We live in the period of personalization.
Online newspapers should offer groups of onlookers the likelihood to redo their landing pages, enabling the perusers to pick which subjects, labels, areas, substance and creators they need to pursue, and which ones they need to cover up. In its versatile application, The Guardian is conceding such a decisional capacity to its individuals.
Landing pages are losing their pertinence, we definitely realize that: we should give them one final opportunity to in any case be an important — and enjoyable — portal for clients to get to the news. The genuine test here? To give a customized peruser encounter without confining them in the “channel bubbles” we once in a while involvement in our Facebook channels, and in the meantime without losing the article voice that makes the distribution emerge.
Building an unmistakable network could enhance the significance of a news association among its individuals. So truly, we have to reshape the manner in which we examine online — and I’m anxious to perceive what will be the yield of the Coral Project, an intriguing joint exertion between The Washington Post, The New York Times and the Knight-Mozilla OpenNews-however we’ll likewise need to envision new social layers of cooperation and combination between the clients.