Monthly Archives: February 2009

Google puts ads on Google News

To those of you who said “Google News isn’t a media¬† competitor! It’s just an aggregator:” I give you AdWords on Google News. I’ve previously written about how Google News was generating more than $100 million in revenue, according to … Continue reading

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Tips for Optimizing Content for Google News

The Google News team today published a list of tips on its official blog for making sure publishers’ content is optimized for inclusion in Google News. Here’s a quickfire version of their list: -Keep the article body clean Avoid strange … Continue reading

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Not-to-Miss Florida Online Media, Technology Events

A group of online technology enthusiasts listens in on a presentation at BarCamp Orlando in 2007. The event is now in its third year. [Photo by Josh Hallett ] In the next few months, yours truly’s calendar is jam-packed with … Continue reading

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One Key Piece of Advice for All Journalists

David Cohn has posted a great series of interviews with several media innovators over at his blog.¬† But there is one particular piece of advice from Cohn’s interview with Adrian Holovaty (4:15 in) that I think needs to be heard … Continue reading

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