10 ways you can use data like Mashable, Upworthy, BuzzFeed and College Humor
Everyone wants to know the secret to attracting and keeping audiences on their site. BuzzFeed, CollegeHumor, Upworthy and Mashable have gotten a lot of attention for their fast growth, millennial audiences and innovative approach to integrating analytics into their operations.
For these sites, collecting and accessing data is just the beginning; the real power comes from how they each apply it to grow their audiences and to help their organizations’ overall strategies.
We asked four digital media rock stars from each website to share ways they use data as part of a series Parse.ly put together on demystifying data for digital media sites. Each person answered us with a list, because, why not? Here we share their top ten insights.
Parse.ly, August 21, 2014