Why Upworthy Wants To Kill The Pageview

The social do-gooder just released its "attention minutes" source code. You paying attention?Clicks and pageviews are still the standard metric most online publishers use in valiant attempts to convince advertisers to write them checks so that they can keep the lights on. When pageviews are plentiful, selling ads is easy, or so the thinking goes.Read Full Story Continue reading at 'Fast Company'

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