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Seek An Audience Feedback Hi fellow Seekers, We are actively looking feedback on the site, as we move towards officially launching the community and have it be established for the long term. What are...
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PostUp The only email and audience engagement platform specifically designed for publishers and the publishing busines model. PostUp focuses on tools and strategic services that drive top line revenue for our clients: email audience growth,...
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Parse.ly Parse.ly is a dedicated digital analytics platform and provides digital audience engagement for content-based data products, through their API, Dashboard and data pipeline. They specify it is specifically for data...
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Social Media Publishing Practices AMA With Liam Corcoran from NewsWhip Liam Corcoran is the Head of Communications at NewsWhip, who also regularly writes about social data, the nature of social distribution, and the role of social media in digital journalism...
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Running Successful Live Events on Social Media with Vanessa Wojtusiak Vanessa Wojtusiak is the Director of Audience Development at WTNH-TV, the ABC television affiliate out of New Haven, CT. During her 15-year career in media - spanning radio to apps...
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For Publishers, Why This Week Might be The Best Time to Advertise on Facebook If you're a publisher using Facebook paid distribution to find engaged audiences for your content and bring them to your site, this week - the first week of the month...
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Snap is finally cozying up to influencers after years of neglecting them After years of essentially ignoring influencers, Snapchat finally seems to be cozying up to them. The company announced a series of updates for users on Wednesday, including one called Paperclip that allows...
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Evergage Since 2010, Evergage has bee a real-time personalization platform for digital marketers that are looking to improve visitor engagement, customer experience, and conversion rate optimization. Evergage suggests to drive greater readership and upsell...
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Parse.ly Parse.ly is a dedicated digital analytics platform and provides digital audience engagement for content-based data products, through their API, Dashboard and data pipeline. They specify it is specifically for data...
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Content Blvd Content BLVD is an influencer marketing platform. It aims to help publishers increase the brand awareness of their brand and products through their marketplace which allows you to communicate with...
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Keywee Keywee is a content distribution and measurement platform that helps publishers measure content for driving newsletter signups, awareness, social engagement, and readership. Keywee achieves this in four steps: Scan your...
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Embed.ly Embed.ly is an embed and extraction solution for media content, which allows you to measure engagement and take action for your media and standardize content media embed across 400 providers....
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Effective Measure Effective Measure is an audience measurement company which provides you audience data and insights for the Middle East and South African regions, as a result of their local digital media partnerships....
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Ahrefs Ahrefs is a toolset for SEO and marketing, which allows you to conduct backlink research, organic traffic, keyword research, content marketing research, competitor analysis and more. Publishers can use this...
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Fashion publications team up with Musical.ly Musical.ly, with currently a 200 million user base, of which 64 percent are age 13-24, and 75 percent are female, has for the past few months opened the platform to encourage beauty and style...
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The FT’s approach to effective reader participation Lilah Raptopoulos, the FT's community manager, shares Financial Time's commentary participation and moderation lessons from their recently published series, Management Missing Women and its' strong correlation with user engagement.
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facebook share worth How much is a Facbook ‘Share’ really worth to publishers? Media Shift shared limited research from Kaleida CTO Graham Tackley on his take on the value of a Facebook Share, due to the difficulty in quantifying platform advertising efforts and negotiating...
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How to create infographics and data visualisation using inspect element In many cases, you don’t need to do any data scraping when creating infographics and data visualization. Paul Bradshaw from the Online Journalism Blog shows a brilliant way of using...
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How Political News websites are taking over social media Newswhip's Gabriele Boland has released a whitepaper on the rise of hyper-political publishers on social media, and the lasting effects for mainstream publishers, social media platforms, brands, and readers alike. Data has...
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The Atlantic Global How The Atlantic is planning European expansion Mant U.S. publishers have the ambition to expand overseas, and as such, the Atlantic has decided to establish an office in the UK in order to expand international readership and...
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Sports Publishers Are Getting Buy-In From Brands And Broadcasters Sports fans aren't sitting around for long periods to watch live sports events like they use to; it's all being delivered through the social mobile web. Instead, upstart sports publishers...
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Seek An Audience Feedback Hi fellow Seekers, We are actively looking feedback on the site, as we move towards officially launching the community and have it be established for the long term. What are...
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The Washington Post is diving into augmented reality Audi is sponsoring the first series, which uses Augmented Reality (AR) to let readers explore innovative buildings around the world. The Washington Post is diving into its first series, as...
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Publishers are using Facebook video to drive commerce revenue Facebook’s embrace of video hasn’t done much good for publishers' balance sheets, so some have looked to make it a commerce driver, especially the News Feed algorithms priority on video...
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The Guardian and The New York Times bet on reader subscription based revenue Despite news of incessant layoffs, cost-cutting, and retrenchment, there are occasional bright spots in the media business. Two of those rare moments have already come this month. The first was...
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Wochit And Fresco News Partner to Scale Local News Reach Social video creation platform Wochit and Fresco News, a network connecting mobile journalists to newsrooms worldwide, announced a partnership that will add Fresco's vetted library of crowdsourced news content to...
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More European newspapers are charging for content online “A lot of people in the market are talking about paywalls or free traffic very much from an angle from what is right and what is wrong. Sometimes people think...
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The Atlantic website relaunch has a dense home page design The new homepage redesign for the Atlantic also includes a new video ad unit called IMPACT+ HD, with Sony signing up to be the exclusive launch partner The Atlantic today unveiled a new...
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Cox Media Group launches dynamic paywalls across multiple markets Cox partnered with SAAS provider Marketing G2 in effort to more effectively engage customers and monetize content. ConneXt will improve CMG’s ability to tailor multiple content offer flows to potential subscribers...
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How Commercial and Nonprofit News Partnerships Can Work Together In the last decade, nonprofit news organizations have emerged with a model that depends on creative partnerships. The American Press Institute outlines a four step process on how commercial and nonprofit...
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Facebook is testing products to connect its users to local news As part of its ongoing push to build relationships with local publishers, Facebook is testing products that can help people better connect with local news. Those tests, part of the...
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Facebook Audience Direct: A Test Programmatic Video Bidding Software Facebook is ramping up its publisher-centric strategy by testing a self-serve product powering programmatic direct deals called Audience Direct. In its first iteration, Facebook Audience Direct helps publishers sell their...
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How audiences find articles, by topic: Parse.ly research findings When you’re publishing to Facebook, or tweaking a headline to align with some carefully honed SEO strategy, how closely do you take note of story topic? New research from Parse.ly ...
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7 Ways to Build a Better Ad Package for Sponsors The best thing you can offer in an ad package is exclusivity, although few publishers can. Back in the days of print-only publishing, there was little opportunity to be an...
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Scribd for news? Now at 500,000 subscribers, its targeting journalism By now, the game plan is all-too familiar: Build an enormous library of content, then charge people a small monthly fee for access to it. Spotify did it with music....
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Introduction of An ASO Framework Moritz Daan Emily Grossman, Peter Fodor, and ThomasBCN have produced an ASO framework diagram which shows how you can increase your visibility, conversions, speed up, optimize and promote an app outside of...
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Publishers in a Freelance Market: Reedsy Asks ‘How’s That Working Out for You?’ As more publishers turn to outsourced services, the international freelance marketplace Reedsy looks for pressure points in a new white paper, 'The Lean Publisher'. Emmanuel Nataf, co-founder of  Reedsy who put...
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Google Introduces Cross Channel Attribution, Powers Ads And Analytics With Machine Learning Google has transformed search engine advertising and marketing, but few might have anticipated the move to use machine learning as the core technology to build new services in attribution as...
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Social Media Publishing Practices AMA With Liam Corcoran from NewsWhip Liam Corcoran is the Head of Communications at NewsWhip, who also regularly writes about social data, the nature of social distribution, and the role of social media in digital journalism...
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Engagement Highest On Mondays And Evenings According To A New Analysis Web analytics firm KYA runs software that is used by more than 500 publisher sites. They recently analyzed how users engage with digital news content on those sites, based on a six-month...
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Upcoming Events in Digital Media: June 2017 Beyond Read more of Media Shift's weekly post of upcoming digital media events, from June 2017 and beyond.
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The New York Times Sees Record Newsletter Subscriptions and Open Rates Over the last year, an interdisciplinary team from The Times’s newsroom and product arm have worked together to increase the number of newsletter subscriptions, with impressive results: growth in the...
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New York Times picks an AI moderator over a Public Editor The New York Times announced to its staff on Wednesday that it will immediately eliminate the position of Public Editor at its publication. The role will instead be filled by...
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2017 AP Stylebook The AP has released the 2017 AP Stylebook also includes entries on fake news, a whole new chapter on data journalism with guidance on collecting data, how to evaluate sources, writing...
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How The Economist is Using the UK Election to Drive Subscriptions In the last week, The Economist has grown its pool of prospective subscribers by 5,000 in the U.K. by offering free content. The article mentions how offering free content/tools has...
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Here’s how newsrooms should be rethinking social metrics This week, new research surveying 13,000 people in 13 countries found that social media is now judged to be the most relevant source of information worldwide. 59% cite it as important to their...
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How the State of Local News Varies (and Doesn’t) Around the World This summary on Media is based on a wider discussion, chaired by the author, at the 2017 International Journalism Festival  on “Reimagining local news for the digital age.”
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WikiTribune Meets Funding Goal: What’s Next?, More Funding WikiTribune, a crowdfunded, "evidence-based" publisher created by Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales, published its first story, albeit on another medium, Medium. The story is that WikiTribune has met its goal of...
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The state of mobile advertising Here's a look at the state of mobile advertising with stats from Magna Global, eMarketer and Zenith Media. The major takeaways Mobile-based impressions and clicks are primary growth drivers for...
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Google Chrome browser is going to filter ads from 2018 Google's Chrome browser will automatically filter certain ads starting next year. The new feature will filter out ads that have been deemed "unacceptable" by the Coalition for Better Ads, an industry...
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Optin is suggested to help your newsroom create better email newsletters So you heard that email newsletters are the hot new trend for news organizations looking to reach highly engaged audiences and now you’re thinking of starting one in your newsroom....
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Vice UK and The Telegraph join Snapchat Discover ahead of UK election The Telegraph and Vice UK are launching on Snapchat Discover ahead of the U.K.'s election June 8. Digiday reports that The Telegraph will publish at least a 10-snap story at 5...
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How Gizmodo Media Group finds new verticals to launch Fusion's hardly the first media company to embrace a vertical-focused strategy, but the Gizmodo-led approach, which focuses on volume, is beginning to resonate with advertisers. Other publishers are beginning to...
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Story Chief Story Chief is a content management and distribution tool that allows publishers to take a multi-channel approach in crafting, sharing and collecting leads for stories all under one platform. With...
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The State of Adblocking: With Dan Rua, From Admiral This is a State of Digital Publishing Original, where we had the opportunity and pleasure to speak with Dan Rua, CEO of Adblock Analytics and anti-Adblock platform Admiral. He provided...
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How to Determine Native Advertising Pricing Advertorial, native ad, sponsored content, custom content—tomato, tomahhhto—it’s all a similar scenario: a publisher creates and/or publishes content paid for by a sponsor. Regardless of how we refer to it,...
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How CNN Prepped It’s Video Platform Transition From Flash to HTML5 AdExchanger reveals, how CNN Prepped For the "Flashpocalypse" since Google announced it will stop creating flash ads by the end of June 2017. CNN averages over 464 million video starts...
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NBC News Created Pop-Up Sites To Try Out New Content, Design NBC News wanted to mix up its news coverage to include more “near news”: content someone reads after they get their fix of breaking news and politics – or as...
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Domain spoofing remains an unsolved issue in programmatic advertising The current technology that allows supply-side platforms or demand-side platforms to detect fraudulent domains in real time is very limited. Spoofed domains are not just fake website addresses, they are also...
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CNN International Commercial new Audiences and Data Centre of Excellence CNN International Commercial (CNNIC) is investing in industry-leading data insight, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities as it evolves the way that advertisers can partner with CNN for pan-regional TV...
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Mada Masr, Egypt’s poster child for digital news, begins its foray into a reader-funded model Mada Masr is largely supported by foundations and philanthropy, with 80 percent of its budget provided by grants and around 20 percent coming through other sources of revenue such as...
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4 Latin American Social Video Examples The publishers and media companies using Wochit are an ever-expanding, worldwide group. While social video on Facebook is popular everywhere, it’s even more so in Latin America, leading to highly...
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‘Storyteller-in-chief’: How publishers and brands are inventing celebrity roles Celebrities have long served as the public faces of fashion and beauty brands, but now brands are tapping them for insider roles with mysterious titles like “head of imagination” and...
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Folio: Honors the 2017 Top Women in Media Eighty-five women from across the media space recognized for creativity, achievement, and bringing the industry forward. The post Folio: Honors the 2017 Top Women in Media. Honorees were recognized across...
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A New Model For High-Impact Investigative Reporting The media—and especially nonprofit media—often struggles to measure the impact of its work, wondering whether it’s worth it at all. Most investigative reporting sticks to one gold standard for impact: structural...
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How Swedish startup Kit is using over 200 data points on every story Every time a staffer at the Swedish news startup Kit produces a story — no matter if it’s a Facebook video recipe for avocado hummus or a text story on Kit’s...
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How Verdens Gang Only Norwegian Publisher Uses Snapchat Discover Verdens Gang, Norway’s most-read online news publisher, according to Reuters’ Digital News Report, already reaches over half of the country’s population. Verdens Gang differentiation is local coverage, through narrative stories...
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The Hindustan Times is trying out Twitter bots for live coverage Twitter bots are not just vectors of hate and misinformation, an army of trolls ready to pounce on any heated issue. They can be used for accountability and transparency, to...
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Here’s what you should consider before using a fact-check rating system One of the hallmarks of fact-checking is to demonstrate whether a claim has been corroborated by facts. Many fact-checking organizations use a rating system when they offer a verdict on...
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CNN rolls out a new travel vertical CNN Travel will offer travel recommendations, city guides and food tips as part of an effort to build more hospitable environments for ad partners. CNN Travel will launch using its...
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TrendWatching Social Video Strategy [embed]https://www.facebook.com/trendwatching/videos/10154719715472399/[/embed]   Publisher TrendWatching helps business professionals bring consumer trending insights using a social video strategy like the above. Thoughts? Comment below.
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The 10 secrets to great journalism hidden away in ‘Master of None’ Many of us in journalism talk a lot about creative storytelling. We turn to GIFs and charts, vertical video and embedded tweets. Whilst that might 'make the article look better'...
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cnn-biggest-brand-amongst-international-travellers CNN named most popular news source for business and leisure travellers No other international news media comes close to CNN in engaging with global business and leisure travel audiences, according to the inaugural Media GPS survey, conducted by international research consultancy BDRC Group, which has...
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New to the community? Introduce Yourself Welcome to the Seek An Audience community! We're very excited to have you and hear your digital publishing insights and challenges. Feel free to introduce yourself in this thread. There...
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Running Successful Live Events on Social Media with Vanessa Wojtusiak Vanessa Wojtusiak is the Director of Audience Development at WTNH-TV, the ABC television affiliate out of New Haven, CT. During her 15-year career in media - spanning radio to apps...
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The Times Expands Comments to All Top Stories The Times today announced a major step toward integrating its readers into its report with the introduction of Moderator, a new system that will arm Times comment moderators with machine...
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How USA Today is using custom display ads The publisher of USA Today said the interaction rate on its new ad formats, called Paramount, is seven times higher than the average Moat-measured ad. USA Today have basically reformatted their...
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News Media Alliance launches newspaper digital metrics platform: metricsXchange ‘Until now, there wasn’t a tool for newspaper companies that incorporated relevant metrics for today’s digital news media environment’. The News Media Alliance today announced the launch of its new...
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Snap launches ad tools to lure advertisers (SNAP) Here’s a rundown of each of the two new tools and Snap’s new partner program, which all make it easier to run ads on Snapchat, and should attract more advertisers:...
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IAB Issues New Mobile Marketing Guidelines, Tackles Cross-Device Targeting The guidelines encompass identifiers required for user-level mobile and cross-screen marketing activities, as well as ways to improve ad targeting, measurement, attribution, and relevancy. It also outlines the pros and...
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IPG’s Magna Slashes 2017 Ad Expansion: Cites ‘Slowdown,’ Weak Economic Indicators The U.S. ad economy is expanding at a much slower rate than a leading forecaster projected just three months ago. Magna Global, the market forecasting unit of IPG Mediabrands, this...
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Flexible subscriptions the biggest challenge to building meaningful customer relationships This guest column first appeared as a blog post on the MPP Global website, it has been expanded with additional material, including two slides from the original webinar. The webinar presented...
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Time Inc. launches new social video brand, THE PRETTY Time Inc.  announced today that it has launched THE PRETTY, a social video brand for a millennial and Gen Z audience hungry for beauty content. The brand combines how-tos, hacks,...
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What are the ethics of using AI for journalism? A panel at Columbia tried to tackle that question Journalism is becoming increasingly automated. From the Associated Press using machine learning to write stories to The New York Times’ plans to automate its comment moderation, outlets continue to use...
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What Amazon’s Audience Match Tool Means For Advertisers Amazon on Monday quietly launched a self-serve platform called Advertiser Audiences, which lets advertisers upload their audience lists and CRM information, enabling tactics like audience matching and lookalike modeling. Advertiser...
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Bloomberg Businessweek is cutting down free access to content People will be offered digital-only ($50-$60) or all-access plans ($87) after they hit a four-article-per-month limit. Bloomberg Businessweek is introducing a two-tiered membership model starting today, joining other publishers that...
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[Seeker Original] DC Thomson Launches Enhanced Paid Content Services With MPP Global DC Thomson, one of UK's leading publishers has reported a 36% increase in subscribers since October 2016, as a result of the recent deployment of a new subscription and e-commerce...
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The Financial Times is splitting up video into verticals The FT is going vertical with its video content, making it more appealing for commercial partners. It has moved its video content for FT life into YouTube. The second vertical the...
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7 charts on how small brands can go big on social Social media wins aren’t just for big brands. Small brands can leverage social to create authentic experiences and thriving communities. How can brands thrive on social media, if they’re not wielding...
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Q&A: How Facebook says it is working on the revenue issue for publishers “It’s been a time of incredible change and challenge, from fake news to filter bubbles and debate about our place in the news ecosystem.” That’s how Nick Wrenn, Facebook’s Head...
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Nine Months After Its Launch, Condé Nast Kills Off Style.com Condé Nast has pulled the plug on Style.com and folded it into the e-commerce platform Farfetch. All of the brand’s assets, including its trademark, inventory of merchandise and customer database, now...
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Top UK Publishers are Losing $2.6 Million a Year to Ad Blocking AOP members include Bauer, Condé Nast, Dennis, ESI Media, Global, the Guardian and The Telegraph — the AOP estimates that larger U.K. publishers are losing up to £2 million ($2.6...
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How to Write Winning Facebook Posts The Facebook post has a few different parts and Keywee has identified three most important parts of creating a successful post; The post text, post image, followed by the post...
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Publishers view in platforms’ role in distributed content Whether publishers view platforms’ role in distributed content as helpful or harmful depends on several factors, especially referral traffic, reaching new audiences, and monetization. Senior industry respondents have mentioned that...
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Why Instagram is Sonia Narang’s Favorite Tool Sonia Narang, Multimedia journalist and photographer for PRI's The World and News Deeply explains how Instagram was the perfect tool to get real-time photographs out into the world about how the Nepal...
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The top media publishers on Instagram NewsWhip take a look at the top publishers and media brands on Instagram since 2016. Which news and interest publishers are driving the biggest engagements? In terms of media publishers, compared to...
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How The Times of London grew its registered users to 1.2 million It took six months of tests to refine how to turn a flyby social media reader into one willing to register for access to two free articles. Getting readers to return...
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Kinja, the publishing system at the heart of Gawker, lives on under Univision When Univision bought Gawker Media Group for $135 million in a bankruptcy auction last year, they got a critical piece of technology pretty cheap. Kinja, the publishing system that Gawker...
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Behind the scenes of the first Media Landscapes update in five years Media Landscapes have announced the largest update of their State of Media report, with the release of the 2017 edition. The report consists of expert summaries and analyses of the...
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News apps are making a comeback. More young Americans are paying for news. 2017 is weird. The United States recently elected an unusual president. And to go with the times, Americans are exhibiting some behaviors in media consumption that are, if not unusual, then at least...
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Apple introduces Demographic Metrics in News Publisher, adds two standard ad format sizes Apple today reached out to Apple News publishers to inform them of a number of important changes to the mobile news app, including the introduction of Apple News Format Demographic...
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Snapchat’s new maps feature shows you where your friends are (SNAP) Snapchat is expanding into the world of mapping. A new feature announced on Wednesday called Snap Map will let the app's 166 million users share their locations with each other,...
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Cheatsheet: The state of paying for news Here is a look at the state of paid digital news consumption in the U.S: • 54 percent: Globally, more than half of readers say they see no point in paying for...
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What 25 popular websites used to look like What did LinkedIn look like the first time you visited the site in 2003? How ugly was Yahoo in 1994? We found the earliest versions of some of the most...
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Discover bots and businesses in Messenger Facebook announces v1.1 of the Discover section which enables people to browse and find bots and businesses in Messenger. The roll out is starting today for people in the U.S....
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7 of the best Twitter bots in journalism There are bots that tell the newsroom when the coffee is done, burn copies of President Donald Trump's tweets and randomly add subtitles to pictures from a buoy in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Here are...
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CNN Expands Content Offerings on Amazon Alexa Building on the CNN Skill made available to Amazon Echo, Amazon Tap and Echo Dot owners in 2016, CNN has expanded its offerings on Amazon platforms to include daily ‘Flash...
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Creating Advanced Facebook Custom Audiences Using Google Tag Manager Michael Stelzner, Founder of Social Media Examiner interviewed Chris Mercer, owner of Serious Simple Marketing and the Measurement Marketing Course on creating custom Facebook Audiences using Google Tag Manager. Besides...
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Snapchat expands Discover in France with Vogue, MTV, L’Express and Society Vogue, MTV, L’Express, and Society — are joining Snapchat Discover, increasing the number of media partners there from eight to 12. Lucinda Southern covers some of the internal changes that each...
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Politico is building a community of audience advisers that now numbers about 5,000 News organizations spend a lot of time trying to get their audiences to do things for them: Read our journalism! Come to our events! Pay us money! Generally, newsrooms put less...
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How Bloomberg is proving to advertisers it’s branded content works Bloomberg is partnering with third-party research agency DVJ Insights to supply clients with more metrics associated with brand-building campaigns, like brand association, perception and purchase intent. This is in addition...
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“VR journalism should focus on storyliving, not storytelling” and other insights from Google’s new VR study The VR journalism of tomorrow won’t look much like the video and text-based journalism of today. That’s clear, judging by a new ethnographic study (more on methodology at the bottom...
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Last month, Facebook launched a pilot program with 6 local newsrooms. Here’s how it’s going Last month, a group of local newsrooms began working with Facebook as part of a project by the social media platform to establish stronger ties to local news. Six newsrooms...
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This paper has a text marketing editor (who compares the job to picking people up at a bar) Joseph Lichterman covers how the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung created the text marketing role to coincide with the launch of its digital subscription model, which it calls SZ Plus, in 2015 and...
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Programmatic has become problematic: Here’s what marketers can do about it Programmatic has remained a very popular ad-buying strategy. The programmatic market has been growing at an average rate of 71% per year for the past five years and is projected...
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For Publishers, Why This Week Might be The Best Time to Advertise on Facebook If you're a publisher using Facebook paid distribution to find engaged audiences for your content and bring them to your site, this week - the first week of the month...
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The biggest stories of June: the fast-movers and the slow-burners Matt McAlister from Kaleida, the media research company providing open source data for the media ecosystem, presents the biggest stories of  June on social media. They provide both the top...
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Full Fact is Developing Two New Tools for Automated Fact-Checking Now, with the additional funding, the team is building the two tools, Live and Trends, in a way that can be integrated with how journalists and fact-checkers currently do their...
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SEMRUSH Ranking Factors Study 2017 SEMRUSH 2017 Ranking Factors Report SEMrush is presenting its own Ranking Factors study based on the largest scope of 600,000+ keywords from various local databases. 12 most prominent and controversial factors were chosen to shed...
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City and Regional Magazine Publishers Still Believe in Print A June sponsored survey by Folio: and Cummings Printing indicates that confidence in print advertising remains high. Due to slower adoption of regional magazine publishers and b2b city publishers, print...
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How the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit Reflects the Evolution of Digital Publishing Keith Sibson, ‎VP Product & Marketing at PostUp writes an opinionated piece on how events like the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit reflects the evolution of Digital Publishing conferences that offer the...
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The Economist is helping advertisers find Economist readers off its properties The Economist's conversations with advertisers are pivoting toward how to use its subscriber data to inform a brand’s campaign-targeting objectives outside the publisher's own inventory. The publisher is tapping into...
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The UK’s ‘Academic Book of the Future’ Project: Key Reports Two new reports from the UK's Academic Book of the Future call for stakeholders in academic publishing to formalize their collaboration in order to make advancements and improvements. The challenges...
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Snap is finally cozying up to influencers after years of neglecting them After years of essentially ignoring influencers, Snapchat finally seems to be cozying up to them. The company announced a series of updates for users on Wednesday, including one called Paperclip that allows...
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CrowdTangle Link Checker Tool review from Poytner Ren LaForme and Kristen Hare from Poynter are running their #ToolswithRen session. Today they are featuring CrowdTangle's Link Checker Tool, which allows you to see who has shared your content...
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Apple News looks to simplify the ad serving process Apple plans to allow certain publishers to use their own ad technology to fill ad space on their Apple News content, according to people familiar with the matter cited by AdAge. Publishers can...
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Facebook Begins Global Rollout Of Messenger Ad Program Looking to strengthen another revenue stream, Facebook is expanding its Messenger ad program to businesses around the world. The company is also inviting businesses to monetize Messenger by opening conversations...
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Pushing messaging platforms beyond their boundaries This article prepared by Melody Kramer looks at how to extend the use of push messaging platforms and bots for news organizations, which include: Share behind-the-scenes information from a person...
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The updated ‘Bloomberg Way’ style guide focuses on best practices for data and multiplatform journalism Bloomberg News has published a major update to its meticulous style guide, with a new emphasis on best practices for its data and multi platform journalism. The updated version of "The...
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Why we need to develop the science of content Paul Quigley, founder of NewsWhip provides his vision for taking a data driven approach to content strategy for digital publishers. The steps outlined looks at a multi platform social publishing...
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Facebook Could be Testing a Paywall For Media Stories as Soon as October At the recent Digital Publishing Innovation Summit, Campbell Brown Facebook's Head of New Business Partnerships revealed the launch of a subscription product, as soon as October.   Video Ink's Matt...
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7 Tech-Savvy Newsrooms Embracing New Media Technologies Wibbitz  lists seven of the most innovative newsrooms as of late, along with their most exciting technological initiatives that are changing the way we consume the news: Quartz: Bot Studio...
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Drone journalists get very good news Drone journalists just got some very good news. The FAA says that this year it will begin offering "instant authorization" for drone flights in controlled airspace. It will start what is called Low Altitude...
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Google launches the feed inside its main iOS search app Google has recently launched a feed in their IOS search app which allows you to receive news alerts for specific search topics. It's different from Google News as it allows...
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