Chartbeat Study Confirms Most Online-Readers Click With a Bias
by Dilame Lindmeier, age 16
How do people react when they see a headline with which they disagree? Do they read it, skip it, or gloss over it without batting an eyelash?
In the age of online publishing, media companies use services to track readership. Several publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Reuters use Chartbeat, a web-analytic software that displays the most popular stories, readers’ locations, and the time readers spend reading each article. [Read More]