We created Spundge to make it easier for individuals and teams to find, share and publish content and expected our Notebooks would appeal to journalists. Not surprisingly, reporters quickly embraced...
Mindy McAdams's insight:
List of eight ways journalists are using Spundge "Notebooks."
“If you’re just starting out in social media and looking for something to make running and measuring your campaigns a bit easier, here are a few of the most widely used and effective social media management and analytics tools available ...”
"These digital media innovations are giving readers unprecedented access to the election. Many of these online features are interactive, contributing to a two-way conversation between journalists and readers and changing the political journalism ballgame."
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