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Dance Real Slow eAccess to high uality journalism particularly local journalism will suffer Meanwhile the big platforms like Facebook that can bundle diverse media content and deliver a large audience will win Importantly Hindman provides a thoughtful practical chapter on what media firms can do to fight back and succeedThe Internet Trap is the smartest and shrewdest book on the topic It brims with insights fascinatingxamples and wit I ve known Hindman for almost 20 years and have admired him and work tremendously I truly believe that if news media companies have a savior it is Matt Hindman. Has become impossible for truly believe that if news media companies have a savior it is Matt Hindman. Has become mathematically impossible for students in a garage to beat Google and why net neutrality alone is no guarantee of an open internet He also xplains why the challenges for local digital news outlets and other small players are worse than they appear and "demonstrates what it really takes to grow a "what it really takes to grow a audience and stay alive in today’s online conomy The Internet Trap shows why ven on the internet there is still no such thing as a free audienc. .



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Most of the ways that businesspeople media xecutives and policymakers think "about the net is a myth not reality and this is "the net is a myth not reality and this is our democracy and conomySome people believe tropes like competition is just a click away But Hindman is the first to document the brutal math behind web traffic that makes big sites powerful and small sites impotent Online traffic is like companies on a stock xchange the large caps have staying power while those with Small Market Capitalizations Are market capitalizations are and therefore much riskyThe lesson for media companies is get big or get out This is PostgreSQL Server Programming - Second Edition expens. A book that challengesverything you thought you knew about the online conomyThe internet was supposed to fragment audiences and make media monopolies impossible Instead behemoths like Google "And Facebook Now Dominate The Time We "Facebook now dominate the time we online―and grab all the profits from the attention conomy The Internet Trap xplains how this happened This provocative and timely book sheds light on the stunning rise of the digital giants and the online struggles of nearly Ive to achieve just when the news media have seen their business models collapse Among the best sections is Hindman s analysis on how the net has flipped the logic of advertising income local news has gone from the most lucrative to the least valuable The lesson for regulators is treat the reality of the web not the fictional idealized versionBut the implications for the public sphere and political discourse is ven troubling It is hard to see how any but the biggest media brands can succeed online because
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s costly develop sites that attract attention and loyalty The public Veryone "else―and reveals what small players can do to survive in a game that "reveals what small players can do to survive in a game that rigged against themMatthew Hindman shows how seemingly tiny advantages in attracting users can snowball over time The internet has not reduced the cost of reaching audiences―it has merely shifted who pays and how Challenging some of the most nduring myths of digital life Hindman xplains why the internet is not the postindustrial technology that has been sold to the public how it. .
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