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Vom Finden und Erfinden im Journalismus - Meedia

Vom Finden und Erfinden im Journalismus - Meedia | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Vom Finden und Erfinden im JournalismusMeediaVom Finden und Erfinden im Journalismus. Jonah Lehrer war so etwas wie der Peter Pan - oder passender: mehrfache Goldmedaillengewinner unter den US-Journalisten.
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News Discovery Tools: Slices for Twitter Organizes and Auto-Curates Your News Stream Into Categories

News Discovery Tools: Slices for Twitter Organizes and Auto-Curates Your News Stream Into Categories | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Slices is a news discovery app that allows you to find the news that interest you by "slicing" the Twitter timeline into topic-specific categories, making it much easier to find what you are looking for.


From Pandodaily official review: "Slices offers 21 searchable categories – humor, technology, sports, and so on – that lead you to people and lists to follow. Included among those top-level categories is the “Live Events” option, which allows you to select an event – a football match, say, or a TV show – and follow Tweets from a curated list.

Also of note: "...it synchronizes between mobile devices and the Slices website (slices.me), which means it knows which Tweets you’ve already read, no matter where you access it from.


...The “Timeline Slicer” also outdoes Twitter’s Lists as a way to organize the people you follow into specific categories. They’re easier to set up and easier to access, ..."


Source: Pandodaily


Slices is available on iOS, Android and the Web.



Find out more: https://slices.me/




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Prasanth (WN)'s comment, August 2, 2012 6:57 AM
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I'm still working on it...looks promising.
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Why You Need Content, Search And Social for Online Marketing

Why You Need Content, Search And Social for Online Marketing | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

If you want to be successful in online marketing, you need to make your content, search engine, and social media marketing work together because they play vital roles in the success of each aspect of your online marketing campaign:

 

 

 

Content 

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1) Content Must Be Optimized for Search

2) Content Must Be Promoted with Social

 

 

Search

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1) Search Optimization Requires Great Content

2) Search Can Be Influenced with Social

 

 

Social

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1) Social Needs Content to Survive

2) Social Can Be Optimized for Search

 

Full Article Here: http://blog.iacquire.com/2012/07/30/why-you-need-content-search-and-social-for-successful-online-marketing/


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Fiktionaler Journalismus: Eine Einladung beginnt in der Küche - FAZ - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Fiktionaler Journalismus: Eine Einladung beginnt in der Küche - FAZ - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Fiktionaler Journalismus: Eine Einladung beginnt in der KücheFAZ - Frankfurter Allgemeine ZeitungAndererseits: Wo kommen wir eigentlich hin, wenn jetzt auch noch die letzten deutschen Qualitätsjournalisten auf Journalistenpreise pfeifen?
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Die PR-Branche legt weltweit zu - WirtschaftsBlatt.at

Die PR-Branche legt weltweit zu - WirtschaftsBlatt.at | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Die PR-Branche legt weltweit zuWirtschaftsBlatt.atDie PR-Wirtschaft ist 2011 weltweit um 7,9 Prozent gewachsen, die unabhängigen PR-Agenturen sogar um 10,4 Prozent.
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Journalismus - Mehr Handwerk: Die Recherche kommt

Journalismus - Mehr Handwerk: Die Recherche kommt | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Die Recherche, lange Zeit ein Stiefkind des deutschen Journalismus, findet nur mühsam zu entsprechender Anerkennung.
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Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25 - NextGen Journal

Why Every Social Media Manager Should Be Under 25 - NextGen Journal | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
No one else will ever be able to have as clear an understanding of social media as our generation, no matter how much they think they do.

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Create Interactive Stories With New Four Dimensional Storytelling Tool: Meograph

Create Interactive Stories With New Four Dimensional Storytelling Tool: Meograph | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

From official website:

"Meograph helps easily create, watch, and share interactive stories. Our first product combines maps, timeline, links, and multimedia to tell stories in context of where and when.

 

Viewers get a new form of media that they can watch in two minutes or explore for an hour. Sharing is easy: the two most viral types of media are videos and infographics ... Meograph is both."

 

 

From review by Mashable:

"Founder Misha Leybovich invisions Meograph to be a great product for journalists, educators and people looking to share travel stories.

 

The tool uses Google Earth and a timeline interface to show where and when events in a story unfolded.

 

You can now create your own 4D story, by adding events, links, photos and video. You can then embed your Meograph creation on any site or social network.

 

As of launch, you can only create Meograph stories using Google Chrome, though you can view a finished product in any browser..."

 

 

Try out it here: http://www.meograph.com

 

Watch demo: http://www.meograph.com/demo

 

Article by Mashable: http://mashable.com/2012/07/23/meograph/

 

(Image Credit: Mashable http://j.mp/NTrY8O)


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How to Manage Your Social Media Channels [Infographic]

How to Manage Your Social Media Channels [Infographic] | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

This piece was posted by Mai Bruun Poulsen on Mindjumpers

 

It is always important to draw up guidelines for how to manage your social media channels - both for the everyday community management and if your brand changes...

 

Here is what you'll get in this article and infographic:

 

A quick and easy-to-use guide to stay on track in social media

 

Great tips on what you must keep in mind as a community manager

 

Post valuable content only, focus on providing value for you audience - is your content a reflection of your brand promise? Are you informing, engaging, listening, educating?

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 

See article and Infographic here: [http://bit.ly/SRYQSx]

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Cool infographic and I agree with Jan's notes. Picked this up from a new source to me, a new source wiht a cool name Annie Infinite. Like it :). M


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Nachrichtenagenturen profitieren von Zusatzgeschäften: Auf einen Deal mit Mercedes - taz.de

Nachrichtenagenturen profitieren von Zusatzgeschäften: Auf einen Deal mit Mercedes - taz.de | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Was haben unabhängige Nachrichtenagenturen mit Autobauern zu tun? Zusatzgeschäfte mit Audi und BMW bringen viel Geld ein und gefährden die Vielfalt traditioneller Nachrichten.

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Data Curation as Digital Preservation of Documents and Electronic Artifacts: Key Reference Resources

Data Curation as Digital Preservation of Documents and Electronic Artifacts: Key Reference Resources | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Data (or Digital) Curation, is an academic/scientific discipline dedicated to preserve, organize and collect digital documents and other electronic artifacts for archival, re-use and repurposing objectives.


Check: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_curation and

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_curation


The importance of Data Curation can be easily underestimated as it may appear, to the casual viewer, as an arid, tedious document archival job.


In reality, Digital Curation efforts are of great value to the preservation of important cultural documents and data for future researchers who will want to access, in some organized way, the data-information-artifacts of our time. In addition, the data curation practices and guidelines developed by academic and research institutions can also be of value and inspiration to other types of curation work, that may adopt, emulate or innovate upon them.

If you are interested in learning more about Data/Digital Curation and in identifying the key organizations in this space, here is a good shortlist for you, thanks to the kind work of Kevin "the Librarian" Read:




Useful. 7/10


Source: http://kevinthelibrarian.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/an-introduction-to-the-data-curation-lifecycle-model-where-do-librarians-fit-in/





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How Social Are The Fortune 500 CEOs? | The presence on Social Media

How Social Are The Fortune 500 CEOs? | The presence on Social Media | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

This is great research by CEO.com on the social presence and activity of the CEOs listed in the Fortune 500.


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Blogs statt Facebook? Über Content-Strategien und die Früchte des Zufalls

Blogs statt Facebook? Über Content-Strategien und die Früchte des Zufalls | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

"“Vergessen Sie Facebook”, so der Ratschlag des Beraters Klaus Eck in seinem Beitrag “Warum das Corporate Blogging besser als Facebook ist”. Zielgruppen erreiche man auch über das Bloggen."

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Leser empfehlen auf... Die Facebook-Twitter-Presseschau

Leser empfehlen auf... Die Facebook-Twitter-Presseschau | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

"Facebook-Twitter-Presseschau auf Süddeutsche.de - Wir zeigen die beliebtesten Artikel deutsch- und englischsprachiger Nachrichtenseiten im Internet."

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Diese Faktoren machen Ihre PR erfolgreich | PR-Doktor

Diese Faktoren machen Ihre PR erfolgreich | PR-Doktor | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Zehn Prozent Inspiration, 90 Prozent Transpiration: Das gilt auch in der PR. Der “Insider-Trick” für PR-Erfolg lautet: Fachwissen, Erfahrung, viel Arbeit.

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PR für Start-ups: Annemarie Dyckers von Weissenbach PR » Der ...

PR für Start-ups: Annemarie Dyckers von Weissenbach PR » Der ... | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Annemarie Dyckers von der Agentur Weissenbach PR erklärt, worauf es bei der PR für Start-ups ankommt und wie Sie die richtige Agentur auswählen.
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Social Media in Unternehmen Wie das Web 2.0 Machtstrukturen ändert - sueddeutsche.de

Social Media in Unternehmen Wie das Web 2.0 Machtstrukturen ändert - sueddeutsche.de | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it
Social Media in Unternehmen Wie das Web 2.0 Machtstrukturen ändertsueddeutsche.deIn der Früh, nachdem sie ihren Rechner hochgefahren hat, schaut Laura Fischer als erstes im Teamraum vorbei. Allerdings nicht persönlich.
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Personal News Curation: A Reference Guide To The Present, That's What Journalism Could Be

Personal News Curation: A Reference Guide To The Present, That's What Journalism Could Be | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you want to question your well-established assumptions about how we may want to satisfy our insatiable craving for news in the age of filters, algorithms and personalization, this is an article I highly recommend you to read.


Jonathan Stray, on NiemanLab, looks into a tough question: assuming we really need to keep ourselves updated via the news, in this age of superabundance of information, "who should see, what, when?".


In his effort, he does an excellent job of clarifying two very critical points, that both journalists and media tend to easily overlook when they try to look at the future of news journalism and its business models:


1) There is more than one audience.
The internet is not about broadcasting to a mass audience, but rather a medium to precisely intercept a group of people characterized by a common interest or by an issue that affects them.


2) The news isn't just what's new.

"...journalism came to believe that only new events deserved attention, and that consuming small, daily, incremental updates is the best way to stay informed about the world.


It’s not.


Piecemeal updates don’t work for complex stories.


Wikipedia rapidly filled the explanatory gap, and the journalism profession is now rediscovering the explainer and figuring out how to give people the context they need to understand the news."


Indeed the context and the level of personalization does determine the usefulness and value of any news service to its end users. Thus,

as he rightly writes, "Journalism could be a reference guide to the present, not just a stream of real-time events." and it is hard not to agree with such a vision.


Mr Stray suggests then the use of three specific criteria to identify which news we should be exposed to. He writes: "Three key words should determine who gets served what: Interest, effects, and agency" and then provides a detailed explanation of the "why" behind these.


Finally, he goes on to suggest that: "...we’ll need a combination of human curators, social media, and sophisticated filtering algorithms to make personalized feeds possible for everyone.


Yet the people working on news personalization systems have mostly been technologists who have viewed story selection as a sort of clickthrough-optimization problem.


If we believe that news has a civic role — that it is something at least somewhat distinct from entertainment and has purposes other than making money — then we need more principled answers to the question of who should see what when."


I agree wholeheartedly.


Must read. 9/10


Full article: http://www.niemanlab.org/2012/07/who-should-see-what-when-three-principles-for-personalized-news/


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Thanks Robin, enjoed reading this!
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News Discovery Tools: The RSS Feed Search Engine

News Discovery Tools: The RSS Feed Search Engine | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you are looking for new RSS feeds of quality news sources to curate your own newsradar, the RSS Search Engine by Digital Inspiration may come to the rescue.

This free and easy to use RSS search engine, makes it very easy to search for your preferred keywords-keyphrases and it spits out instantly a selection of ten RSS feeds covering, at least in part, that very topic.


From the official site: "The RSS search engine will help you discover the most popular feeds on the web around your favorite topics. You may find blogs, news websites, podcasts, Twitter accounts and more."

Try it out now: http://ctrlq.org/rss/  




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Why Scoopit Rocks II [Pictures] ScentTrail Marketing

Why Scoopit Rocks II [Pictures] ScentTrail Marketing | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Scoop.it Rocks Because:

* SEO Power.
* More & More, Faster and Faster, Better and Better.

* Community.

* Management & Development Team.
* Metcalfe Network Effect.
* Bridges Content / Commerce Better Than Facebook.

If you aren't using Scoop.it yet hope I compete against you :). M


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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, July 26, 2012 12:09 AM
Thanks Gerrit. Lost track of you now that you've shot up the leaderboard. Always appreciate your support. Marty
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Thanks for the Rescoop Don. Marty
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Thanks Mike was thinking about you and our book when I write that. Have a great weekend. Marty
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Social Media and the Future

These are slides from Ross Dawson's keynote at Australian CIO Summit on July 24, 2012, which took place today. This slideshare gives you a glimpse into the future, from where we've been, where we're headed from his perspective.


Very interesting!

 

 Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"


See slideshare here: [http://slidesha.re/LLl0AO]


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janlgordon's comment, July 24, 2012 6:57 PM
Thank you for your kind words John van den Brink and for all your continuous support, I appreciate you!!
Alessio Manca's comment, July 25, 2012 6:36 AM
Fantastic!
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Internet Marketing Secrets - Taxonomy, SEO and Scoopit

Internet Marketing Secrets - Taxonomy, SEO and Scoopit | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Wrote this post on ScentTrail after Guillaume Decugis asked me a simple question. Had to prove there are no simple questions in Internet marketing (lol). I started trying to set a record for words in a comment box and then realized I needed to move to a ScentTrail Marketing post. The post outlines how Scoop.it is better equiped to cross the Content / Commerce Rubicon than any tool I've seen or worked with. A few tweaks to the UI, exposing the analytics to visitors and, grafting ecommerce easily into the engine solves the impossible and seemingly mutually exclusive. 

Ecommerce is just another series of scoops:

  • Products
  • L2 Subcategories
  • Sale Area
  • Reviews and other "tribal" "like me" content.
  • Search

Add those features or just partner with Shopify or Magento Go and leave holes for the content in those great template based ecommerce partners and Scoop.it is the first to cross a big river. Hope so and hope I helped in some small way. This post may be ineresting to read if you want to see how I make decisions about commerce and content.

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Ein Hoch auf das Sommerloch! « Die MEDIENWOCHE – Das digitale Medienmagazin

Ein Hoch auf das Sommerloch! « Die MEDIENWOCHE – Das digitale Medienmagazin | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

"Das Sommerloch ist ein Glücksfall für den Journalismus. Selten berichten Medien entspannter und hintergründiger. Aus einem einfachen Grund: Sie haben Zeit, können in der Berichterstattung eigenständige Akzente setzen und müssen nicht im Hamsterrad Aktualitäten abspulen."

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Content Curation: From Information To Knowledge [Video]

Robin Good: Start this video clip at 1':42" (up to 3':30") and you can get a pretty good idea of what a content curator does and why what he does has so much to do with sense-making, making things understandable for others and ultimately extracting contextualized "meaning" from information "as is".


Must-see. Excellent. 9/10



P.S.: Thanks to Howard Rheingold for spotting this clip and sharing it.


Original clip: http://youtu.be/A625Yh6v6uQ




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Beth Kanter's comment, July 22, 2012 4:37 PM
Had to scoop this with a meta commentary on your curation technique!! Thanks for a great example of great curation in action
Robin Good's comment, July 23, 2012 1:15 AM
Thank you Beth.
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Thank you Robin Good and Howard Rhinegold for bringing this to my attention, it's excellent!
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Critical Aspects of Content Curation In The Newsroom: Link and Attribution Are Essential - Steve Buttry

Critical Aspects of Content Curation In The Newsroom: Link and Attribution Are Essential - Steve Buttry | MEDIACLUB | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Steve Buttry, who has already written several articles on content curation (see the end of his original article), just published this in-depth essay celebrating the launch of a new curation team at Digital First Media and pointing to many of the critical factors neeeded for a content / news curator to be effective.


He covers a lot ground while giving a particular emphasis to the importance of linking and attribution. He writes: "Where you can’t learn much about the source of content you’re curating, consider crowdsourcing the question: Note the name and organization, tell readers what you’ve found and that you’re continuing research and ask them what they know about the source.


Where the source of online content is unclear, you should be clear about what you know and where you found the material."


and...


"Sometimes the name of a person or organization is not sufficient attribution.


If the person or organization is not well-known, do a little research (Google will provide quick answers in many cases; sometimes an “about us” page will help).


Especially in political content, you want to note whether you are linking to partisan sources. A liberal or conservative think tank or political action committee is an entirely different kind of source from a professional media outlet or an independent fact-checking site."


Steve Buttry also includes some valuable key guidelines on "how to add value" when curating content and suggests several types of curation approaches that can be used in the newsroom.


Good advice on curation and practical tips. 8/10


Full article: http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/curation-techniques-types-and-tips/


(Image credit: Shutterstock http://tinyurl.com/crw65b4)



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Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, July 20, 2012 2:43 PM
Hi Robin,
in this period I am busy, and I have no time to discover news and curate my topic.
Thank you so much for your great curation!