- Search and Social Networking Tools Series
- Included in this package:
- Discover Your Missing Links: The Semantic Web (Private) $29.95
- How Location-Based Services are Changing the News (Private) $27.95
- Social Networks: The New Architecture of the Web (Private) $24.95
- The Science of Search: Guiding Online Readers to Your Content (Private) $24.95
- What Makes a Great Blog: Principles for Success $24.95
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Making connections is key to successful online journalism. Learn how to deliver news in innovative ways and build relationships with your audience.
For a LIMITED TIME purchase this training package for $100, a $132.75 value if you purchased these replays individually.
What will I learn?
Explore how to use social networking, search engines, location-based services, and blogs to build connections around your content.
In this Webinar replay series, you will learn:
- Discover Your Missing Links: The Semantic Web
How to go beyond tagging and build rich connections among all your content with Diane Burley, an online publishing specialist.
- How Location-Based Services are Changing the News
How location-based services -- Foursquare, Gowalla, Brightkite and Buzz -- can help you do innovative journalism online with Marshall Kirkpatrick, lead writer at ReadWriteWeb.
- Social Networks: The New Architecture of the Web
How to use social networking to build reader communities with Paul Gillin, a speaker, writer and social media marketing consultant.
- The Science of Search: Guiding Online Readers to Your Content
Methods to help news aggregators and social media sites point to your online content with Eric Ulken, former editor for interactive technology for the Los Angeles Times who currently studies and teaches effects of new technology on the practice of journalism around the world.
- What Makes a Great Blog: Principles for Success
Common characteristics to great blogs and learn strategies for achieving them with Matt Thompson, an online journalist focusing on the future of context and community on news websites.