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Who Should Get Review Units? Data Can Tell You.

In 2017, clients will pose new and challenging questions to their agencies, questions that only tools can answer. In that spirit, we asked the folks at Jumpshot, a San Francisco-based analytics firm, to deliver usable insights in the following SWMS exercise.

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Where are the Engaged Readers? SimilarWeb Stats Can Tell You

Perhaps the most respected tech publication in the industry has the highest bounce rate, the smallest number of page views per visit and the lowest time on site among all major rivals. Which is it? SimilarWeb can tell you, for free. Founded seven years ago this month, SimilarWeb data can reveal dozens of criteria that can help shape your pitch strategies.

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Tech Edit Spotlight: Ars Technica

Somehow, after 16 years of success, Ars Technica still may not leap to mind as one of the world's top tech web sites. But that's what it is. But that's what it is. According to Ars co-founder and EIC Ken Fisher, Ars has been averaging 11 million unique visitors and roughly 50 million page views each month.

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SWMS Analysis: Twitter Analysis Our Way

It's easy to follow an influencer on Twitter. But don't stop there. Who provides the biggest audience when others reply to that influencer or re-Tweet their material? Even better is to know who a given influencer replies to. That could lead you to entirely new influencers.

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SWMS Coverage Analysis: Google Chrome

SWMS Coverage Analysis: Google Chrome
Wednesday, July 08, 2009
 
Who did the best job of covering today's breaking news about Google Chrome becoming a netbook operating system?

For what it's worth, Ars Technica broke the story, shortly before Google itself announced the news in a company blog.

More revealing are the editorial approaches, categorized below:

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Fastest, Slowest Tech Edit Sites

If you enjoy quick-to-load tech edit web sites, you'll want to experience PCWorld.com, PCMag.com and CNET.com.

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Journalists are leaving media brands every week. Read the fruits of 16 confidential interviews with journalists now working at tech brands or PR agencies, and five interviews with the executives who hired these journalists.
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