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APRIL 13, 2011 [Digg] Why Aggregation Is Not Distasteful
The practice takes a variety of forms, but straightforward examples include Digg , TechMeme , and B2B Marketing Zone. The What is it about aggregation that riles so many journalists? understand the competitive motives behind the objections of legacy publishers like Rupert Murdoch and the New York Times. They don’t like the idea of anyone “harvesting revenue that might otherwise be directed to the originators of the material,” as Times editor Bill Keller wrote. But But why should individual writers, who have much to gain from the exposure aggregation can provide, find it offensive?
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MARCH 19, 2010 [Digg] Blogging Strategies: Post in Haste, Promote at Leisure
What Luciani examined was not when posts were published , but when they were submitted to social-media sites Del.icio.us , Digg , Reddit and Mixx : “He determined the best days and times for a blog post to be submitted to those sites if its author wants it to receive the maximum number of votes, comments and inbound links. As Kirkpatrick notes a bit later in his article, Luciani’s analysis is “tracking the time that the post is submitted to the news site—not when it was necessarily posted on the blog.. She continued: Photo by MotleyPixel.
APRIL 13, 2011 | B2B MEMES
[Digg] Why Aggregation Is Not Distasteful
MARCH 19, 2010 | B2B MEMES
[Digg] Blogging Strategies: Post in Haste, Promote at Leisure