Why work on your computer when you have a phone?
Regulations on the use of mobile devices at work have been overtaken by events. Take our survey to share your mobile work habits.
Training Your AI is Just as Hard as Raising a Child
Toutiao is a Chinese news personalization app which uses artificial intelligence to select what news items to present to its 120 million daily active users. Algorithmic personalization is effective, but how to prevent its downsides?
Searching the Library of Babel
SEO link building strategies sound a lot like PR when you look at them. We follow Rand Fishkin to see how both disciplines are evolving.
There is no such thing as free news
Consumption of digital news in Latin America grew exponentially during the Covid-19 pandemic, and more people are paying for subscriptions.
All Marketing is Mobile Marketing: Cindy Krum
The evidence about the importance of a strong mobile experience is clear, yet for many publishers their mobile websites are often an afterthought.
Digital Transformation is Hard but Expensive
Out of total, 67% of New York Times business in 2020 was subscriptions, up from 44% in 2010.
George Orwell’s tips for a less Orwellian future
George Orwell is famous for “1984,” but his work as a journalist is less known. In the essay “Politics and the English language”, Orwell explains how to use language to sharpen the way we think.
You are not earning enough
Escape the trap of your public relations job being evaluated only on your “earned media” results
To The Goddesses Around Us
On this Women’s Day, we celebrate with gratitude the power of everyday miracles in our friends and colleagues around the world. Happy Women’s Day!