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Recommended reads: Time making money from its Twitter page ... and more

Recommended reads: Time making money from its Twitter page ... and more

Time Inc finds a way to make money out of its Twitter page, The Wall

Time Inc has sold the background wallpaper of its People Style Watch Twitter page as advertising, in a move that could be easily replicated by others, this blog post suggests. It’s permitted by Twitter and could be a way for those publishers who have been wondering how to concretely monetise their millions of Twitter fans to start doing so.

The parallel universe where Mitt Romney leads all polls, Politico

Despite the fact that any “working Republican political operative” will admit that Mitt Romney is trailing Barack Obama in US presidential election polls, there is a “parallel universe” of right-leaning media determined to suggest that Romney is on the verge of a convincing victory, Politico journalists say in this article that looks at the way different polling methods can be weighted.

When the view is from somewhere, readers ought to know where that is,NYTimes Public Editor’s Journal

The New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan addresses the issue of news vs opinion in the paper, after a reader questioned an article that had appeared in the NYT’s Texas section, which is produced in collaboration with the Texas Tribune. The piece, although resembling a news article in layout, was an excerpt from a book. Sullivan’s blog post addresses issues of how to distinguish news and opinion, and how it is essential that readers know what they are getting.

Inside Forbes: What Mobile Means for Journalism and My Restless Nights, Forbes

Lewis DVorkin offers an insightful look at how mobile is developing at Forbes. He considers "the state-of-play" for his company in these key areas: the growing audience, the advertising industry and the revenue stream. While noting "There is really no magic bullet for mobile success," DVorkin also discusses what Forbes has done in terms of product, technology, editorial and advertising, and what still needs to be developed.

Microsoft launching news operation, new MSN, Reuters

Microsoft is making a major investment to start a news operation and will re-launch its MSN website later this month, according to a report today from Reuters. "The site is being radically overhauled for Microsoft's touch-optimized Windows 8 system and Internet Explorer 10, which will be launched on October 26," Reuters reports.

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Emma Goodman


2012-10-01 18:08

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