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Com tracks blogs and allows you to browse by popularity. com. Then visit other newspapers whose journalism you respect and check out their blogs. Then find blogs that cover the same subject matter as your beat and make a regular habit of checking them for updates. 0: How to Survive and Thrive C h a p t e r 5 : H ow t o B l o g As you read other blogs, both journalists’ blogs and independent blogs: • Notice which posts you like the most, then distill: What makes it compelling? • Note ways you could incorporate the best elements that you find.

People who live in a particular ZIP code, for example, or sports fans. Ken Sands, who pioneered the practice in Spokane, highlights two ways the use of an e-mail network differs from traditional audience feedback such as letters to the editor or personon-the-street interviews. org). Some newspapers now have more than one reader network. It can make sense to create and manage separate contact databases for education stories (if you need direct contact to teachers) or business stories (if you need to get feedback from local business leaders only).

1. Upload photos and apply tags to them at Flickr. 2. us. 3. Visit Technorati and browse blog content using tags. 4. Visit Digg, Slashdot, Reddit and Newsvine and compare the news stories you find there with your regular news sources. 0,” Nieman Reports, December 2006. Francis Pisani is a freelance blogger and columnist covering information technology and new media in the San Francisco Bay area for several European and Latin American newspapers. 2 Anderson, The Long Tail, page 70. 0: How to Survive and Thrive C h a p t e r 3 : To o l s a n d Toys Chapter 3: Tools and Toys The Treo, the BlackBerry and the iPod have forever altered the way our audiences access media.

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