Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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I didn't consider that "true" journalism. I always held journalism to a higher standard. The power of journalism has shifted. What's going on with journalism today? Journalism is here to act as a bridge between government/corporations and the citizens of a society.

The New Journalism

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This is an amazing story (and you can watch the video that started it all below), but it's also another shot against the bow of traditional journalism as we've known it to date. Now, Williams is on the CBS News (and Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel ), he's had multiple offers from companies like NFL Films , countless radio and TV stations and other offers of help and work. The new journalism (and the new Marketing) is about having a nose for news. This is the new journalism.

Digital Journalism and PR

Proactive Report

Media companies are struggling to adapt to the new real-time 24.7 It’s hard, but we have to figure it out and learn how to produce better journalism.”. Online PR digital journalismJim Brady on the Changes in News Consumption. Ten years ago the Internet was in its infancy and most people read newspaper and watched TV news. We were all accustomed to a 24-hour news cycle.

Citizen Journalism: Who is a Journalist Today?

Proactive Report

Citizen journalism doesn’t only apply to major political events or disasters. Citizen journalism is one of the hottest buzzwords in the news business right now. Many newsrooms are implementing some sort of citizen-journalism initiative.

Companies Are Using Social Media Data to Improve Customer Service

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Companies are now using social media data – from sites like LinkedIn and Facebook – to match you to a call center agent that you’re likely to find enchanting. According to Afiniti, this method will result in increasingly satisfied customers and increased company sales.

Great journalism – impartial but not neutral?

The Way of the Web

It’s sad in some ways that a lot of great writing and journalism has been inspired by tragedy and loss, but at the same time, it often allows some good to come out of the events by providing insight and inspiration. Three articles I’ve read recently reinforced that, along with also highlighting an interesting point from a book I’m currently reading on media ethics which states that journalism should be impartial but not neutral. Journalism: Impartial not Neutral.

The Conscious Company Global Leaders Forum

Janet Fouts

I spent a few days last week at the new 1440 Multiversity , attending the Conscious Company Global Leaders Forum. Created by Conscious Company Media , the event showcased a variety of businesses, including organizations like; Oxfam , Combat Flip Flops , L.A

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JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

Buzz Marketing for Technology

MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. Blogs are online journals organized chronologically. The company provides several. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching , 3. (3), New York: Henry Holt and Company, LLC. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges , 109-116. Search JOLT. 4, No. 2, June 2008. Wikis as a Tool for Collaborative Course Management. Mark Frydenberg. Senior Lecturer and Software Specialist. Computer Information Systems Department.

Social Media Lessons from America’s Biggest Company

Convince & Convert

cmmitchell4 Tweet This Opportunities to Engage Like many of today’s social pros, Chad came to social media from a background in journalism. Tweetable Moments No one will give a standing ovation for all the things that you do right.

IBM, Omega, and Hasselblad Celebrate Apollo 11 fiftieth Anniversary with Exclusive Content

WebInKnow

I’m particularly interested in how the contractors who worked on the project in the 1960s are marking the milestone, so we will look at three companies: IBM, Hasselblad, and Omega. Marketing the Moon Marketing Newsjacking Brand Journalism Corporate blogging Fanocracy

What Type Of Content Should My Company Produce?

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"What type of content should my company be producing?" The company must accept the fact that they are no longer just Marketers. There's no point is doing anything in Marketing or Publishing if it doesn't add to the overall economic value of the company. My background in writing, journalism and some university broadcasting made me a prime candidate for Blogging, tweeting and audio Podcasting. journalism.

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Gillette #MeToo Newsjacking Film Fails Because It Promotes Gillette Products

WebInKnow

Several days ago, Gillette , the company known for men’s shaving products, released a short (a bit less than two minutes) film titled We Believe: The Best Men Can Be. Newsjacking Brand Journalism Research and Analysis Marketing Case Studies Viral Marketing YouTube

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Marketers: Here’s How to Manage Your Bosses

WebInKnow

Entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business owners want people to pay attention to their company. Marketing Advertising Brand Journalism

Content Marketing Strategy? Think Like A Reporter

Webbiquity SMM

Although 93% of B2B companies are doing content marketing, less than half view themselves as successful with it. What is your company’s broader mission, in terms of moving the industry forward, empowering users, helping the environment, or otherwise improving life in general?

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103 Compelling Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2013 (and 2014)

Webbiquity SMM

How does social media use differ in B2B vs. B2C companies? leaderswest Digital Marketing Journal ). As many companies have learned the hard way, unanswered complaints on social networks can go viral, causing real damage to a company’s brand.

What I Learned from My TestMasters (And TheGreensheet) #SocialMadness Experience

Waxing UnLyrical

The Business Journals (#bizjournals) believe you can. The Business Journals are a consolidated group of business media sources providing local business news in 43 cities. The Greensheet , where I earn my paycheck by day, participated in the competition as a medium-sized company.

Bloggers Are Not Journalists – But They Are Abducted, Imprisoned Tortured and Assassinated the Same #HowManyMore

Laurel Papworth

In Mexico an administrative assistant for a media company used Twitter and her blog to investigate drug cartels. They are “embedded” in the culture – unlike a journalist they can’t be evicted or brought home by the parent company. Citizen Journalism government social media activists assassination bloggers dissenters journalism journalists killing murder Politics Safety slaying

Traffic Rises 350% Year-Over-Year For Social Publisher BuzzFeed

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Calling itself “the social news and entertainment company,” BuzzFeed demonstrated last month that whatever the publisher’s formula may be, it’s working. According to Sunil Rajaraman on Huffington Post, BuzzFeed is “re-creating world-class journalism, but just targeting a younger audience” — and using social media to do so.

87 More Vital Social Media Marketing Facts and Stats for 2012

Webbiquity SMM

Though social media marketing is now used in about 90% of companies, techniques, platforms and best practices continue to evolve. 90% of companies with 100 or more employees use social media in their marketing mix. Fortune 500 companies tend to be antisocial.

Private companies, ID cards, data and employees

The Way of the Web

As data becomes increasingly valuable, companies need to ensure they meet all legal regulations and ethical guidelines, and also think about who has access to the data, and for what reason.

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78 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Tips, Guides, Tools and Strategies of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Building Social Bookmarking Networks 101 by Search Engine Journal. Noting that “Smart and savvy companies have positioned themselves as authoritative experts and trusted sources of information by creating their own content,&# Gordon Plutsky outlines a six-step process for consistently connecting with prospects through relevant, compelling content. A Cheat Sheet to Help You Conquer Social Media by Fast Company. Five Rules for Responsible Social Marketing by Fast Company.

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WOM: What's Really Behind The Buzz

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali WOM: What’s Really Behind The Buzz November 24th, 2010 Tweet Guest post by Bryce Keane What’s the buzz?

How Executive Teams Can Improve PR

Convince & Convert

Some in upper management crave media placements in leading national publications like The New York Times, Washington Post, or Wall Street Journal. For many businesses, however, placements in trade journals are more effective in generating product awareness, leads and sales.

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PEJ Study Shows Print Still Primary Source of Original News Reporting

Adam Sherk

So companies can increase the likelihood of their press releases being used by bloggers and local news sources by giving them a more news-like tone and dialing down the marketing hype. Adam is part of the Define Search Strategies consulting team, which is owned by The New York Times Company.

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Best LinkedIn Guides, Tips and Tactics of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

43% of employees at the largest companies in the US use LinkedIn for professional reasons, compared to 11% on Facebook. LinkedIn New Feature – Follow Company by Success CREEations. LinkedIn Launches ‘Company Pages’ by MediaPost Online Media Daily.

Paywall for News.com and Online Community Social Media

Laurel Papworth

No journalists, except a journalists that now work in social media and a few bloggers now paid to bring their audiences and expert knowledge to journalism (blogournalists?) called journalism the fourth estate. We are dominated by Journalism. ”. Product vs Process Journalism.

Facebook Is Looking Smarter Than Even

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It took a mere six months for the company to turn that around by releasing a full native mobile app experience, that gave consumers a new way to look at Facebook. Building a portfolio company. journalism. media company. Facebook is looking smarter than ever.

Better Brand Stories With Mark Evans - This Week's Six Pixels Of Separation Podcast

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He's the author of Storytelling for Startups (which is going to be updated and renamed in 2018), and is an advisor to many other companies. journalism. Episode #599 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. There is a real struggle in business today.

When influence is confused with popularity

Direct Marketing Observations

Take the Fast Company Influence Project -talk about a sh@#! For the moment, brands like Fast Company need to think long and hard before redefining what influence means. The Fast Company Influence Project gimmick is exactly that – a gimmick and a disappointing one.

The Long Tales - The Best In Business Innovation Content - Issue #3

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What are the major marketing and communication holding companies doing? The big holding companies are not relics treading water driven on traditional models. Being a (small) part of the largest marketing and communications holding company, I can tell you this: WPP is not just one big marketing company. It's naive to call P&G a simple CPG company. It's would be equally naive to call WPP a traditional advertising company. The Wall Street Journal.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #374

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How A Burning Man Camp Project Became A Multimillion-Dollar Business - Fast Company. The other side of this story is: journalism. We're inundated with problems in the world of journalism (fake news much?). fast company. journalism.

The Conflict Of Media. And Digital Media

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In a simplistic way, my train of thought is this: while many agencies and companies are doing their best to transform into being more (or fully) digital, this is the kind of work that Mirum has been doing for the brands that we work with for over fifteen years. On the other hand, it feels like Rose is schooling a second year journalism student on what it means to be a journalist, and in the media. journalism. Well, this is uncomfortable.

Borrowing Content Was Happening Long Before Blogging

Adam Sherk

Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Borrowing Content Was Happening Long Before Blogging by Adam Sherk on May 12, 2010 I was reading Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam’s piece on his time at Newsweek in the 1970s and this passage caught my attention: For me, Newsweek was like an upside-down journalism school, where I learned an astonishing number of bad habits, e.g., having someone else check your facts.

Clay Shirky Is Back (And He's Taking On China)

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He holds a joint appointment at NYU as an Associate Arts Professor at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and as an Associate Professor in Journalism Department. journalism. What do you really know about China, smartphones, business and how it impacts the world?

Disruption Of Disrupted

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It is a book about unicorns, dragons and company's that are worth billions of dollars with tons of revenue (but not enough profit). It is a book about a company that I know and respect ( HubSpot ). journalism. Opinions are not facts.

Just Say "No" To Content

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That's a lot of people, representing a lot of companies. Perhaps it is my background in journalism, or perhaps my studies of media, but I have a tremendous amount of respect for the publish button. journalism. Learn how to say "no" when it comes to your content. We live in a "content is everywhere" world. This was great news for the people attending Content Marketing World and HubSpot 's Inbound events last week in Cleveland and Boston (they were both great events.

Why You Need a New Media Relations Strategy

Proactive Report

Just as media companies have had to adapt to this always-on news cycle, so do PR pros. Online PR journalism Media Relations online PRSocial media has changed the way news is gathered and reported.

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Why Facebook Is Cleaning Up The Neighborhood

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If a customer has already "liked" a corporate brand page on Facebook, isn't that an acknowledgement that they want to see content from a company? Companies will no longer be able to simply pay to reach any audience, by the sound of this. journalism. Brands (and the people that work for them) are going apoplectic about where Facebook is headed next. Investors are a bit nervous, too. What sparked it all?

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This Blog Is Dead

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What we had was place for online journaling. Yesterday, Nieman Journalism Lab published an article titled, The blog is dead, long live the blog , by Jason Kottke (who publishes one of the longest continuously running blogs on the Web). Instead of launching blogs, companies are building mobile apps, Newsstand magazines on iOS, and things like The Verge. journalism. niemen journalism lab. online journaling. Let''s admit it. Blogging (as we knew it) is dead.

Why I Started Subscribing To The New York Times (It's Not What You Think)

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I did not subscribe because I wanted to support the cause of journalism. It says something - in a world of so much free content - that a company is able to produce such high quality (with such consistency) that I was compelled to subscribe. It is true that I am happy to buy the physical copies of magazine like Fast Company , The Atlantic , The New Yorker and Wired. fast company. journalism. This week I started my digital subscription to The New York Times.