Nieman reports on a fascinating experiment in traffic-chasing content from Gawker which provides all sorts of insights into just how valuable that content is, and where it sits in the wider editorial mix. Here’s what they did:
“Each day for two weeks, a [different] single staff writer would be assigned “traffic-whoring duty.”” Continue reading
From here. More in the next post…
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