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Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:
HGTV Taps Examiner.com Content Creation Engine   —  The evolution of social media continues to spawn new business models that suggest advertisers just need to let go.  Similar to AOL and Yahoo, Examiner.com recently began pushing a content social model where brands sign on to advertise …
Dec 27, 2010, 7:00 PM - In context

Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
Reuters America Claims New Territory; First Stop, Chicago & Tribune   —  On the surface, it looks like the tale of new bedfellows, Reuters and Tribune, has a couple of great storylines.  Number one would be that Reuters, the Brit insurgent, having rallied its forces makes another foray into the U.S. market.
Dec 14, 2010, 5:25 AM - In context

Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Examiner.com is World's Largest ‘News’ Organization with 67,000 Writers Under Contract in the U.S. — Inks Content Deal with Reuters  —  While not a conventional news organization, Denver-based Examiner.com may be the world's largest by the sheer size of its writing stable and the amount of content being produced.
Dec 14, 2010, 1:15 AM - In context

Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
Did Techcrunch Take Down Its Unconfirmed Google Sexual-Assault Story?   —  Whether it's publishing stolen business plans or breaking publicist embargoes, Techcrunch is notorious for its take-no-prisoners approach to online journalism.  —  But the audacious blog may have lost its nerve amid …
Nov 7, 2010, 3:05 AM - In context

Did Digg game its own system to benefit publisher partners?   —  Digg recently published a blog post titled “Digg's Algorithmic Mystery Tour” on October, 15th.  While a Digg blog post is a normal thing, a post about the algorithm was very surprising to me.  Why did Digg, which never bothers …
Oct 26, 2010, 12:10 PM - In context

Examiner.com Execs Push for Quality, Refute ‘Content Farm’ Tag   —  Journalists love to categorize, generalize and put everything into easily digestible chunks of information.  But in our quest to explain something in simple terms, we also can oversimplify things.
Oct 7, 2010, 5:00 PM - In context

Rick Edmonds / Poynter Onilne:
In Hyperlocal News, Where's the Urgency?   —  Not to get all Newtonian, but let me propose Edmonds' Law of Inverse Urgency: the more local or hyperlocal the news, the less important it is to get it right away.  —  I would keep these musings to myself, except that ventures like AOL's Patch …
Sep 17, 2010, 4:00 PM - In context

Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
Nine Questions on Patch's New Push: National Hyperlocal?, SEO Sauces, and the Case of the Besieged Florist   —  It's Patch day in the news news world, as AOL formally announces the expansion of its network of local sites.  It's really a ratification of what we've been hearing …
Aug 17, 2010, 2:40 PM - In context

Mike Shields / Mediaweek:
Fox News' Digital Divide   —  Dominant cable news net's site lags rival CNN.com.  Why?  —  In the cable TV news world, Fox News Channel is a force to be reckoned with.  So why does the network continually get its digital clock cleaned—by CNN, of all rivals?
Aug 8, 2010, 9:30 PM - In context

Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
Google, Content Farms & Why This May Be Blekko's Moment   —  At the beginning of Google's “Searchology” event in early 2007 original Google employee Craig Silverstein opined, “If Google had started a year or two earlier, it wouldn't have worked.”  That's because prior to that time (1998) …
Jul 26, 2010, 7:30 PM - In context




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