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

    … (and any future) relationships – especially when the insistence is on a sales pitch thinly veiled as an actual story. David Leonhardt at THGM Writing Servies says that his secret is to keep the story angle 100% real: “I have a very simple rule”, he says. “If I don’t like the product, I won’t write about it. If I like it, I will say what I think…

    Relevancein Content- 26 readers -
  • Why to Become a Social Media Network Early Adopter?

    This autumn has introduced us to the new social media platforms – Ello and Tsu – both predicted to be Facebook killers (which we are all understandably skeptical about). But the dubious potential to kill Facebook isn’t really why both startups spur my interest: They both bring something new to the table, something that can change the social media world as we know it: Tsu sh ...

    Ann Smarty/ Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog- 18 readers -
  • How a #TSUnami might drown FaceBook

    FaceBook is under attack. Can its hegemony stand against up-and-comers like Tsu and Ello? Of course, the answer is…maybe. FaceBook might seem like a Rock of Giberaltar, solid and unmovable. But so was the Soviet Union (for you younger readers, that’s what they called Russia and a number of its vassal states before the fall of the Berlin Wall ended the Cold War).

    David Leonhardt/ David Leonhardt's SEO and Social Media Marketing- 17 readers -
  • Is Google Authorship Still Important?

    … algorithm. We preached about Google authorship for years and to suddenly take that away? That’s a lot of wasted energy! But you know what? They probably DID get something out of that experiment which is probably partly implemented or in the plans, but let’s talk about that later. There are obviously a LOT of conspiracies out there. Some say the results…

    Dennis Seymour/ LeapFroggrin SEO Google- 35 readers -
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