All While Retaining Your Users.
For 15 years, we’ve been creating engaging, revenue-generating content used by hundreds of the industry's leading publishers including Cox Media, Hearst, Comcast, Microsoft, and USA Today. Our suite of free interactive content including data visualizations, polls, games, quizzes, and more instantly delivers publishers off-the-charts levels of engagement, revenue, and new traffic. All while retaining your users.Learn More
Our ad supported, traffic boosting interactive content keeps users on your site longer, discovering and engaging with more content, sharing links, and driving new revenue. From day one.
See New Revenue From Day One
Increase In User Time Spent On Site
Come Back To Engage Our Content Each Month
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Share Content On Social Media
We deliver unprecedented user engagement, retention, and revenue.
InHabit delivers relevant interactive visualizations called ƒactives™ to any article instantly — enhancing your editorial factually and functionally, boosting user-interaction and session duration.Learn More
Our Arena keeps your users engaged and on your site or app by delivering fun, interactive content including games, quizzes, polls, and more.Learn More
The world's leading publishers and brands engage their visitors and build loyalty with our library of over 300 premium, fully customizable games.Learn More
“Given the ever-rising popularity of engaging content, Arkadium’s Arena allows us to further engage our users and entice them to visit our site throughout the day.”
Vice President, Digital Revenue
“We’re most excited about increasing exposure to Arkadium’s content, subsequently increasing revenue, audience, and engagement. And, on a personal level, integration was about as smooth a third-party product implementation as I’ve ever encountered.”
Director of Gaming, Entertainment, and Events
“For The Post, reader experience is of utmost importance, and Arkadium has been a great partner as we work to engage with readers across all platforms. games.washingtonpost.com is one of the most popular parts of our website, and Arkadium has worked hard to help us keep it that way.”