The NYT, BusinessInsider, Forbes and other publications are all being asked to add a daily opportunity service to their platforms in the coming months.
The service will be able to track how many articles and comments were shared each day by users across platforms.
This service will give businesses the ability to track their success on each platform and provide valuable insight on topics that matter to them, the NYT said.
It will also be able track the popularity of the posts, comments and topics they’ve shared and shareable content in each platform, the company said.
This means it will be easier for businesses to identify new and exciting topics for them to explore.
“This is an important service that helps business owners and readers alike,” the NYT added.
“We are also excited to offer a daily chance to reach readers on platforms across the globe, including platforms that have never had a daily idea offering.”
It’s unclear if this service will include Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or any other social media platforms.
The NYT did not disclose how many companies were using the service.
The service will work for both personal and business users, so it’s unclear how many businesses will actually see it.
It will also help to get a clearer picture of the number of mentions on a particular platform by showing it as a vertical bar, the Times said.
“We’ve always looked for new ways to connect our platform readers and business owners, and this new daily opportunity will provide an easy way for our audience to track this data,” the company added.
The NYT also said it is working on a weekly opportunity service for businesses, but did not give a timeline for when it might be released.