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DECEMBER 13, 2009 Content Farms: Why Media, Blogs & Google Should Be Worried
TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington also riffs on this theme , mentioning AOL's "Toyota Strategy of building thousand of niche content sites via the work of cast-offs from old media" and quoting a Wired piece on Demand Media from October. Both of those two companies are now firmly inside the top 20 Web properties in the U.S.
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SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 Should Journalism Schools Rethink Magazines? (Or Even Journalism Itself?)
Last week, Susan Currie Sivek wrote about how magazine programs within journalism schools are increasingly giving up on traditional magazines—or as she less cynically puts it, how they are teaching beyond the magazine. It’s the right direction for J schools to take. But does it go far enough? Related posts: Is B2B Ready for Corporate Journalism?
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JUNE 23, 2009 How to Suck Up to a Blogger
was vaguely uncomfortable reading it, and saw similar reaction from Michael Arrington and Om Malik. Om Malik and Michael Arrington disagree. Om Malik and Michael Arrington disagree. How to Change the World A practical blog for impractical people. It used to be that ink begat buzz. Nowadays buzz begets ink.
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JUNE 23, 2009 Top Ten Things You Can Do To Get Blogged
reply Michael Arrington ( @arrington ) - September 8th, 2005 at 5:13 pm PDT James, These are fair points. companies. Finding and experiencing what new companies have to offer is exciting for us. It what gets us up in the morning. We are honestly deeply passionate about this stuff. further along. “Well is boring.
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WWW.CHRISBROGAN.COM What I Want PR and Marketing Professionals To Know
| TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2009
I’m definitely not the same as Michael Arrington
at TechCrunch. even arrington
talked about it at startup school. I’m writing to you as part of this new version of media, one blogger not paid to blog, not working for a newspaper or magazine outlet, not especially beholden to the traditions that have come before. MORE >>
BLOG.IDIOMAG.COM idiomag » Blog Archive » The 3 social filters
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These are people I trust, because they have positions of credibility ( Mossberg @ the WSJ ), expertise based on experience and success ( Paul Graham ), or a reputation formed from a large following ( Michael Arrington
). Since we areÂ already developing a solid algorithmic approach, I have had a think about theÂ social side of things. MORE >>
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