New Ways to Break the Humanitarian News

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How do you get ‘forgotten’ humanitarian stories seen in a world where so much news conflicts for attention? For Julie Mollins, a senior journalist with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters which owns the Reuters news agency, it is by creating and nurturing communities-based ad-free news channels. Julie is communities editor… Read more »

Whoever Tells the Best Stories Wins

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There’s a difference between a story, and a story that moves people to action. Karen Dietz explains how you get to tell the second type of story by asking the right kind of questions and listening.

Take Your Blog to the World

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Renée Blodgett has been blogging for 15 years and she has much, much more than basic tips to give away. Learn from her insights how to think like a business and make your blog the center of it.

Bhupesh Shah: Marketing Meets Education

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With technology advancing as quickly as it is, there is often a sense that academia and education will be left in the dust. Professors can be seen as being out of touch with the youth they teach, isolated from the tech-savvy world, and all-around outdated in their methods. However, Bhupesh Shah may have something to… Read more »

Ann Smarty: How to be a Guest Blogging Rockstar

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Thinking about a guest blogging strategy? Get the lowdown from Ann Smarty, founder of MyBlogGuest and former Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Journal. You are best known as founder of MyBlogGuest nowadays. How is it going after two years? I’ve been on the Internet marketing and blogging for about seven years; I’m happy to hear people… Read more »