6 Lessons From A Content Empire: Meet Copyblogger

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Have you ever wanted to be the absolute authority in your field? You define the knowledge base. Your voice. Your style. Your ways of sharing. These are the qualities that keep audiences coming back time and again.
But there’s a…

How Oxfam engages readers with digital storytelling

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For-profit companies like HSBC are using digital journalism to engage and inform current and potential customers. But they aren’t the only ones. Nonprofit organizations—who’ve long used storytelling to tug at the heartstrings of current and potential donors—are increasingly publishing online…

Andrew Sullivan: not the only blogger charging his readers

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Last week’s announcement that Andrew Sullivan is leaving The Daily Beast to create his own metered paywall sparked a debate across the media world about what this means for journalism and whether others will follow suit. Complex’s Foster Kamer sees Sullivan’s…

#NMX preview: David Perlmutter on the evolving blogosphere


On January 6-8, bloggers from 50 countries will descend on Las Vegas for the New Media Expo (formerly BlogWorld). Come visit Ebyline at NMX and enter our contest to win free content for your blog.
Dr. David Perlmutter, director of…

Author Brette Sember on Balancing Blogging and Book Writing


Veteran freelancer and author Brette Sember has contributed articles to over 140 publications and written over 40 books on a variety of topics. Her latest book, The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and…