JA resources are curated to fuel your success. How to get the most out of the extensive, cross-network collection so you can do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.
Posted by Emily Harris on November 29, 2012
Topics: Blog, Education Tags: Business Models, Community Engagement, Resources, Tools, Training
Improve your audience understanding by capturing reactions in the moment as people read, see or hear your content. The concept of comment threads, but deeply interactive. Embed with a button.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on October 11, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources, Technology Tags: Community Engagement, Innovation, Online Tools
The Civic Commons is designed as a social media environment for civil conversation and action, where the expertise of non-experts contributes to public knowledge. Moulthrop says it’s a form of journalism. “What we’re doing is bringing the public into the conversation in a way that is sophisticated, civil and productive.” The Civic Commons was conceived...
Posted by Emily Harris on September 19, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Experiments Tags: Civic Journalism, Community Engagement, Crowdsourcing, Metrics, Ohio, Online Conversations, Partnerships, The Civic Commons
Highlights from our resource Q&A on JReporter, a mobile app for publishers to ask the community for coverage and get it delivered. Aims to increase loyalty; verification and revenue tools built in.
Posted by Emily Harris on September 6, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community Tags: Community Engagement, JJCS, JReporter, Live Chat, Mobile Tools, Reporting Tools
Hawaii Independent publisher Ikaika Hussey shares the philosophy and practices that make the cooperative news business he leads both profitable and productive.
Posted by Emily Harris on August 29, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Revenue Tags: Business Models, Community Engagement, Community News, Cooperative, Entrepreneurship, Hawaii Independent, Ikaika Hussey, Local News
JA interview goes beyond the usual suspects, offering business insights from global campaigners on building village loyalty one story at a time.
Posted by Emily Harris on July 25, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Revenue Tags: Community Engagement, Local News, Marketing, Niche Publishing, Revenue, Social Media, Storytelling
Interested in "creating positive community change through collaboration"? This Canada-based organization hopes to, offering cross-industry experience, deep research and ideas.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on July 13, 2012
Topics: Community, Policy, Resources Tags: Collaboration, Community Engagement, Education, Online Community, Online Conversations, Podcasts, Research, Thought Leaders
“Pull people in” with this guide to the marketing use of Twitter that can help publishers or reporters think through deep engagement. A layered approach offers nuanced nuggets for a rich return.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on June 15, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources, Revenue, Technology Tags: Community Engagement, Guide, How To, Marketing, Social Media, Twitter
How to tap into the powerful promise of social listening: Four essential steps and tools to support each that won’t break the bank.
Posted by Jacob Caggiano on June 4, 2012
Topics: Blog, Craft, Technology Tags: Analysis, Analytics, Community Engagement, CRM, Data, Emerging Trends, Free Tools, Metrics, Networks, Online Tools, Social Listening, Twitter
Led by longtime web innovator J.D. Lasica, a deep dive into the social web with practical considerations to fuel your success. Free tools, tips, and research to hone your social strategy.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on May 22, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources Tags: Community Engagement, Social Media, Social Network, Social News Site, Tools