Monetization Discussion

The Chartbeat team and I just returned from an incredible trip to Vienna for the GEN Summit 2017 where the three-day action was non-stop. Perhaps most exciting was the opportunity…

by Sonya Song
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The New Speed of Mobile Engagement

This article was originally published on DCN. Download the full study here. Does improving page load time positively impact readership?The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project was launched in February 2016…

by John Saroff
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Do people actually read what they share on social channels?

According to recent Chartbeat research, the answer is no.  The different ways a visitor can land on your content influence not only what they read, but also how they read….

by Katie Stuart
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The Political Divide: How Liberals and Conservatives Read the News – or Ignore it

This week, we partnered with The New York Times – The Upshot on a study of supply and demand in the news. Essentially, we sought to uncover how many articles…

by Sonya Song
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The Results Are In: 2016’s Most Engaging Stories

What a year it was. From major political events like the U.S. Election and Brexit to the summer Olympics; from gun violence and terrorism to gripping personal narrative on issues…

by Terri Walter
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Bursting Social Bubbles: How Search Overtakes Social During Major News Events

Recently, there’s been a big push for social over search – the idea has emerged that social channels are the main, if not only, sources that consumers turn to to get…

by Kris Harbold
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2016 US Election Traffic: What to Expect and How to Maximize It

Tomorrow’s US elections will bring an unprecedented amount of web traffic to news sites. At Chartbeat, we’re predicting the total volume of readership we measure across the web (including non-news…

by Josh Schwartz
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