How Do You Like Your Content? Depends on the Device You’re Using

Whether through smartphones, tablets, or desktops, consumers are constantly looking for ways to satiate their content-driven hunger for the latest news, entertainment, and social media trends. Even in a multi-screen world, content finds its way to the consumer so easily that we do not realize the magnitude of the amount we take in or its impact.

Most of us are victims of getting drawn into the content portal while reading articles or watching clips in the evenings and thinking, “just one more then I’ll go to bed, I swear.” If hours have passed and you’ve far surpassed your content curfew, we’ve done our jobs.

Here at Outbrain, we hope to make your content discovery journey a personalized one, allowing you to get lost in the expansive online world and explore different topics and forms of media, from more traditional publishers like online newspapers, to newer niche publishers growing in influence.

As part of our goal of facilitating interesting online discoveries, we thought it would be fun to analyze the variations of content consumption patterns across our network, depending on what, when, and which devices people use when they click on an Outbrain link.

Get ready for the Battle of Devices!
















































































































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Brandon Carter is Marketing Manager at Outbrain, a content discovery platform on a mission to help readers find the most interesting content online. Before joining Outbrain, he was a Business Analyst and Licensing Coordinator for entertainment brands Peanuts and Sesame Street, respectively. He holds a B.A. in English from Williams College and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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