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Articles by Amy Webb

Amy Webb is CEO and principal consultant for Webbmedia. She has spent more than 15 years working with digital media, founding several web-based companies and now advising various startups, retailers, government agencies and media organizations. She is a former reporter and writer for Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal.
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“Smart news organizations know that in 2015, the value of our attention will continue to eclipse the value of our clicks.”
“Our interests are temporal, as is the news cycle. But those two don’t always align perfectly.”
“A successful aggregation strategy must rely on editorial curation rather than algorithm alone. And it should dutifully credit those from whom an idea originated.”
The digital strategist shares the big tech trends we can expect to emerge in the coming year.
December 22, 2010
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