These are notes taken with my tablet during the “Recent Trends in Enterprise WordPress Content” session at WordCamp Switzerland 2014 and I published them immediately after the talk. You can get a list of all my live-blogging posts of this WordCamp. Beware there may be mistakes, inaccuracies, and other imperfections in all these posts.
Sara Rosso. Content trends on word press
#longread is trending upwards
Long half life online. Shared long after publication.
Quartz. 500-800 words articles have less shares. Than breaking news or long form analysis have more.
Buzzfeed goes long form with BuzzReads
Newsletters are handy for content discovery.
Quartz’ daily brief. 70000 subscribers. >40% open rates. Hand crafted newsletters. Editions by geographic area.
USA Today. HBR.
wall street journal’s 10 points.
Micro sites and corporate.
Facebook newsroom. Google ventures. Alberta zmotor association.
Banks are coming to WordPress.
Bata runs on word press.
Coca Cola France runs on WordPress.
Social Media. Content has to be ready to be shared.
NewYorkPost’s Twitter Card.
TED conf blog on Facebook.
Having a picture ups engagement.
LinkedIn brings more and more traffic
Multi Source content.
Washington Post’s supergrid.
Walking Dead app powered by WordPress.
Charts and datajournalism.
FiveThirtyEight.com interactive content on Wp VIP.
Comments. Disabled on major publications. Andrew Sullivan’s TheDish.
Quartz have annotations. Attached to paragraphs instead of the whole post.
NYT. reader perspectives curated by editors.
TechCrunch. Facebook comments make things more quiet and better.
Questions. VIP news and the showcase to get more examples. METRO UK.
SEE her WordCamp Europe presentation.
— Sara Rosso (@rosso) May 3, 2014