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Articles tagged analytics (46)

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John Wihbey    
Crowdsourcing tiny snippets of time, building the news around analytics, and how Twitter is weird during big news events: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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James G. Robinson    
The Times’ director of news analytics explains its new Package Mapper tool: “Every URL is a potential starting point for readers.”
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Joseph Lichterman    
A small team at NPR was given six weeks of development resources to build an analytics dashboard.
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Raju Narisetti    
The senior vice president of strategy at News Corp has some ideas about how to determine how outlets are really managing the disruption of their businesses — and newsrooms.
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Caroline O'Donovan    
They drive huge engagement and otherworldly pageviews. From internal analytics to a flexible CMS, the recent quiz boom provide a useful peek into how BuzzFeed sees itself as a platform.
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Caroline O'Donovan    
“Attention minutes” combine traditional metrics with measurements aimed at figuring out how much time readers really spend with content.
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Joshua Benton    
In rough chronological order, and with a pinch of design inspiration from BuzzFeed.
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Caroline O'Donovan    
A new report from the Berkman Center weighs the benefits and limitations of surveys, search data, social platforms, third party analytics, and more.
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John Wihbey    
Redefining the relationship between journalist and citizen, the quandary of comfort news, and Norwegian thrash death metal: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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Justin Ellis    
Silver says he wants a mix of features and the daily metabolism of blogging. Finding people who can do both is tricky.
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Caroline O'Donovan    
Traditional journalists probably won’t like a lot of how Upworthy’s become one of the fastest growing aggregators on the web. But it’s hard to question the effectiveness of its methods.