Media Metrics Roundup for February 22, 2017

    by Jason Alcorn
    February 22, 2017

    Trump Campaign Sends Survey on Media Bias That Is, Well, Pretty Biased

    (Jaclyn Reiss / Boston Globe)
    This is not how you write a good user survey.

    What to Do When An Analytics Report Looks Wrong

    (Pierre DuBois / DMN)
    It happens more often than we like to admit. Trust, but verify.

    Facebook Analytics Passes 1 Million Apps

    And two new features help users understand what the data from Facebook Analytics actually means. (Sound familiar?)


    Will Phone Numbers Start To Blow Up As The Next Big Identifier?

    (Allison Schiff / AdExchanger)
    Despite huge privacy concerns, more and more marketers want our digits.

    5 Charts on How Brands’ Use of Snapchat is Changing

    (Grace Caffyn / Digiday)
    Lots of juicy new analytics data here.

    From MetricShift

    Germany’s Largest Daily Partners with Analytics Startup by Benjamin Bathke


    Meet the Wall Street Journal Metrics Mavens: Amanda Lilly and Vivyan Tran by Julia Haslanger

    How to Use Analytics to Differentiate Your Content by Gabriele Boland

    Your Cheat Sheet for Newsletter Analytics by Tamara Power-Drutis and Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz

    Editorial Analytics Are Stranded In Another Era. It’s Time To Take Them Seriously. by Jon Wilks

    The One Metric Journalists Need to Steal from Content Marketers by Lee Procida

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

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