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Millennials Trust Online-Only News Sites More than Network and Cable TV News


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A new report based on results of The Harris Poll of 2,537 U.S. adults in August 2014 reveals that online-only news sites (like Huffington Post and Yahoo! News) are trusted to deliver news fairly and accurately more by younger audiences than older audiences. In fact, the large and highly coveted millennial audience (people between the

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Fastest Growing Digital News Audience is Young Women


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Women between the ages of 18 and 24 represent the fastest growing segment of the digital newspaper audience. According to a report from the Newspaper Association of America (based on research conducted by comScore of 300 U.S. newspapers), the number of young women who read digital newspaper content jumped by 38% between August 2013 and

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Blogging Comes out on Top in State of Inbound 2014


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The 2014 State of Inbound report has been released by HubSpot and thousands of marketers agree—blogging works. According to the research, blogging is the number one way that marketers get their content and companies found. In fact, marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13x more likely to generate positive ROI than marketers who haven’t prioritize

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Nearly 1 in 3 Fortune 500 Companies Maintain Active Blogs


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Who said blogging is dead? In Corporate America, blogging is holding steady with nearly one in three Fortune 500 companies maintaining public facing corporate blogs (from the primary corporation) with current posts published. The data comes from an annual study by the University of Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research. Back in 2008, only 16% of

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10 Years of Digital Storytelling and 10 Years of Newstex


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Ten years ago in 2004, blogs ruled the internet and “blog” was named the word of the year by Merriam-Webster. The same year, Newstex launched with a simple goal—to provide real-time news and commentary, collected from the world’s best authoritative sources, to customers who need reliable information but don’t have time to search for it.

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Image Content – Not Just for Pinterest and Instagram


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Some people learn by hearing. Others learn by reading. And others learn by seeing. The basics of human psychology and neurology tell us that to successfully communicate with a wide audience, you need to create content that engages with those people based on the way they like to learn and consume information. In other words,

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