What if front pages were selected by newspapers’ readers instead of their editors?
Sweden has a long history of quality reporting – they became the first country in the world to enact a Freedom of Information Act to cover their government back in 1766. Today, the country has one of the highest rates of broadband usage per head of population in the world, making online media a perfect…
Profile: How the Think Progress newsroom stays on top in the social web – with a little help from Spike
Judd Legum is the Editor-in-Chief of Think Progress, a popular American liberal news site. He and his his team have been using Spike for the past year. Here, he tells us about how it helps with his site’s journalism.
Did you read the story suggesting there’s no correlation between shares and content being read? It turns out there’s more to it.
If you cover the world of business, you’ll know it doesn’t take a break. Luckily, neither does Spike. In fact, we’ve just made it even easier to keep track of what’s happening in the business world, in real-time.
Interactive quizzes involving muppets, home places and House of Cards characters have suddenly become some of the most popular content formats on the web. We look at the share figures.
With the Winter Olympics well under way in Sochi, we took a look at our data from Spike to see what snow-related stories really got people sharing.
A cruise on azure Mediterranean waters, hiking through rugged mountain passes or just taking in the sights of an alluring cityscape…
Following on from our posts on the biggest Twitter and Facebook publishers of last month, we present the biggest LinkedIn publishers of last month, from Forbes to Wired.
Following on from our January Facebook publishers rankings, here are the biggest Twitter publishers of last month, according to our Spike database.
As Facebook turns 10, we look at who’s having the most success in using the biggest social network in the world to put their content in front of eyeballs.
On NewsWhip’s blog, we’re starting a series on content marketing, based on lessons from our own experience. First up – should you be using infographics to tell your story?