The only thing new in this story was that Gawker put its celebrity sightings atop a Google map with pretty Wisp boxes. The only thing new was a redesign. What the press was supposedly up-in-arms about — readers “stalking” celebrities and reporting their encounters — has been going on since Gawker began.
Ehrensenf ist nicht mehr ganz frisch, dennoch mussten wir mal wieder Buzzmachine lesen, um auf dem neusten deutschen Stand zu sein. Ehrensenf also, ein Anagramm zu "Fernsehen": gar wunderbares Vodcasting-Programm. Muss man schauen.
Again, some (completely confusing or even totally wrong and much too short) quotes:
Michael Smith, VP and GM forbes.com: Our headlines are indeed offered to the engines in the same way that the site shows them (about SEO).
Bob: There is a lot of speed dating through search.
Lauren Wiener, Meredith Interactive: 1/3 to 1/2 of the traffic comes through search.
Lauren: Our PIs coming from search are not necessarily less. Some of those people are viewing 8, 10, 14 pages.
Lauren: Offer very targeted e-mail-newsletters to get them to sign up as a relationship builder.
Michael: Forbes.com has 15 Million unique users a month.
Bob: Each of 15 brands has partnerships with Yahoo, etc. We make money of the search and then money of the rest of the clickstream.
Michael: We are in the display advertising business.
Jeff: Is google an issue for us or mannah from heaven?
Bob: We are thinking about choice and voice.
Michael: We have great success winning TV ad dollars. [by producing video feeds]
Michael: The video group is part of our editorial staff.
Jeff: The first step is not blogging. The first step is to listen. Link out and get links back.
Jeff: Print has to get out of it's print mentality. Our business is about relationships.
Jeff: The temptation is to edit blogs as you edit and article. That takes the life out of it.