#jcarn: What is the best way to measure meaningful content? (June 2014)

2 Jun

It’s time for another Carnival of Journalism (hope you enjoyed the Spring Break!). This month’s host is: Prof. Jonathan Groves. You can read the full blog post from Jonathan here: What is the best way of measuring meaningful content? 

For this month’s prompt, I [Jonathan] offer two related questions:

  • How do you define meaningful content that has long-lasting value?
  • What is the best way to evaluate content that fosters deep engagement with the audience?

Take the prompts in whatever direction you wish. I’ll start gathering the results the week of June 25 and post a compilation post the first week of July.

You can read Jonathan’s take on it here.

 

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