There is a lot of talk about content marketing, but what about a content strategy? The sad reality is that users don’t have the time read all the content marketers want them to read, but there are some things brands can do to ensure their content is maximized. RULE #1: DESIGN FOR THE MULTISCREEN REALITY- . While … Continue reading "What do users want in content?"
News organizations must treat reader comments with the same level of consideration that they treat their own stories, New York Times community editor Bassey Etim said today speaking on a panel at this year's Computation + Journalism Symposium at Columbia University.
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Memories of the last tech bubble, when big companies worried about being “dotcommed” by internet start-ups that wanted to take their trade, have faded. Instead businesses now fear being “Uber-ed”. From taxi drivers to television networks, from
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