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Hundreds of news outlets joined an effort to increase coverage of climate change ahead of the United Nations Climate Action Summit on Sept. 23. The results are in — and it was a resounding success.
We see 400 million article views per day in the US—we know how the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are connecting at the big issues of the day.
With 20 candidates vying for attention during debates, it’s not easy to determine who won. Taboola’s Topic Insights help answer this question.
What do your content consumers do to fill ‘empty’ moments? There’s a high chance they’re using their phone—here’s why you need an infinite feed on mobile.
There are few events that impact global internet traffic like the World Cup. People stopped what they were doing for it—here’s what happened.
Consumers are spending tons of time online, much of which is spent on feeds. Surprisingly, the unit bias and M&Ms have a lot to do with it.
At this year’s summit, you couldn’t miss the sound of publishers searching for answers. Traffic and revenue is harder to find. Here’s the industry’s take.
As new events and trends took the stage at NYFW, we took a look at some of the this year’s newest designers to see what was resonating with masses.
As these Olympic Games marked many milestones, we wanted to know the sports that internet readers found the most interesting—and we found some surprises.
In real-time, we started seeing that over half of all readers online were reading about the eclipse, which was more than Donald Trump articles.