14 June 2019
Notizie.it is a tech company that has entered the world of information in a disruptive way.
In just two years, it has positioned itself among the top 30 Italian news sites (Audiweb, Comscore), approaching the publishing world as a startup.
It reaches a total of 150 million contacts per month with thousands of timely, verified and quality content.
Notizie.it, has a turnover in continuous growth: 120 thousand euros of turnover in the first year, 650 thousand euros in the second. (+350% from 2017 to 2018).
Technology intervenes in the choice of news to be published and totally crowdsourced contributors are placed on gig economy model.
There are 10 thousandcontent creators, all operating remotely: the technological platform assigns the right article to the right editor who can then write the piece in the most efficient and fastest way and in the shortest time possible.
Every day, the Notizie.it team produces around 1000 articles,based on the interests of users.
Notizie.it is developing an innovative algorithm that will allow it to suggest the ideal content at the ideal time by following the navigation path of each user and their interests, thus solving the problem of reader loyalty and the overlap of unsolicited news.
On thestrength of a highly innovative project that allows it to produce quality content with careful analysis of sources, Notizie.it has tripled its turnover(+350%) in just one year.
Notizie.it has signed important commercial and editorial agreementswith Facebook, Google, Sky, Amazon and Italiaonline.
National and international brandsfrom the worlds of digital, tech, start-ups and finance rely on Notizie.it to increase their visibility in a concrete way.
The asset of Notizie.it is the generation of large volumes of traffic, with 150 million contacts per month, 10 million followerson social media (almost 4 million on the main page) which it monetises in various ways:
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