Content Insights is the editorial intelligence package created by editors
We go to the cutting edge of big data, so you don't have to
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Why Content Insights?
Save time for creativity
The modern editorial environment is one of high-pressure and low resources. As former editors, we’ve been there, and we know how stressful it can be.
Understand in an instant
how engaged your readership actually is
Get easy-to-use editorial analytics
that you can use on the fly
Save valuable time on analysis and reporting,
so you can get on with the creative stuff
Content Insights was developed to support your editorial decisions, rather than blind you with woolly science.
Get any insight in 30 seconds or less,
Install Content Insights right out of the box and
start receiving editorial analytics in no time at all
Learn to spot opportunities and
understand ROI just by glancing at your screen
Be smart with your distribution
Content Insights tracks a huge amount of data to show you true content engagement and real attention time.
Receive reports alerting you to ineffective
Discover the channels that are driving
Gather stats on exposure, engagement and loyalty, and work out where to put your distribution spend
Make better use of your time –
your most costly resource
Get new value from old content
There's a lot you can learn from your longtail traffic, and Content Insights will help you get the most out of that data in the shortest amount of time.
See instantly which older articles continue to engage readers
Learn which topics and sections produce the most engaging evergreen content
Use these editorial analytics to help you brainstorm new content, extracting fresh value from finished work
What others say?
"Writers have to know how to improve themselves and it’s easy to see how with Content Insights."
Yogie Fadila, Editor, IDN Times
"We're learning vital lessons about what engages our most loyal readers, as CPI analysis lets us see what kind of content is most likely to convert frequent visitors to satisfied subscribers."
Paul O'Mahony, Managing Editor, The Local