Chartbeat

As of July 25, 2024
  • F
    Econiscore
    Scores reflect Econify's performance standards, calculated by comparing main thread time, blocking time, and transfer size to our thresholds, adjusted by respective weights. Grades 'A' to 'F' are assigned based on the aggregate score, with higher scores indicating better performance.

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  • 113.31ms
    Main Thread
  • -14%
    delta down
    30-Day Change
  • 37%
    Peer Percentile
    This function determines a vendor's percentile rank in main thread time compared to its industry peers. A higher percentile indicates the vendor's main thread time is superior to that of most competitors.

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KEY METRICS
The essential markers all sites should work on

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MAX
MAIN THREAD TIME
1175.00 ms
MIN
MAIN THREAD TIME
0 ms

TRACKED COMPANIES (TOP & BOTTOM)
The best and worst companies that are utilizing this vendor.

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RANKCOMPANYMAIN THREAD TIMEBLOCKING TIMETRANSFER SIZE
1Yahoo Finance
MAIN THREAD TIME:
0ms
BLOCKING TIME:
0ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
265 B
2People Magazine
MAIN THREAD TIME:
35ms
BLOCKING TIME:
0ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
25.31kB
3Allrecipes
MAIN THREAD TIME:
57.33ms
BLOCKING TIME:
11.67ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
25.32kB
41Fox.com
MAIN THREAD TIME:
323.5ms
BLOCKING TIME:
164ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
25.38kB
42Telemundo
MAIN THREAD TIME:
356ms
BLOCKING TIME:
154.5ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
36.50kB
43The New York Times
MAIN THREAD TIME:
632ms
BLOCKING TIME:
423ms
TRANSFER SIZE:
25.31kB

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Description

Betaworks launched Chartbeat in April 2009 as a real-time web analytics tool that, it said, publishers could use to react quickly to changes in user behavior. At the time, Google Analytics did not offer real-time data. The launch of Chartbeat was part of a broader strategy by Betaworks to capitalize on the growth of the real-time, stream-based, social web. Betaworks had also invested in Twitter, Tumblr, bit.ly, and TweetDeck. In August 2010, the company was spun off from Betaworks as a separate entity. In July 2011, Chartbeat launched Newsbeat, a version of their service for news sites. In February 2016, founding CEO Tony Haile resigned from the company after seven years as CEO. Long time COO John Saroff was named as his successor. In October 2017, Chartbeat made updates to its user experience and design, including the rebrand of its flagship product as Chartbeat for Publishing.

Headquarters

New York City, United States

Status

Active

Type Of Service

Web Analytics

Url

chartbeat.com