USE CUTTING EDGE METRICS TO SHARPEN YOUR MEDIA
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LET YOUR READERS TELL YOU HOW TO MAGNETIZE YOUR MEDIA
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Karjalainen – Engaging articles in regional newspaper

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Karjalainen – Engaging articles in regional newspaper

CHALLENGE  Karjalainen is a daily newspaper published in North Karelia. It has 94 000 readers (national media survey, KMT 2014).  Karjalainen decided to measure articles regularly during one year.  Their main objective was...

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The Guardian - Brand campaigns benefit from contextually relevant placement

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The Guardian - Brand campaigns benefit from contextually relevant placement

CHALLENGE ‘Context affects our decisions to a far greater degree than we realise and it matters when planning advertising, now more than ever. We know that it’s increasingly difficult to get...

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A-Lehdet - Using Inviso measurements to increase knowledge of the web audience and increase the effe…

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CHALLENGE A-lehdet is a Finnish media company that publishes magazines, which cover all fields of life from house repairs and decoration to cooking, free-time activities and well-being. A-lehdet is one of...

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