What is more frustrating to me than a lack of solid content categorization is that there is no single CMS out there that allows you to indicate follow-ups, updates, series, retractions, corrections and responses. Now that would be interesting metadata and it’d really allow us… Continue reading →
Facebook To Launch A Subscribe Button For Websites. “It’s like RSS, except Facebook gets to own you and your subscribers.” — Les Orchard. For publishers, please see exhibit A, exhibit B, and exhibit C.
Journalistic entities are moving towards becoming product companies, offering products that turn content into marketing. As a side effect, this creates businesses that follow Jack White’s theory of control: vertically integrated, creating content that markets a product that markets the content that markets the product… Continue reading →
Give me a strategy and I’ll show you a success. Stijn outlines a smattering of the different ways publications are approaching their niche.
What if your writing interface auto-recognized your markup and offered to translate it into HTML when you’re ready to publish?
Quick set of notes from Chris Murray’s 3:30 pm session at WordCamp Boston.
Hyperlocal Post-Mortem: Lessons Learned From InJersey. Fantastic pragmatic takeaways from Ted Mann. Highlights: local advertisers don’t like self-serve, build your site cheaply, and make it ridiculously easy for contributors to publish (e.g. don’t have them email posts to editors, and then require the editor to copy/paste, edit, and then publish).