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    • Craigslist has nothing to teach Facebook

      Noted news and opinion website Slate recently published an article entitled “What Facebook Can Learn From Craigslist”. One could assume by the headline that Slate must mean craigslist can teach Facebook something about Facebook Marketplace, but that’s not the point Slate is trying to make. Instead, Slate makes the questionable claim craigslist has ‘conquered’ its own content m ...

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  • Facebook Extends Instant Articles to All Android Users

    …, Elle, Express, Focus, Handelsblatt, The Huffington Post Germany, MOPO24, N-TV, Promiflash, RP-Online, Spiegel, Sport1, Stern, Tagesschau, Tagesspiegel, WAZ, WELT, Wired, ze.tt, Zeit Ghana: Allsports, Pulse Ghana Israel: Haaretz Italy: Il Corriere della Sera, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Fanpage.it, L’Huffington Post, La Repubblica, La Stampa, Libero…

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  • Should You Swear? 4 Things for Writers to Consider

    …, as Slate does, content that “degrades others on the basis of gender, race, class, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or other classification.” 4. Voice We’ve talked a lot about quoting other people’s words. But what about your personal voice? What about when you want to say “fuck”? In terms of your voice…

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  • 6 Ways Writing for Online Is Different Than Print

    … This post originally appeared on our sister site, Contently’s The Freelancer. When I heard Spud Hilton, the travel editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, once say there is no difference between writing for print and online publications, I nearly fell out of my chair. It was 2012, and I had just started writing full time about travel and personal…

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