Medium is struggling to break out of the tech niche Paid Members Public
Interesting analysis of Medium’s audience [https://mondaynote.com/a-new-model-for-medium-3ad7cc638c13#.k4ef5accn] from Frederic Filloux, which I missed last month: > This is both good and bad news. On the plus side, Medium mostly addresses the tech elite. This is a premium audience, attracted by quality, more likely to pay for information;
Apple has embraced the new niche media - and you should be paying attention Paid Members Public
There’s a number of interesting things that journalists can take away from last week’s Apple keynote. I’ll return to things like the changes to Apple News and the possibilities opened up by Messages as a developer platform later in the week. But right now, I’m most
31-3.3 Finding a journalistic niche to survive in Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/assets_c/2014/03/fvxvxzS9l7Xw0r8B-3570.html] So, I knew there would be at least one day in this idiotic project of mine [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2014/03/daily_thrashing_with_the_500_word-stick.html] when it would be really hard to get it done.
Why niche content works online Paid Members Public
Joanna Pieters, writing about meeting the readers of a specialist magazine [http://www.alphacontent.com/customer-feeling-like-exper/] for the first time: > In a flash, it all made sense. These men were experts. They knew buses and lorries intimately. They got a huge kick out of using their knowledge to build collections