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Feb. 22, 2021 / larskjensen.dk 🇩🇰
What is the struggle between Australia and Facebook all about – and how does the Danish approach differ from the Australian? And why is it about links (again)?
Jan. 28, 2021 / Journalisten 🇩🇰
It is a journalistic, economic and democratic problem, that the (Danish) media aren’t covering the tech industry sufficiently. If we want to change that, we can learn from the errors of the media during the financial crisis.
Jan. 20, 2021 / Products in Publishing
For many years, Google Analytics has been the go-to tool for website analytics and insights, for publishers as well. Now one of Denmark’s biggest and busiest websites is saying goodbye.
Nov. 13, 2020 / Digital Ugerevy 🇩🇰
Audio and podcasting keeps growing. But the money aren’t. This article will get you up to speed on the trends and possibilites – and you’ll read about a Danish media startup who want to make money by adding audio to quality content from international publishers.
Oct. 24, 2020 / Products in Publishing
What do you really need to know about your visitors? And what if they reject your cookies? Let’s look at some alternatives to Google Analytics.
Nov. 12, 2019 / larskjensen.dk 🇩🇰
Emails from publishers are no longer mere links til content on the website. Instead they are increasingly becoming products of their own – and that explains why more newsletters are becoming paid.
Also available in English: Newsletters as Products
Jan. 2, 2019 / larskjensen.dk 🇩🇰
Publications and publishers have always been platforms creating connections between different people. But for the niche publications this role is even more interesting.
Apr. 8, 2020 / larskjensen.dk 🇩🇰
The spread of coronavirus and COVID-19 means that we see even more graphs and visualizations – and some that are hard to understand. That’s why it’s important we get better and reading information graphics and know some of the tricks used in the not quite so honest data visualizations.
Mar. 31, 2020 / larskjensen.dk 🇩🇰
A book about innovation which is actually about proper innovation? There are a lot of examples in this book (maybe even a little too many) which some strong points – and the actionable recaps throughout the book are great.