This year, Chartbeat measured over 39 million stories from media sites around the world. The top 100, sorted by Engaged Time, serve as a snapshot of the year’s major events and highlight themes that resonated with readers everywhere. Giving voice to the silenced, tracking Trump’s every move, diving into the human psyche; The range of topics may be broad, but one thing is consistent: quality storytelling matters more than ever.
In a media environment that increasingly favors scale, CafeMedia bought AdThrive on Thursday in a deal that will triple the reach it can offer to advertisers.
CafeMedia has acquired AdThrive, a lifestyle blogger and ad monetization network. The acquisition is expected to double CafeMedia's audience reach.
Millennials make up about one-quarter of the U.S. population, and women comprise about half of the demo. Research from CafeMedia, a women-focused digital media shop, takes a deeper look at what the segment values most when it comes to work, money and experiences.
CafeMedia has launched CafeMedia Studios, a full-service digital video production studio to expand the company's video strategy and attract more millennials and Latinas to the publisher's four titles.
Although it's not breaking news that Snapchat is on the rise as a social media force among younger Millennial women, it's helpful to step back and understand why it has gained popularity so rapidly against Facebook, which remains the dominant channel of choice.
After launching two new properties in the past year, Vivala and Revelist, CafeMedia is looking to challenge some of the bigger players in the digital media space.
While still in its infancy, CafeMedia's three-month-old platform for millennial women, Revelist, is already exploring opportunities for further monetization.
CafeMom owns Halloween on Facebook--literally. The Web publisher, whose flagship site Cafemom.com features a mix of parenting content and community forums for moms, also publishes the female-aimed content sites Babynamewizard.com and Mamaslatinas.com.
EVERYONE KNOWS a mom who's joined Facebook to check out what her newly off-to-college daughter is posting (Please friend me. Or else. Love, Mom).
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Andrew Shue is best known as the actor who played the lovable Billy Campbell on the nighttime soap opera "Melrose Place," but the he's gone from sex symbol to founder of the hottest social networking website for mothers in all of cyberspace.
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