6 attention-worthy data visualizations that tell stories using time
Sometimes, absorbing new information simply takes too much time (as anyone who has accidentally fallen asleep on a textbook can…
73% of site visitors get there via mobile. Here’s your guided tour through the mobile landscape.
There’s a good chance that you have a mobile phone within arm’s reach right now, maybe in a pocket, next…
Google adopting the strategies that made Facebook successful in news referrals
Facebook’s News Feed, when it first rolled out, allowed for a news and information discovery mechanism that hadn’t been seen,…
Is “Trump fatigue” real? How reader engagement has fared in the post-election era
Ed Note: This article comes from the data and analytics team at HuffPost, a Parse.ly client. We typically highlight aggregate…
What movie will you see this weekend? That depends on where you live.
What do people do before they go see a movie? The movie industry tries to answer this question through proxies…
Don’t start 2018 without catching up on the data from this year
You can measure the year in top songs, top movies, or top recipes, taking a look at what made this…
The data behind the stories of Trump’s presidency
Are people really paying attention? So far during Donald Trump’s presidency, readers are spending more time with political news, per…
map of media jobs in the U.S.
Help, We’re Trapped in the Media Bubble!
A slew of advice on diluting filter bubbles followed the 2016 election. Quartz advised, “Get new perspectives in your inbox.”…
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Online Audiences Spent the Equivalent of 87 Years Reading One Article in 2016
At the end of the year, we tend to look back at the work that has changed the way we…
Your homepage: A leading indicator of social success
Social networks have become extremely important referral sources for many online media outlets. In light of Facebook’s recent algorithm changes,…
The data behind the average article lifespan
The fast pace of online content means that often an article or post barely makes its way through the CMS…