Tag Archives: Journalism

The Thin Line Between Journalism and Commercialism

Steve Masters — July 20, 2018 Follow @masterstips — July 20, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Websites that accept guest posts might need to rethink their editorial policies, now that the internet is populated by many bloggers who are charging fees for exposure. This phenomenon was highlighted by a Buzzfeed News article, which investigated the activities … Continue reading The Thin Line Between Journalism and Commercialism

Fixing Facebook: A “Better” Newsfeed and a Chance for Journalism

Joao Romao — January 26, 2018 Follow @joaoromaolx — January 26, 2018 Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Goals. We’ve been writing about Facebook’s constant changes to its newsfeed. We’ve been advising how to survive the reach crush, the dangers (and unsustainability) of the clickbait culture, why understanding how Facebook works is tough and even some tests with … Continue reading Fixing Facebook: A “Better” Newsfeed and a Chance for Journalism

Local journalism, meet branded content: What the decline in print means for brands

Yes, print news consumption is in a funk, but columnist Megan Hannay explains how journalists and brands can actually help each other. Megan Hannay on August 17, 2016   With each new issue, “all the news that’s fit to print,” the famous New York Times slogan, comes closer to an anachronism. Earlier this year, Pew … Continue reading Local journalism, meet branded content: What the decline in print means for brands

Journalism Ethics Guidelines To Make You An A-List Blogger

Priya Florence ShahSeptember 10, 2015 “Want shares and links? Create deep research or opinion-forming content,” says a new study jointly conducted by BuzzSumo and Moz. Having had some training and background in journalism, it made me happy to know that the content sweet spot for achieving both links and shares online is “authoritative, opinion shaping … Continue reading Journalism Ethics Guidelines To Make You An A-List Blogger