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.
9B page views and 70M hours of reading from the start of the season until now—we've got World Cup data that predicts the season's outcome, and more.
We’re breaking down opportunity for finance advertisers from every corner of the industry; including trends from mortgage lenders, banks, fintech and more.
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.
We know of some surprising content bedfellows. You might assume a reader of a finance related article will be interested in browsing stocks, but maybe not.
Taboola's new global readership report dives into readership trends on the web—globally, and also in several countries in the Americas, EMEA and APAC.