Dennis Publishing opens digital production unit [MediaWeek]

Dennis Publishing has launched a standalone digital production agency
called Adnostic that will work with advertisers, media agencies and
third-party publishers.

http://www.mediaweek.co.uk/news/1171661/Dennis-Publishing-opens-digital-produ…

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4 Lessons From The Mail Online; “Web’s Most Ruthlessly Addictive Site” [FastCodeDesign]

With its four-foot-long home pages and hundreds of sidebar images, The
Mail breaks every rule of web design. It’s also winng the web (and
design awards).

http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671875/4-lessons-from-the-web-s-most-ruthlessly-…

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Some shifts in power visible in journalism today [PressThink]

Quick: How many shifts in power can you spot in this one report?

http://pressthink.org/2013/02/some-shifts-in-power-visible-in-journalism-today/

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Google to pay 60 million euros into French media fund [Reuters]

Google is to pay 60 million euros ($82 million) into a special fund to
help French media develop their presence on the Internet under a
top-level deal signed on Friday, but will not pay them for posting
links to their content. French publishers had been pushing for Google
to pay them licensing fees for listing headlines and snippets of
articles in its search engine results.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/01/us-france-google-idUSBRE91011Z20130201

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Small Firms Say LinkedIn Works, Twitter Doesn’t [WSJ]

Six out of 10 small-business owners say they believe social-media
tools are valuable to their company’s growth—but most aren’t impressed
by Twitter Inc. Just 3% of 835 business owners surveyed earlier this
month by The Wall Street Journal and Vistage International said
Twitter had the most potential to help their companies.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323926104578273683427129660.html

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Zuckerberg: Facebook Is A Mobile Company Now [WebProNews]

“Today there’s no argument,” he said. “Facebook is a mobile company.”
Zuckerberg said Facebook will be able to make more money for each
minute people spend on mobile, which makes the mobile DAU numbers from
today’s report incredibly significant. He said he wants Facebook to
get really good at building mobile-first experiences, and that this
will “be a big theme” for the company this year.

http://www.webpronews.com/facebook-earnings-out-mobile-daus-exceeded-web-daus…

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This Year, All Publishers Go Mobile [eMarketer]

This year will be a seminal one, marking the first time 100% of
publishers will format their content for mobile, according to an
Alliance for Audited Media survey of 210 media companies in North
America. The development points to both digital’s essential role in
media companies’ future profits and the importance of mobile to
consumers’ daily media lives.

http://www.emarketer.com/Article/This-Year-All-Publishers-Go-Mobile/1009628

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Foursquare launches iPhone, Android app for merchants [CNet]

Foursquare has introduced a mobile way for its more than 1 million
business users to connect with and follow the check-in activities of
the over 30 million people using the location-based social network.
“The Foursquare Business Companion App is another means for merchants
to help manage their Foursquare presence without having to be in front
of a computer,” a company representative told CNET.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57566439-93/foursquare-launches-iphone-andro…

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Google+ outranks Twitter as no. 2 social network after Facebook [PCWorld]

Google+ is now the world’s second largest social network, outranking
Twitter that comes in at the number four position. But both social
networks are still far behind Facbook, which is used by more than 51
percent of the world’s online population, according to a new survey.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2026521/google-outranks-twitter-as-no-2-social…

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Inside Forbes: A New Wave of Digital Journalist Is Showing a Profession the Way Forward [Forbes]

You teach me, I teach you — that’s the bridge FORBES is building to
connect the values and standards of traditional media with the
dynamism of the digital age.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/lewisdvorkin/2013/01/25/inside-forbes-a-new-wave-…

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