Facebook is adding another tool to its toolbox of sharing tracking analytics
Some links and further reading for attendees of my news:rewired workshop
Use of metrics to inform journalism isn't "losing the craft" - it's becoming a master craftsman.
What happens to the content people like reading, but not sharing, in an algorithmic world?
Dark traffic is on the rise - and it's down to apps and mobile. No need to panic just yet…
Gawker joins the list of sites whose traffic took a big hit through a Facebook algorithm change.
So, is the NYT using time devoted to the homepage and section fronts well? No, as it turns out…
Read it later service Pocket has logged my reading - and can do the same for publishers.
Trying to remember why I do what I do, and rejecting the accepted wisdom about blogging in a worthwhile way…
Your content needs to have a purpose - how do you ensure that you can build leads from content, and act on them afterwards.