Slickstream collects and stores lots of first-party data on behalf of its customers. By the nature of what Slickstream does, on each pageview we know a lot about the viewer. As a Slickstream customer, this information is yours to use as you see fit.
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.
As such, Slickstream's servers need access to your site. If you are running security software (such as Sucuri or StackProtect) or a CDN (such as Cloudflare) they may block access by Slickstream's servers. To ensure Slickstream can reach your site in these cases, it may be necessary to whitelist the IP addresses of Slickstream's servers.
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.
Slickstream had a major service outage today affecting all customers. The outage started around 12:30PM Pacific Time and lasted approximately 30 minutes. At that point, service should have returned to normal on all sites.
You may find that you want to use fonts other than those already built into the Slickstream Story editor. This article explains how to add Google Fonts to your Slickstream Channel so that they are available when building your stories.