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SEPTEMBER 29, 2011 [2002, 2011] Return of the Editor: Why Human Filters are the Future of the Web
Google seems to have taken note: the search giant launched its aggregate Google News feed in 2002, boasting no human intervention. As Google increasingly tracks our tastes via likes and clicks, serving us information and ads accordingly, it’s interesting to note the Drudge Report drives more than double the daily referral traffic to content sites than Facebook and Twitter combined. National Magazine Awards 2011. Webby Awards 2011. About. Newsletter. Events.
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MARCH 15, 2011 [2002, 2011] The Twisted Psychology of Bloggers vs. Journalists
Pressthink Home About Bio FAQ Recommended Talks The Twisted Psychology of Bloggers vs. Journalists: My Talk at South By Southwest March 12th, 2011 by Jay Rosen This is what I said at South by Southwest in Austin, March 12, 2011. I don’t buy into the widespread delusion that legions of bloggers, compulsive twitterers or facebookers amount to a replacement for traditional journalism. Twitter and Facebook are hugely powerful as distributors of news. März 2011 bis So, 13.
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JANUARY 10, 2011 [2002, 2011] Microblogging & the Growth of Crowdsourced SEO
877.298.4680 Contact Us On Facebook On Twitter Subscribe Client Billing Center Client Project Center Microblogging & the Growth of Crowdsourced SEO December 21st, 2010 by Loren Baker ( See 5 more posts by Loren ) Share Over the past year or so, I’ve noticed a particular trend, especially when speaking or holding conferences. Social Media = Social Proof What Facebook , Twitter and to a certain extent, Tumblr , now do is bring authenticity to the content.