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How to Track the Performance of Distributed Content


In addition to developing audiences on their own sites, today’s top publishers have an unprecedented opportunity to reach massive new audiences by distributing their content to emerging third-party platforms. But where should they start?

Between Facebook Instant Articles, Snapchat Discover, Apple News, Twitter Moments, and Google AMP, the options are varied and, honestly, a bit overwhelming. Each has potential and is worth testing. Digital publishers must take advantage of analytics to decide which is worth the investment.

How can digital publishers who have been tracking the performance of their on-site content now begin tracking the performance of their distributed content?

Distributed Content Tracking with is one of the only analytics tools that can track distributed content on Google AMP and Facebook Instant Articles, and consolidate these analytics alongside an organization’s on-site data. In light of today’s official launch of Google AMP, we’re guessing you might have some questions, so we wanted to offer some advice to digital publishers who are faced with navigating the somewhat-muddied waters of distributed content tracking.

Incorporating Google AMP tracking in your existing account is easy since was an original launch partner; simply add the tag as described here.

You’ll notice that our Google AMP integration works virtually “out of the box.” As soon as the tag has been added, Google AMP traffic will then be included in’s dashboard. continues to work closely with Google to fill in any missing gaps in the resulting publisher data. In the future we plan to break out distributed content in the dashboard so that publishers can see where their distributed content is resonating with audiences. That would fall under our Data Pros plan, and may require an account upgrade for some customers.

But that’s another project (and another post) for another day.

Sign Up for a Free Distributed Content Site Consultation

Figuring out your distributed content game plan takes collaboration across departments and can help. Along with our agency partner, Empirical Path, we will provide a free site consultation for digital publishers looking to implement distributed tracking.

Learn how to track content performance on Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project and Facebook’s Instant Articles today by signing up below.

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