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Posts tagged with Wall Street Journal

WSJ fiasco: a lie can travel around the world while...

Yesterday, I called the Wall Street Journal on its shoddy reporting about blogging as a profession.

As fortunate as I am to call myself a 'professional blogger' and as much as I believe blogging has a very bright future, the WSJ's article claiming that there were more people earning a living as bloggers in the United States than there are firefighters, CEOs, computer programmers or bartenders was just plain wrong.


The Wall Street Journal embarrasses itself with blogging article

If you're using the ongoing global recession to explore a new career path, blogging probably isn't at the top of your list. After all, how many bloggers are earning real money?

But blogging as a profession is something you should take seriously since there are now more professional bloggers in the United States than there are firefighters, CEOs, computer programmers and bartenders.


Is the future of journalism the future?

With many proclaiming the death of print media and even online media reeling from recession, the future of journalism has never been more in question.

A lot of the discussion around the future of journalism has to do with business models and money. But is there more to the discussion of business models than how to generate revenue? Is it possible that the product of journalism needs to be reevaluated entirely?


Paid content: big publishers missed the boat

It's funny the difference a couple of years can make. Two years ago, the global economy was roaring along and everyone was excited about internet advertising.

Growth in spend was strong and many companies big and small saw unlimited potential in their future advertising revenues.

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Are search marketers really looking beyond search engines?

In this rough economy, it's now apparent to just about everyone that marketers are cutting back and looking to get the most bang for their buck.

Many expected this would be a boon to search engines since paid search advertising is easy to measure, quantify and analyze for ROI.