Media Metrics Roundup for October 5, 2016

    by Jason Alcorn
    October 5, 2016

    Advertisers Seek Leverage Versus Facebook in Metrics Screw-Up

    (Sahil Patel / Digiday)
    Will Facebook have to accept third-party audits of its numbers?

    How the Most Innovative Media Companies Make Bank From Your Mailbox


    (Noah Davis / Traffic)
    The inside story of BuzzFeed newsletters.

    Survey of Large Publishers: 30 Percent of Our Website Visits Come From Facebook

    (Joseph Lichterman / NiemanLab)
    A massive new report from the International News Media Association.


    7 Surprising Facts About Open Rates For Push Notifications

    (Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat)
    Publishers can learn from mobile games and consumer apps.

    The Inevitable Burst of the Video Bubble

    (Esther Kezia Harding / The Media Briefing)
    Pessimism about video from the Monetising Media conference.

    From MetricShift

    How to Get Hands-On Experience with the Google Analytics Demo Account by Alexandra Kanik

    How Documentary Filmmakers Plan Ahead for Impact by Patricia Aufderheide

    How We Measured Impact for a Solutions Journalism Story on Poverty by Talia Stroud and Shannon McGregor

    A Quantitative Basis for Measuring Media Impact at the Media Consortium by Jo Ellen Green Kaiser

    Growing Community Engagement at the Los Angeles Times by Daniela Gerson

    CIR’s Impact Tracker: How to Use It and Why You Need It by Lindsay Green-Barber

    Special Series: Measuring Impact by Jason Alcorn

    Upcoming Trainings & Events:

    How to Host Great Live Media Events [Oct. 5]
    Smarter Audience Analytics for Journalists [Oct. 6]
    > #MetricShift Twitter Chat [Oct. 14]
    > 3rd Annual Journalism School Hackathon at University of Georgia [Oct. 21 to 23]

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    Jason Alcorn (@jasonalcorn) is the Metrics Editor for MediaShift. In addition to his work with MediaShift, he is an analyst with the Media Impact Project and works as a consultant with non-profits and newsrooms.

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