Here are some top picks for the most useful Google apps for writers.
WFOR-TV News Director Adrienne Roark created quite a buzz a couple of weeks ago when he shot an entire story using the new iPhone. Poynter’s Al Tompkins chatted with Roark and Investigative Producer Giovani Benitez today to learn how to use an iPhone when reporting.
Only 2 out of 10 people will read past the headline, according to CopyBlogger. Here are 9 fantastic tips for writing great headlines — including why 7 reasons why list posts will always work!
You can learn a lot from failure, as Mark Goldenson discovered. In this piece he sums up some of the lessons he learned from his failed startup, including the challenges of content businesses.
It’s a little known secret that people will retweet based on the headline alone, before even clicking through to the content.
Great collection of Twitter links and resources, from Mashable.
This post was submitted by Rachelle Money, who works with Wordtracker and writes for its newsletter. Since using the Wordtracker keyword research tool Dan Roberts says Hearst Publication’s online traffic has grown 150%. Hearst publishes 15 of the world’s most popular magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Oprah’s O Magazine, and Good Housekeeping as well as [...]
Krisztine “Z” Holly, Vice Provost for Innovation and Executive Director of the USC Stevens Institute for Innovation, introduced “Seven Myths of Innovation” to newspaper editors at the Knight Leadership Conference this week.
PBS reports on a “digital detective” inventing new ways to tell if photos have been faked. Watch the video of the story and then take the test: Examine nine photographs and guess if they are fake or real.