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5 Steps to sharing analytics throughout the newsroom

                                                           
 

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5 STEPS TO SHARING ANALYTICS THROUGHOUT THE NEWSROOM

 
 
 

In many organisations, it’s still the case that metrics are owned by a data or analytics team, with knowledge staggered at various levels throughout the organisation. 

As this data becomes more important, there's a growing need to spread content analytics and understanding throughout your organisation. But how do you make sure you go about it the right way?


Key takeaways:



Figure out what data is relevant to which people


Establish how the analytics will impact individual workflows and performance

Ensure that the data aligns with organisation-wide goals and strategy
 
 
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