Where Views Fail and Why Measuring Your Audience’s Time Is So Important

February 6th, 2014 by Lauryn

Today, Upworthy introduced a metric they’re using on their content, which they’re calling Attention Minutes. As we’ve done with our friends at Medium and the good folks at YouTube when they’ve introduced ways to understand how their audience is engaging with content beyond clicks and pageviews, we’re extending a giant virtual high five. It’s another big ... Keep reading

Second-Screen Viewing & the Super Bowl

February 3rd, 2014 by Josh

Current estimates are that nearly 100 million viewers tuned in to watch Seattle’s 43-8 win against Denver last night. Of course, there’ll be many reports that dissect the ways we watched the game, but for us, one particular area of interest is the prevalence of multi-device viewing. The concept of the “second screen”—people consuming media ... Keep reading

The Modern Front-End Workflow—From Start to Finish

January 30th, 2014 by Harry

Front-end engineers have gone through a bit of a renaissance in recent years. There’s been a wild and wonderful spurt in innovation that has completely changed what it means to be a front-end developer. We now have a vast and wide array of tools available to us, allowing us to develop faster and smarter. We ... Keep reading

CEO Tony Haile Named to Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business 1000

January 29th, 2014 by Juliana

Tony Haile Chartbeat   Today Fast Company announced the Most Creative People in Business 1000 – with Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile included in the ranks. The MCP 1000 is described as “an influential, diverse group of modern Renaissance men and women across the economy and around the globe. This is more than just a list: It is a rising ... Keep reading

2014 Trends in Online Journalism

January 23rd, 2014 by Kyle

2014 Trends in Online Journalism At Chartbeat, we have the great privilege of working with thousands of the world’s online publishers, giving us access to one of the most interesting data sets ever. (Ever!) So, with 2013 wrapped up and 2014 now in full swing, we thought it’d be cool to do a little futurecasting… you know, use what we’ve ... Keep reading