Posted on 20 May 2013.
Oh noes! Layoffs coming to Patch as they get a new CEO. The “streamlining” smells to me a lot like old media. While AOL may try to pawn off their efforts as “grassroots journalism” the people are not stupid. AOL Patch is nothing more than old media slapped with golden paint to try to appear [...]
Posted on 14 May 2013.
The phrase “Citizen Journalism is Dead” has been around since the phrase was first coined. I should probably look up who coined the term, but I’m busy at the moment. At least I’m being transparent and honest, eh? I just wanted to take a moment to let you know that something new is coming soon. [...]
Posted on 13 May 2012.
I love that the URL is facebook.com/GoesPublic and also the timeline image – an infographic – is nice. Overall, kudos to Wall Street Journal for this Facebook page.
Posted on 07 June 2011.
What is the top journalism school in the United States in 2011? That’s a great question. The answer is going to vary depending on who you ask and what criteria they use to decide which university is the best. Personally, I still think Ball State University is one of the top 10 Journalism Schools in [...]
Posted on 25 March 2011.
Great article… Photo Journalism as an Inexpensive Link-Building Tool When I evaluate a method of link-building, I consider cost per link to be an important metric. While I realize that cost per link is limited in that it assumes all links are equal, I think it’s good to consider cost per link when forming a long-term [...]