Monthly Archives: November 2014

Interesting reads (weekly)

The menace of memes: how pictures can paint a thousand lies » Spectator Blogs “And perhaps if trust in politicians were higher, these memes wouldn’t be shared so uncritically as people would think there was something rum about them. But … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

Brands Are Wasting Money on Facebook and Twitter – WSJ “top brands’ Facebook and Twitter posts only reach around 2% of their fans and followers, and less than 0.1% of fans and followers actually interact with each post on average. … Continue reading

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Six thoughts on emerging opportunities for journalism

Attending the Society of Editors* conference on November 10 and 11 meant a trip back to my old stamping ground of Southampton. I spent several years there in the ’90s with the Southern Daily Echo (editor Ian Murray completed his term as SoE president this … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

Comments aren’t engagement, transparency or community — Medium “omments do not make a community. They can help, but again, it’s about the editorial approach. Community takes a comprehensive social strategy, not just a comment box on the bottom of articles.” … Continue reading

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