tl;dr: the Facebook is burning issue Paid Members Public
This week's in-depth round-up of links has depth on Meta's problems, lots of newsletter news, and plenty more to keep you enthralled this weekend…
Lunchtime links: subs, Google News and the problem with Wikipedia Paid Members Public
It must be the silly season. LinkedIn is getting into subs? Plus some useful stuff on Google News and a critical look at the media/Wikipedia intersection
Five articles you need to read this morning Paid Members Public
Because procrastination and coffee are what the morning is made for,
Five Morning Links Paid Members Public
Five worthwhile reads to start your day.
5 on Facebook – August 15th Paid Members Public
Five links about Facebook and its impact that are worth your time today.
Analytics for Journalists: some further reading Paid Members Public
I’ve just finished* running a workshop on analytics for journalists at news:rewired this afternoon [https://www.newsrewired.com/agenda-6/]. Here’s a selection of links I promised the attendees to allow them to explore some of the issues contained in the presentation in more detail: * One Trinity Mirror
No 3 on the inbound marketing hit parade Paid Members Public
I wrote the 3rd best blog post on inbound marketing [http://upcity.com/blog/2013/03/top-25-inbound-marketing-articles-of-the-week-march-1-2013/] this week. This is, frankly, a bit of a surprise, as I have no idea what inbound marketing is…
A quick blog history lesson for tech bloggers Paid Members Public
Stephen Hackett of 512 Pixels linked to Marcelo Somer’s post about linkblogging [http://behindcompanies.com/2012/08/the-linkblog-cancer/]: > So what’s going on? Slow news cycle in the summer? Maybe. But the link post is much more to blame. It was pioneered by John Gruber back in 04, and