This article describes Slickstream's integration with Mediavine’s Identity API that allows publishers who use the Mediavine ad network to directly benefit from first party data collected by Slickstream.
Carl is the VP of Products at Slickstream.
Below are the steps to follow to add each of the Engagement Suite story components to your site.
Note, the WordPress shortcode and widget options are only available in version 1.1.9 or later of the Slickstream WordPress Plugin.
As the Slickstream filmstrip is often injected fairly high up on posts, it can potentially contribute to Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).
This can be addressed by manually adding a container to your site, or using the Slickstream Plugin for WordPress. With the WordPress Plugin there is an option to easily set up a container for the filmstrip to be injected into for many different themes. This container pre-allocates space when the page is first rendered, ensuring there is no shift when the filmstrip loads.
All Slickstream components can be added to WordPress websites by using a widget or a shortcode. Below are the details for each Slickstream component.
This article explains how to configure the messages your visitors will see in the sign up/in flow on your site.
Slickstream is a service that operates in the cloud, not inside WordPress or any other CMS. Slickstream builds an index for your site in the same way Google does by regularly processing your sitemaps and crawling your pages to keep up with any changes.
The Slickstream Content Grid is a grid of posts that is typically added below your content or in the sidebar of your post
One of the most data rich analytic tables Slickstream provides is the Content Table accessible from the Content tab in the Slickstream Portal. This table provides summary information for each page on the publisher's website. Below are detailed explanations of the content in each column.