So I’ve shamelessly copied the script straight into Perl which was super easy:
In context it looks something like the script below:
It’s essential for content-focused sites to keep track of how different types of content are performing. One of the more important ones of these, especially following Facebook’s latest publisher referral traffic apocalypse is evergreen content.
It’s not immediately obvious how to do this in Google Analytics, as there’s no out-of-the-box way to track an article’s publish date.
There are a number of ways to do it, all of which involve setting up a custom dimension/metric. …
The Facebook Journalism Project held its first UK hackathon last week, and Trinity Mirror sent along a team of developers and journalists to participate.
We did a little preparation before the hack day, but had no solid idea of what to work on. After a brief discussion over breakfast, we settled on trying to solve a fairly simple problem:
The feedback forms we use at the bottom of articles are effective for gathering stories from readers, but they don’t work on Facebook Instant Articles or AMP
However, as we looked into the processes behind this method of gathering reader feedback, and plotted out the workflows with editorial members of the team, we came across deeper…