People post content that “supports the images of themselves they want to reflect,” said Meena Thiruvengadam, head of audience development for Business Insider.
“It started to get to a critical mass, and it seemed like the right time to be on there,” Meena Thiruvengadam told Digiday.
“Metrics of success will move from likes, followers and view counts toward deeper signs of engagement and loyalty such as time spent, registrations, and subscriptions,” Meena Thiruvengadam told NewsWhip.
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