David Leonhardt

David Leonhardt (born January 1, 1973) is the managing editor of a new venture at The New York Times that focuses on politics, policy, and economics. It features analytical journalism, with an emphasis on data and graphics. The new venture, named The Upshot, launched on April 22, 2014, six months after it was first announced.Leonhardt was previously the paper's Washington bureau chief and an economics columnist. He joined The Times in 1999 and wrote the "Economics Scene" column, and for the Times Sunday Magazine. He is the author of a short e-book published by The Times in February 2013: Here's the Deal: How Washington Can Solve the Deficit and Spur Growth.
Posts about David Leonhardt
  • An Insider’s View on Bloggers, Sponsored Content and Ethics

    …, but in retrospect, content quality was poor. My first sponsored posts were more like short blurbs than interesting, fun posts my readers would love. I stuck to advertisers’ guidelines too literally, winding up with empty writing that sounded like a sales pitch and didn’t really connect with my readers. Joe Lazauska (Editor in Chief, Contently) wrote…

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  • Is Google Authorship Still Important?

    … Authorship? Whether you’re setting up a company website or just writing an article for your business, I’m sure that you’d want your content to be original. As much as possible, you may want to generate all the content by yourself. There are plenty of benefits to doing this. First of all, there’s less risk that you would be charged with plagiarism…

    Dennis Seymour/ LeapFroggrin SEO Google- 20 readers -