Special Offer Until May 31: Content Conversions Standard For FreeGo to form
The Content Conversions Standard product is free until May 31st. Fill out this form to let us know you’re interested.
The Content Conversions product will help you see how your content strategy directly impacts concrete user actions like newsletter sign-ups, subscriptions & paid content, and lead generation.
With companies moving to digital-only, your content is more important than ever. We want to give you the insights you need now, when you need it most. Fill out this form to let us know you’re interested in using Content Conversions and we’ll contact you to get set up.
Why are we doing this?
To get more context on this offer, see this post by our CEO, "Parse.ly makes Content Conversions add-on free, helping companies monetize traffic to content". The quick summary is:
For companies that are in the media and entertainment space, we've heard and seen that though you have record traffic numbers, advertisers are preventing you from monetizing. This add-on will let you measure the impact of your content on revenue and user actions beyond ad impressions.
For companies that work on marketing teams outside of media and entertainment, we've heard that content is becoming more important than ever as everything shifts to digital-first and digital-only. However, understanding the direct impact of this shift and how to scale up initiatives that will work now is unclear. This add-on will help you prove the value of your content to your business.
Both of these problems require a deep understanding of how your content strategy directly impacts concrete user actions. The content conversions add-on gives you the answers you need to feel confident about your decisions today and in the future.
Fill out this form now to get set up.
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