• http://www.adamdince.com/ Adam Dince

    Great post, Kelsey! Heading over to Twitter now to follow you :).

  • http://docsheldon.com/ Doc Sheldon

    Excellent stuff, Kelsey. Interesting to see that aside from the email aspect, things haven’t really changed that much from print 40 years ago.

  • http://GWhiting.com/ Geoff Whiting

    The legend in the chart associated with “Exclusive research came in first (39%), followed by breaking news (27%), and emotional stories (15%)” is ranking these differently.

  • http://chaseacloud.com Stani Milev

    “Exclusive research came in first (39%), followed by breaking news (27%), and emotional stories (15%). ” but the chart says different. Which one is true?

  • http://www.Frac.tl Kelsey Libert

    @disqus_mkX5VWGcAU:disqus @stani_milev:disqus Good catch! This data has been published elsewhere, and you were the only two to notice! This was a design mistake, the text is correct: Exclusive research (39%), Breaking news (27%), Emotional stories (15%), Relevant Content (19%).

  • http://www.Frac.tl Kelsey Libert

    Thanks @AdamDince:disqus, glad you enjoyed the research!

  • http://www.Frac.tl Kelsey Libert

    Appreciate it, @doc_sheldon:disqus. As someone who wasn’t around 40 years ago, I’d love to hear you elaborate on how it’s similar. Could be a really interesting blog post, actually.