Mobile news articles interactions in the U.S. by article source and length 2015

The statistic gives information on the share of interactions with news articles on smartphones in the United States as of September 2015, sorted by article length and the source of the article. According to the source, 43 percent of short-form news articles that were interacted with in the time period were referred from social media.

Share of interactions with news articles on smartphones in the United States as of September 2015, by source and article length

InternalDirectExternalSearchSocial
Long-form15%24%9%12%40%
Short-form17%21%9%10%43%
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Sources

Release date

May 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

September 2015

Number of respondents

74,840 articles

Special properties

based on 71 million unique visitors

Supplementary notes

Long-form articles are 1,000 words or more.

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