Media Metrics Roundup for August 17, 2016

    by Jason Alcorn
    August 17, 2016

    Ban on Animated GIFs Killed the Olympics’ Chance at Viral Success

    (Matt Haughey / 15 minutes in the morning
    Without GIFs, I don’t even know what I missed on TV.

    Tips for Designing Device-Specific Dashboards That Make Everyone Happy

    (Piper Stull-Lane / Tableau)
    Better analytics reporting in three simple steps.

    Facebook Traffic to U.S. News Sites Has Fallen by Double Digits, Report Says

    (Matthew Ingram / Fortune)
    SimilarWeb’s analytics show falling referral traffic to sites owned by Vox, Axel Springer and many others.


    Instagram Gives Marketers a New Tool to Muzzle Haters

    (Tanya Dua / Digiday)
    Keeping hate out of the comments

    Tagged: animated gifs business models comment moderation dashboard digital subscriptions

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