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Ten things every freelance journalist should know | Editors' Blog | Journalism.co.uk

Ten things every freelance journalist should know | Editors' Blog | Journalism.co.uk | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Top tips and advice for freelancer journalists on National Freelancers' Day (RT @journalismnews: 10 things every freelance journalist should know http://t.co/LFCPOf07 #freelanceday...)...
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Insight into journalism: writing styles - The Guardian

Insight into journalism: writing styles - The Guardian | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
The GuardianInsight into journalism: writing stylesThe GuardianTo book your place please click on the booking form below and complete and send with remittance to: Insight into journalism – writing styles booking form Education Centre Guardian News...
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The Guardian International Development Journalism Competition 2011 | International Development Journalism competition | The Guardian

The Guardian International Development Journalism Competition 2011 | International Development Journalism competition | The Guardian | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
The Guardian International Development Journalism competition 2011 aims to highlight some of the crucial issues facing the developing world.
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All the easiest ways to search old tweets

All the easiest ways to search old tweets | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Update: There is no free search product that is 100% reliable. Even just trying to see tweets written to you on a day-to-day basis can be problematic. Also, read about how, in July, 2011, Twitter changed how search works.

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Twitter’s default search only goes back a week—if that—and often chokes on multiple keyword searches. Fortunately, there ARE many great alternatives, and I’ve included a chart comparing the nine top tweet search engines below. For example, Topsy lets you search all the way back to May, 2008. Here are links to each of the nine (plus a few extra ones), in order of what I’ve found most useful to least useful for general tweet searches (however, some are powerful in other ways)):

TwimeMachineSnapBirdTopsyThe Archivist (a service that lets you search Twitter for Tweets. Then you can create an archive, view it as a spreadsheet or download a .zip file and analyze, export and share the tweets. It displays some stat charts about the tweets.)TweetBoardGoogle Tweet Search with date optionGoogle Realtime Search Update: Google has cancelled this service after coming out with their own social networkTweetScanBackTweetsFriendFeedTwitter Advanced SearchSocial Searching (claims search years back in Twitter or Facebook, doesn’t always work) http://chirpcity.com searches local, city and keyword based trends and tweets.Research.ly announces you can access up to 1,000 days of Twitter conversations: http://bit.ly/hVxcbN


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