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Jan. 11, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The repetition of news coverage, Star Tribune shares newsletter stats, Google click rates fall fast outside of top slots

The click rate on Google search page ads falls by more than 50% when an ad isn’t in the top 4 spots. http://j.mp/4LD5jJ »

A good reason to get high quality video: partnerships that pop up down the road. http://j.mp/7lZepJ »

News-centric newsletters from the Star Tribune, all with more than 36k subscribers, have a +17% open rate. http://j.mp/7l0IJr »

The screenshots in Google Fast Flip got a considerable bump in size. From this http://j.mp/5ggVvd to this http://j.mp/4Ya2CW »

A one-week Pew study of 6 Baltimore news stories finds 83% of the coverage was repetitive. http://j.mp/5mAbSs »

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