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Because Instagram makes it hard to share links, you're limited on how many people come from the platform to your site. Link-in-bio providers try to solve this problem. Here's what to look for when accounting for that traffic.https://blog.parse.ly/post/8511/link-in-bio-providers-add-10-15-to-instagram-referral-traffic/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

We stopped producing content for a time in 2019. The results were not great. See what happened in this post: https://blog.parse.ly/post/8742/we-stopped-producing-content-the-results-werent-good/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Have an Android or iOS app? Once you have app tracking enabled in your account and you're integrated, you'll start seeing that data in your dashboard. Learn more: https://blog.parse.ly/post/9243/mobile-app-tracking-for-content/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Earlier this year, we released an update to our API that made it possible for you to customize your on-site article links based on audience segments. Want to show your paid subscribers a special selection of content? We got you! https://blog.parse.ly/post/9321/parsely-api-audience-segments/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Here's a comprehensive guide on how to get the WordPress analytics you need for your business to thrive: https://blog.parse.ly/post/9492/wordpress-analytics-comprehensive-analytics-guide/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

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Learning what readers respond to, and what makes them act means that Grist.org can fulfill it's mission. Read how their executive editor describes their "secret sauce" for inspiring readers to take action (and not lay in bed depressed) on our blog: blog.parse.ly/post/8213/climate-change-news-grist/ ...

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