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Snip.it also tries to give Delicious a run for its money in content curation

Snip.it also tries to give Delicious a run for its money in content curation | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
With all of the information out on the web that you share everyday, curation is becoming a hot space. ReadWriteWeb reports on a new service founded by former TellMe senior engineer ...
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Eat Your Vegetables: The Future of Journalism

Eat Your Vegetables: The Future of Journalism | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
With the fast adoption of the Internet as a tool for the dissemination of information, and with the increasing use of social media by, well, almost everyone, it has become quite clear that journali...
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La Presse + : virage numérique avec 55% de journalistes en plus !

La Presse + : virage numérique avec 55% de journalistes en plus ! | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
Vous en connaissez beaucoup des rédactions de journaux qui, ces six derniers mois, sont passées de 225 à 350 journalistes ? Et sans faire payer le lecteur ? J’en ai rencontré une à Montréal : celle...
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What newsrooms can learn from open-source and maker culture

What newsrooms can learn from open-source and maker culture | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
...and why they could be the keys to innovating both the business and the system of journalism.
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NYTimes Shores Up Paywall for Mobile Apps - TechnoBuffalo

NYTimes Shores Up Paywall for Mobile Apps - TechnoBuffalo | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
Journalism.co.uk (blog) NYTimes Shores Up Paywall for Mobile Apps TechnoBuffalo The New YorkTimes paywall for the paper's mobile app will further limit the number of articles readers can access for free starting on June 27, the company announced on...
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Inside Forbes: The Rise of the Entrepreneurial Journalist in a World Seeking ... - Forbes

Inside Forbes: The Rise of the Entrepreneurial Journalist in a World Seeking ... - Forbes | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
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Content is everywhere, produced by everyone, not just those who own the presses or control the airwaves or cables.
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The New SEO Rules in a Content Marketing World

The New SEO Rules in a Content Marketing World | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it

Five years ago, SEO was all the buzz. Today, it has shifted to "content marketing," which aims to create stories humans want to read and engage with. - The above chart is a good summary of this trend.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, October 29, 2013 6:58 PM

This one slide alone summarizes the major trend of these past few years.


In other words, Social Media is becoming the new SEO. 


This has at least 2 consequences for Content Marketers:


1. Content Marketing is becoming more and more important: companies can't use old fashion backlinking techniques anymore.


2. Content needs to be shareable and target humans - not robots. In particular content curators who will amplify their content impact by adding the right context to the right audience.

Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, October 30, 2013 4:33 PM

This is a good visual to explain the importance of good content.

Neil Ferree's comment, October 31, 2013 8:19 AM
Social Shares is the New SEO. Sure, links let the bots know there are other sites (authors) who find your content useful but when someone publically "shares" your content with their social connections, this social signals evokes trust in the author's content and authority.
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The Importance of Storytelling in a Digital World: Or, What the Digital Humanities can learn from TED

The Importance of Storytelling in a Digital World: Or, What the Digital Humanities can learn from TED | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
This is a copy of my paper from the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 2012 Conference. Since I signed up for a 10 minute paper, I left a lot on the cutting room floor. In the coming weeks...
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García Media | It’s a new website rethink for USA TODAY, too

García Media | It’s a new website rethink for USA TODAY, too | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
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What newsrooms can learn from open-source and maker culture

What newsrooms can learn from open-source and maker culture | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
...and why they could be the keys to innovating both the business and the system of journalism.

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Free news is unsustainable: Buffett

Free news is unsustainable: Buffett | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
Free news is unsustainable: Buffett...

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Future's T3 explains iPad app success, admits Android is a slow burner

Future's T3 explains iPad app success, admits Android is a slow burner | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
London, England – Dave Hicks is the tablet edition art director behind the iPad app from UK tech magazine T3, and he today revealed the secrets being the success of the iPad app, even though he admits that the future of the Android version could be...
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Journalists and the Mobile Revolution

Journalists and the Mobile Revolution | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
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If you have news, it will be aggregated and/or curated

If you have news, it will be aggregated and/or curated | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
One thing that becomes clear from the latest Pew report on the state of media is just how big a role aggregators -- both human and machine-powered -- are playing in news consumption.
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Can La Presse save the newspaper industry by doing everything wrong?

Can La Presse save the newspaper industry by doing everything wrong? | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
The newspaper industry is dying. The data is conclusive. As baby boomers die off, so will the business model of the daily newspaper, and there's no way to stop it. As someone who works for a daily ...
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Why a Canadian newspaper invested a 'meagre' $40m in free app | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Why a Canadian newspaper invested a 'meagre' $40m in free app | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
La Presse invested millions in an iPad app it does not charge readers to read as 'news available free of charge is an irreversible phenomenon'
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You Won’t Finish This Article

You Won’t Finish This Article | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
I’m going to keep this brief, because you’re not going to stick around for long. I’ve already lost a bunch of you. For every 161 people who landed on this page, about 61 of you—38 percent—are already gone.

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Terry Patterson's comment, July 20, 2013 9:37 AM
See Brian, there is no "cut off" for good articles, just user ability and interest to finish the read... yes, the medium helps (in your case you mentioned "listen") whatever works. In any case, believing that a user won't read an article because it is too long is a fallacy. Someone who believes that simply is not understanding their audience and not giving them what they need and how they need it in digital format.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:07 PM
As platforms change for content exposure with filters such as curation, on site like Scoop.it, writers need to remember that their readers may be looking for more information than a brief 500 word article because they have clicked through from a filtered source, not a random Google search.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:14 PM
Terry, when I look an article written by someone like Avinash Kaushik, I know that what I'm going to read is well thought out with sources to back it up. Not just something written as Google bait. eg. http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/analytics-tips-improve-search-social-compound-metrics/
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This study suggests tablet magazines will beat print editions by 2020

This study suggests tablet magazines will beat print editions by 2020 | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
The printed magazine is on its way out and the tablet edition will soon take over, according to a new report by The Mequoda Group.

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Mobile marketing statistics 2013

Mobile marketing statistics 2013 | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
Statistics on mobile usage and adoption to inform your mobile marketing strategy "Mobile to overtake fixed Internet access by 2014" was the big headline f. Marketing topic(s):Mobile marketing analytics.

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Personalisation is the next step for student media | Wannabe Hacks

Personalisation is the next step for student media | Wannabe Hacks | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
With apps and personalisation taking over, it could be the next step for student media...
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Apple Newsstand Revenue Quadrupled Since Launch; iPad Revenue 3x That Of iPhone | TechCrunch

Apple Newsstand Revenue Quadrupled Since Launch; iPad Revenue 3x That Of iPhone | TechCrunch | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
In advance of the expected new iPhone launch taking place on September 12th, app analytics firm App Annie has taken a look at some of the traction Apple's Newsstand is seeing in terms of both revenue and downloads.
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Mobile users still prefer trusted professional journalism | RJI

Mobile users still prefer trusted professional journalism | RJI | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
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Don't think of it as content, think of it as information

Don't think of it as content, think of it as information | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it

"In order to benefit from digital media and the disruption created by the social web, content companies and publishers have to think differently about what they do, John Borthwick of Betaworks told attendees at paidContent 2012 in New York on Wednesday"


Why? Because thinking about it as information puts more focus on the value or the service rendered to consumers.


Interesting read.


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Is Forbes the model for a digital-first media entity?

Is Forbes the model for a digital-first media entity? | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
Forbes has been reinventing itself ever since it acquired Lewis DVorkin's media startup in 2010 -- and while there have been some stumbles, the magazine has shown how a traditional media entity can take advantage of the social web and the way that...
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Is Philanthropy Print Journalism's Last Hope?

Is Philanthropy Print Journalism's Last Hope? | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
The Ford Foundation recently pledged $1.04 million to Los Angeles' struggling daily. We might be looking at the future of newspapers.

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The Verge interview: David Carr on curation, crowdsourcing, and the future of journalism

The Verge interview: David Carr on curation, crowdsourcing, and the future of journalism | Digital Newspapers | Scoop.it
The Verge is a technology-focused news publication founded in 2011 by Joshua Topolsky and Marty Moe in partnership with Vox Media and its CEO Jim Bankoff.
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Guardian open journalism: Three Little Pigs advert - video

This advert for the Guardian's open journalism imagines how we might cover the story of the Three Little Pigs in print and online...
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