Keywords, not publishers, power the world’s biggest feeds December 17, 2017 Uncategorized No Comments Almar Latour Conquering calm Nicholas Diakopoulos Fortifying social media from automated inauthenticity Michael Kuntz The only pivot that might work Charo Henríquez Training is an investment, not an expense Christopher Meighan Passive partnership is in the rearview Kristen Muller The year of the voter Corey Ford The empire strikes back Matt Carlson Attacks on the press will get worse Andrew Haeg The year journalists become relationship builders C.W. Anderson The social media apocalypse Will Sommer The year local media gets conservative Lucas Graves From algorithms to institutions Emily Goligoski Looking beyond news for inspiration Vanessa K. DeLuca Women’s voices take center stage John Keefe Scooped by AI Amy Webb Listen to weak signals Alan Soon The rise of start of psychographic, micro-targeted media Juliette De Maeyer A responsible press criticism Tamar Charney We get serious about algorithms Pete Brown Push alerts, personalized Jacqui Cheng Retailers move into content Craig Newmark Working together toward sustainable solutions Federica Cherubini The rise of bridge roles in news organizations Kelsey Proud No, no, no Jake Levine The return to now Rick Berke Value is the watchword Rodney Benson Better, less read, and less trusted Luke O’Neil The end is already here Hannah Cassius The year of the echo-chamber escapists Laura E. Davis Writing answers before you know the question Dheerja Kaur Fun with subscription products Mariana Moura Santos Think local, act global Tim Carmody Watch out for Spotify Amy King Let’s amplify visual voice Juleyka Lantigua-Williams Women of color will reclaim and monetize our time Joanne McNeil Gatekeeping the gatekeepers Bill Keller A growing turn to philanthropy Rachel Davis Mersey AI, with real smarts Dan Shanoff You down with OTT? (Yeah, DTC) Andrew Ramsammy The year ownership mattered Adam Thomas Sharing is caring: The year of the mentor Basile Simon We need better career paths for news nerds Dannagal G. Young Stop covering politics as a game Eric Ulken The year local publishers get smart(er) about change Sam Sanders Shine the light on ourselves Rachel Schallom Better design helps differentiate opinion and news Vivian Schiller Pivot to tomorrow Mike Caulfield Refactoring media literacy for the networked age Francesco Marconi The year of machine-to-machine journalism Ariana Tobin Too tired to tap Imaeyen Ibanga Longform video leads the way Sam Ford The year of investing in processes Justin Kosslyn The year journalists become digital security experts Richard J. Tofel The platforms’ power demands more reporters’ attention Kathleen McElroy Building a news video experience native to mobile Claire Wardle Disinformation gets worse Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Quest Marketing Google News About us and this blogWe are a digital marketing company with a focus on helping our customers achieve great results across several key areas. Learn more about us Request a free quote We offer professional SEO services that help websites increase their organic search score drastically in order to compete for the highest rankings even when it comes to highly competitive keywords. Contact now Subscribe to our newsletter! If you are a human and are seeing this field, please leave it blank. Fields marked with an * are required More from our blog See all posts Federal budget bill quietly proposes tool to ease penalties for corporate crime A federal proposal that would allow prosecutors to suspend criminal charges against… Continue reading House prices will rise again, but the million-dollar question for buyers and sellers is when?: Don Pittis In a falling property market, potential buyers — and those waiting to… Continue reading Parliament passes plain tobacco packaging law, regulates vaping The Liberal government has passed a sweeping overhaul of the country's tobacco… Continue reading Uber, Lyft will now let their customers take sexual assault complaints to court Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft will give U.S. passengers and drivers more… Continue reading BlackBerrys made up only 3% of smartphones used in Canada at end of 2017 According to online measurement firm comScore, there aren't many holdouts left in… Continue reading Home Capital secures cheaper credit line from two Canadian banks Home Capital Group Inc. has secured a $500-million standby credit line from… Continue reading It's getting easier to buy airline seats with frequent flyer miles, annual ranking suggests There's some good news for air travelers: it seems to be getting… Continue reading Kinder Morgan CEO 'appreciates' Ottawa's offer to backstop pipeline delay costs The CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says he "appreciates" an announcement… Continue reading Prev. Post All Posts Next Post No Comments Leave a Comment cancelYou must be logged in to post a comment.