Adam Tinworth

Adam Tinworth

Shoreham-by-Sea
Adam has been a blogger for nearly 20 years, and a journalist for more than 25. He currently works as a consultant and trainer, helping people do better, more engaged online journalism.
Apr
15
Six thoughts about the Substack Local initiative

Six thoughts about the Substack Local initiative

Newsletter platform Substack is chucking $1m of its VC cash at local news journalism. Is this helpful — or just marketing?
3 min read
Apr
15
Google's shift towards quality (again)

Google's shift towards quality (again)

2 min read
Apr
14
Is content moderation futile? And — if so — what should we do instead?

Is content moderation futile? And — if so — what should we do instead?

Are we waging a losing war on misinformation? Do we need to try a different approach?
3 min read
Apr
12
How newsletters will inevitably change media and the power of journalists

How newsletters will inevitably change media and the power of journalists

Worrying about Substack is just a proxy for worrying about the business impact of losing star journalists to their own newsletters.
4 min read
Apr
11
Sunday Supplement: trees, mental health, Alistair Campbell and more

Sunday Supplement: trees, mental health, Alistair Campbell and more

Pour yourself a drink, find a quite corner, and enjoy this selection of interesting reading, listening and viewing from around the web.
6 min read
Apr
09
Morning Conference: The Recirculation System

Morning Conference: The Recirculation System

Some useful insights about moving readers around yoru site, another notable Google update, and more…
3 min read
Apr
08
Morning Conference: Core Web Vitals are coming for your search traffic

Morning Conference: Core Web Vitals are coming for your search traffic

A major change is coming to SEO from next month. Plus a few Clubhouse links.
2 min read
Apr
07
Morning Conference: blogrolls, audience engagement and the discovery problem

Morning Conference: blogrolls, audience engagement and the discovery problem

Why Substack and Medium are looking back on 2001's tech to solve the biggest challenge in media
2 min read
Apr
06
Morning Conference: turn those damn comments off (now that you can)

Morning Conference: turn those damn comments off (now that you can)

I hate writing about Facebook. It squats obscenely at the heart of so much online communications like a digital Jabba
2 min read
Mar
31
Morning Conference: what the Unsplash sale and the Substack investment mean for you

Morning Conference: what the Unsplash sale and the Substack investment mean for you

Some swift analysis on the two big publishing deals of yesterday.
3 min read