Monthly Archives: August 2010

Site searches – tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttoo baffling for words

Several times a day, an automated message drops into my inbox telling me the most searched for terms on the Liverpool Echo site.It’s an idea we appropriated from the Manchester Evening News a while ago and, as well as just … Continue reading

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TBC.com could be an inspiring approach to hyperlocal news

I nosed around the newly-launched TBD.com website today, and came away a bit of a fan-girl.TBD, which is from the same brains as Politico, is a real foray into hyperlocal journalism and could just be one of the models the … Continue reading

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Graphs, charts and tools to monitor your Twitter growth and reach

After Hanoi-based Steve Jackson (@ourman) tweeted “Is there any online software that will turn your Twitter activity into a graph?” I had a look through recommendations he received in reply and I thought I’d give them a try, alongside some … Continue reading

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Infographic: the information explosion

Lovely infographic to pore over here from Wikibon.. It forecasts consumer generated content, how it will impact on business – and where all this information will be stored. The last section ‘Who’s responsible for the content’ is particularly interesting;  if … Continue reading

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