News Leadership 3.0

June 13, 2009

Weekend reading:  “Why we link”

Link: Ryan Sholin offers a compelling list of reasons news organizations and journalists can benefit from the linking network

Be sure to check out “Why we link: A brief rundown of the reasons your news organization needs to tie the Web together” from Ryan Sholin of Publish2
A taste:
- Because we owe it to our readers to give them as much information as we have at our fingertips.
- Because linking to sources and resources is the key gesture to being a citizen of the Web and not just a product on the Web.
- Because it will make your job easier.

Are you part of the link network? What benefits do you see to linking to the content of others?

Also, check out “9 Crucial UI Features of Social Media and Networking Sites.”



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