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Mom of Autistic Teen Launches Job Board for Special Needs Applicants

An estimated 70% of Americans of working age with disabilities are not working, and this increases poverty and other societal problems. People with disabilities have more access to high quality education than ever, and technology has evolved to the point where people with disabilities are better able to show how much they can contribute. Most Americans with disabilities want to work, and they can help employers Read More →

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The International News Media Association Summit is Coming!

This October, the International News Media Association will bring together the media industry’s leading executives and professionals for its annual INMA Revenue Transformation Summit at the Grand Hyatt in Denver, Colorado. Taking place on October 6-7, the summit will focus on the various revenue efforts by media companies to give newspaper professionals fresh ideas to grow their audience and revenue in the new digital age. Read More →

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The Many Niches of Healthcare Blogs

Healthcare is an enormous industry, with many facets. And you don’t have to go very far to find extremely specialized healthcare blogs. Why has healthcare created so many niche healthcare blogs, and does that reflect on other industries and their blog opportunities?Natural NichesHealthcare blogging is interesting because, in a sense, the audience comes already broken up into niches and in fact there’s a strong history Read More →

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Could PDF Replicas be the Audience Development Tool You’ve Been Looking For?

Audience development is an important factor for all newspapers and magazines. Without a paying audience, how will you have the money to keep printing and stay in business? With the world moving towards technology, you need to keep up and PDF replicas could be the tool for you. What Are PDF Replicas? These are just as the name suggests: replicas of your publication in a Read More →

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5 Misconceptions About Blogs and Website Monetization

On the Internet, there’s little truth to the conventional wisdom, and this is especially true with monetizing a website or a blog. Website monetization can be a great source of income, but it can also be difficult to parse. Here are a few misconceptions about monetizing your website you’ll see far too often. SEE ALSO: 3 Keys to Monetizing Your BlogThe Only Way to Monetize a Read More →

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5 Ways Newspapers are Using Social Media

Old media, meet new media. A recent report from the Indiana University school of journalism shows how journalists in the United States use social media. The report is entitled “The American Journalist in the Digital Age.” It’s authored by Laura Willnat and David Weaver, both journalism professors. The authors surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. journalists online late last year and found that about 40% of journalists said Read More →

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Expert Interview with Marcos Lujan on Job Board Innovations

The task of searching and applying for a new job is stressful enough without adding the complication of trawling endless websites and job boards. So when Marcos Lujan and his two business partners began building Jobmanji at the end of 2012, their goal was to create a job site that was easy to use, offered a high-quality user experience compared with the biggest job sites on the market Read More →

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What the Best Healthcare Job Boards Have in Common

Healthcare is an industry that’s expanding rapidly and is just going to become bigger as time goes on. And that means hospitals and medical facilities will be fighting harder and harder for the best possible candidates, posting on every job board they can find. But what defines the best healthcare job boards? We analyzed 25 of them to find the common factors. SEE ALSO: Study the Best Read More →

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Switching Up Broadcast News Marketing: Tap into Emotions

There’s little question that mass media affects emotions. Facebook was recently in the news for conducting a large psychological experiment on nearly 700,000 users by manipulating their news feeds and assessing the effects on their emotions. The study found that emotions expressed by others on Facebook influence a user’s emotions, demonstrating a form of “emotional contagion.” The importance of the study (regardless of questions raised by privacy groups Read More →

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Print Newspapers are Still the Pinnacle in Audience Engagement

Sometimes the old habits are hardest to break. Just because the world has gone digital, doesn’t mean readers have followed the trend, or even prefer to read digital media. New data available from a study concerning reader engagement found that print newspapers are in the lead. This means print newspapers still provide more reader engagement than TV, digital newspapers, radio, magazines and other media outlets. What Makes Read More →

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