I’m a sucker for engagement formulas, especially when they help provide a means to quantitatively track something that sounds as fluffy and qualitative as “the health of a community.” Great ideas here for community managers and related parties: How to Use the “Network Density” Formula to Measure the Health of a Community
In which a reader is invited to run a newspaper’s Twitter account for an hour: The urinal wall that brought a reader into a newsroom.
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been on one side (or quite possibly the other) of an exchange that goes something like this: PERSON AT NEWSPAPER WITH WEB-RELATED JOB: Sentinel, this is Ryan, how can I help you? USER: Your website’s all wrong. PANWWRJ: Really? What’s wrong? USER: You don’t use XMLT 4.1. It’s still […]
I’ve been a nomad for a few days in the middle of a short-by-my-standards 300+ mile move from the suburbs of Rochester, NY to the suburbs of Washington D.C. and boy are my legs tired. But I’m catching up on my reading, and found a few things to share with you on the theme of […]