Author’s note: This post wraps up the responses to my earlier prompt for the Carnival of Journalism blog project. Feel free to contribute your own blog responses, and I’ll add them to the thoughts compiled here. — As I’d hoped, our group stretched my prompt about longevity and meaningful content in a variety of directions. Engagement […]Read More #jcarn: Finding the way to meaningful, long-lasting content
David Cohn, our Carnival of Journalism ringmaster, has graciously allowed me to serve as host for this month’s #jcarn blogfest. For this month’s prompt, I offer two related questions: How do you define meaningful content that has long-lasting value? What is the best way to evaluate content that fosters deep engagement with the audience? Take the prompts in […]Read More #jcarn: What is the best way to measure meaningful content?
It usually happens on a Sunday morning, in the quiet of the solitary kitchen. The house is asleep. The coffee is fresh. The sun is rising. And I humbly drift through the Web, aimlessly consuming content insightful and insipid. It’s not anything I intend to do. I usually start by reviewing Google+ or scanning the […]Read More Free surfing: Where does your brain go?