How audiences find articles, by topic
The topic of an article can have a significant impact on where readers find it. For example, articles about sports attract most of their external referrals from people searching Google, while lifestyle pieces are more likely to be discovered on Facebook.
Understanding where readers consume articles by topic can help inform how you write, design, and distribute your content. An analysis of over 10 million articles published in the Parse.ly network in 2016 revealed which external referral sources drove traffic to fourteen different news topics.
This Authority Report analyzes:¶
- The external referral sources for news articles on U.S. presidential politics, sports, entertainment, technology, and more
- How many articles per topic appeared in Parse.ly’s network
- Whether readers were more likely to traffic articles on certain topics using their desktop, mobile, or tablet
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