Chartbeat is a betaworks company that partners with doers – the editors, writers, marketers, and developers of the world who create and build the content that users see and interact with online – to deliver the data they need, when they need it, in real time. The company focuses on unusual behavior happening across the social web and how that affects constantly changing content – the content that might not have existed yesterday, might not be looked at tomorrow, but today is driving your site.
And Tony Haile is driving Chartbeat. For some reason, which he can’t explain himself, but no matter: the self-described former betaworks Chief Troublemaker and current Adjunct Professor of Journalism at Columbia University is doing a damned good job of it.
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