Category Archives: Information Resources for Local Bloggers
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I like checking out the Urbanspoon newsletter – it is a great way to learn about new food bloggers in my city. Today’s newsletter includes a link to a new post on the Urbanspoon blog with 2 things I’m … Continue reading
One of my favorite and most used blogging tools is Zemanta – which works with WordPress and/or your browser and offers up content suggestions for your blog posts. Zemanta lets you add images and related links to your blog post … Continue reading
Be sure to follow these five twitter accounts that highlight information and sources for local bloggers and local news. 1. @mybxb Block by Block is a independent hyperlocal news publishers network. They are working to help share information about what … Continue reading
Head on over to Street Fight to read about the growth of hyperlocal sites and what the future may hold for them. An excerpt from the article: The decline of print newspapers created a well-documented gap in local news, but … Continue reading
Head on over to The Richard Jones Journalism Blog to read about what British journalist Richard Jones has learned from running a hyperlocal site. Jones is founder and editor of Saddleworth News, a hyperlocal site all about the news, events, … Continue reading