Below are some links I’ve recently saved on Publish2.
- | Online Journalism Review Oct 25, 2010
- | Storify.com Oct 20, 2010
Storify page on NW Video Workshop, which I attended last weekend.
- | www.krem.com Oct 20, 2010
“As Benjamin Franklin said when faced with this same kind of editorial quandary three hundred years ago, ‘when men differ in opinion, both sides ought equally to have the advantage of being heard by the public; and that when Truth and Error have fair play, the former is always an overmatch for the latter.’”
Below are some links I’ve recently saved on Publish2. These will post weekly on Sunday evenings when I remember to post them.
- | intersect.com
- | RJI Blog Sep 29, 2010
I love this idea about finding the right audience through Google and sharing it directly with them via email list.
That, in a nutshell, is Grant’s job: getting the content to the right readers, and bringing the right readers to the content. Hunting down the people who need to see it, even calling folks (like, on a telephone!) to introduce them to the content, and then hoping they find value in it.
If you’re reading this, then, like me, you have been procrastinating on doing your Twitter Lists homework.
It’s not like there’s much to do. Anyone who has figured out Twitter’s web interface will quickly get the hang of making a list.
But because I’ve been tasked with integrating this feature with my workplace account, @spokesmanreview, I thought I’d read up a bit. I saved the best of what I found using Publish2 so that I could easily share the links in this post with the handy WordPress plugin.
My biggest question was about how a journalist could make better use of Lists. I hope you find these links helpful.
- Twitter Lists; Limitations, bugs, impact, and brilliance
scobleizer.posterous.com | October 18, 2009
- How Journalists Can Use Twitter Lists to Customize, Discover and Curate
Poynter Institute | October 29, 2009
- Twitter Lists: Frequently Asked Questions and Strategies
mashable.com | November 3, 2009
- 10 Ways You Can Use Twitter Lists
Mashable | November 4, 2009