Access to immediate information is crucial for today’s business journalist wanting to get the job done right and on deadline. Smartphones with full web access make it easy to find almost anything you need on the go. We’ve found the best apps.
Just because you may not have access to a full-fledged graphics department, doesn’t mean you have to be left out of the rise of the online infographic and all the extra page views that come along with it. Several websites have emerged in recent months that make it easier than ever for business journalists to [...]
In my previous post, I discussed some challenges that social media poses for business journalists who want to remain above reproach professionally while also enjoying the reporting, career-building and engagement tools available in this new digital age. Because of the variety of roles that journalists can play and the broad continuum of news organizations from [...]
The rise of social media raises a host of questions for business journalists, both in our personal actions and how we do our jobs. Should you “like” the Facebook page of a company you cover so you’re alerted to announcements and can connect with customers as possible sources? Or is that somehow an endorsement that [...]
One of the keys to the digital business model for The Economist online has been to be very careful about trying to grow for the sake of growing, said Deepak Shah, vice president of Marketing Operations, Americas Circulation and The Economist Digital
In this third post from the 2012 ASJA Writers Conference, Maria Perez focuses on the latest in online software and mobile apps for research and reporting, and all the ways these tools can improve your productivity and help you promote your work.
Last week a colleague of mine asked me which Twitter handles I follow for economic news. To answer his question and help you get a head start on Follow Friday, here’s a list of 10 Twitter handles that will help you keep up with the world economy or find the inspiration you’re looking for. @BetseyStevenson — [...]
Hubspot’s Dan Zarrella has launched a new tool that will help us dig into trends on Twitter and I think this has potential to be a very helpful tool for journalists.
She’s been called “the best financial news tweeter extant” and a human aggregator who “always has relevant stories about Wall Street.” Marketplace New York Bureau Chief Heidi N. Moore’s byline should already be familiar to regular readers of this site. Her Twitter handle should be too. For anyone interested in following Wall Street news online, [...]