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The Alien News Network And A Link Dump

Tweet Been a crazy few weeks for Scott and I here at NewsTechZilla. I have been downsized as predicted and he’s been carrying much of the load. I wish to thank him and get back to bidness. Hopefully things will get back to normal. Let’s scoot around these innertubes, shall we? Reading Online Comments Shouldn’t […]

Comments In Your Online Community

Tweet Credit Comments can be the best friend you have ever had, or the bane of your existence. The issue comes down to while building your online community, comments are a way to see if your writing has wings. On the other hand, many of you comments may have moved to Facebook or Twitter. And, […]

On Policing Comments (Or Not)

Tweet Michael Silence, Christian Grantham, andRex Hammock discussing the topic at ONA Nashville. One of the key points they bring up is the need to either develop thick skin or stay out of the comments fray on your posts. Personally, I love the back and forth with readers, although I sometimes forget that sarcasm and […]

A Few Must Haves

Tweet Whenever I’m starting up a new site or project, there are three things I consider before every writing a word of content: A backup strategy An SEO strategy A strategy for dealing with comments/spam As I’ve said before, I LOVE WordPress, and one of the reasons is that it makes all three of these […]

Newspaper Wins Battle Over Anonymous Comments

Tweet From The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press: Another newspaper has prevailed in a court battle over the identities of people who commented anonymously on its Web site. A federal judge in Pennsylvania held last month that The Pocono Record did not have to reveal the identities of several people who commented anonymously on […]

Networking, Ad Revenue and Reinvention

Tweet We received a comment that I want to return to because it says, very well, one of the challenges facing journalists, publishers and new media evangelists/ From Vibinc out of Memphis: I’ve been thinking about this a lot, particularly as it relates to regional/local newspapers. How do these newspapers survive and thrive in an […]

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