Top 10 posts of 2013: Teaching online journalism
In case you missed them, here are links to the posts on this blog that were viewed most often in the past year, according to the stats provided by WordPress. Only three on the list are from 2013 (I published only 27 posts this year). The oldest are from 2008 (also three posts), demonstrating the value of the long tail.
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1) Timelines in journalism: A closer look – 4,591 views (I’ve studied the stats on this post — people come mostly via search, often with terms including the words history or examples)
2) 10 examples of bespoke article design and scrolling goodness – 3,082 views
3) 10 Rules for Visual Storytelling – 2,964 views
4) Advice to journalism students: Forget grad school! – 2,094 views
5) Recording phone interviews: A solution that works – 1,840 views
6) Best social media tools for journalists – 1,601 views
7) Get started with Web coding. Part 1: HTML and CSS – 1,514 views (there were five posts in this series)
8) How to shoot video interviews – 1,240 views
9) Cheat sheet for multimedia story decisions – 1,120 views
10) Aggregation and curation in journalism – 1,077 views
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