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New Hail Feature: Stats

The hits keep on coming! Hail labs have been on a roll lately with lots of great new innovations being shipped. This month we literally are counting hits with our brand new statistics feature.

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What iOS 11 means for news publishers and readers – Columbia Journalism Review

Apple’s new iOS 11 operating system, set for release today, will lead to several changes in how readers consume news, be it through podcasts, Apple News, or the Web. It also brings tweaks to privacy and advertising guidelines that have implications for the news business. Publishers have good reason to watch closely: There were more […]

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Are publishers making money on Facebook? “Not really,” a new report finds » Nieman Journalism Lab

For years publishers have held onto the hope that all their investments in Facebook will, at some point, pay dividends when it comes to revenue. But a new report from WAN-IFRA suggests that, for most publishers, that’s still far from the case — and they’re not happy about it.Surveying nearly …

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The Coral Project’s Guide to Community Metrics

This article is taken from The Coral Project’s Community Guides for Journalism, a website filled with strategies and skills to use in your reporting. Before you make any changes in your community strategy, you need to decide how you’ll know if your changes are working. That’s where metrics come in — numbers that measure some […]

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