Robin Neidorf DIY Content Aggregation - Emerging Alternatives to Traditional Databases
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By Robin Neidorf

Abstract

News is essential to the strategy and success of an organisation but the number of sources which need to be monitored is increasing exponentially whilst budgets decrease or remain static. Investments in tools need to be carefully scrutinised in terms of objectives, perceived risk and needs assessment. This article highlights key findings from a recent FreePint Webinar on DIY content aggregation and provides useful models so that you can more easily identify your own objectives for aggregation - and ways to measure success.

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