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Martin Langeveld
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Small Google+ Business Page mystery: my page (+Strolling of the Heifers ) shows "Strolling of the Heifers's 6 followers [then 3 pictures] and 3 more — See All". When I click See All, I just get the 3 whose faces show. Why can't I see the others?
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This happened to me when I created my new profile a few weeks ago... Think it was just a bug. All was well a day or two later.
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It could be my imagination, but suddenly in the last 48 hours the number of different people posting in my Google+ Stream, AND the number of posts, has jumped dramatically. I didn't follow anybody new. I'm guessing it's because of sharing on the new incarnation of Google Reader. Am I right?
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+Martin Langeveld that's correct. I know. I've worked with the team on the launch. :)
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Righthaven bites the dust:
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Tiny clues about the very stealthy AP spinoff, News Licensing Group, continue to emerge. Here's a blog report about a talk in Ohio by Sri Kasi, the outfit's COO. "NLG is going to tag content and make it easier (and presumably well-priced) to license to aggregators. NLG embraces the aggregator, said Kasi. And NLG will serve them . . . . Aggregators are not the enemy, and indeed, are extremely valuable to the news industry’s future, in Kasi’s view." Keep an eye on this, it could turn into "ASCAP for News."
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Matt DeRienzo originally shared:
 
Excellent post by +Steve Yelvington and not just because of the JRC shout-out.
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You know what I'm going to say, but I'll say it anyway: Goes back to "jobs to be done." (Kudos to Morris, one of the few to get that right away and to stay with it.)
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Thanks Gretel, look forward to having you join us again!
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G+ Page signup access tip: if you get the "try again later" message, do a page refresh, or several. It got me in.
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Here's the [start of] the Google+ Page for Strolling of the Heifers!
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Mmm. I detect the hand of John Paton here.
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Media News and the Bay Area News Group, which own the San Jose Mercury News, are about to launch an interesting new initiative to involved the community in what we do. Please read this, let us know what you think, and how we can make this work.
The Bay Area News Group today announced plans to open Community Media Labs centered on the theme: Listen. Engage. Learn. Share. The first will open in Oakland, with others to follow elsewhere in the B...
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Oh yeah. Also the end of the plan to homogenize the papers. Both good moves, I think.
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In the wake of Google's "gangbuster quarter" — here's a so-far-mostly-under-the-radar program they've been rolling out in many states, called "[NAME OF STATE] Get Your Business Online." A partnership with Intuit, it's really a long-tail play by both companies to attract business from the roughly 2/3rds of US businesses that still have zero or minimal online presence. The program, which includes local seminars and at-your-business handholding where needed, provides domain registration and a basic website free for 12 months (it's $4.95/mo. and up thereafter) — but of course that payoff will come in persuading participating businesses to use Google ads and Intuit services.
Google has been slowly rolling out their Get Your Business Online free seminar/website initiative worldwide. They first offered a similar program to SMBs in
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Memo to newspaper publishers: mobile sales apps are among the disruptors aiming to scarf up what's left of your lunch. Witness Fab: a 120-day old startup generating $100K/day selling the kind stuff that's the bread and butter of newspaper preprint advertisers like Target.
Fab.com is now available on iPads, iPhones and Androids, and it's absolutely crushing it.
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Marketing, Consulting, Strategic Planning, Blogging
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  • marketing/media consultant
    Marketing, Social Media, Strategic Planning, Blogging, 2008 - present
  • MediaNews Group
    Publisher, 1995 - 2008
  • Eagle Publishing Co.
    General manager, 1985 - 1995
  • Eagle Publishing Co.
    Various, 1978 - 1985
  • Flying Cloud Inn
    Innkeeper, 1975 - 1978
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Vernon, VT
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Soest, Netherlands - Plainfield NJ - San Francisco CA - New Marlboro MA - Lanesboro MA - Cambridge MA - Ithaca NY - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Texel, Netherlands - Hamilton, Bermuda - Somerset, Bermuda
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Old newspaper guy, media blogger, marketing & strategy consultant, entrepreneur, gardener, Vermonter, cook
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I'm Martin Langeveld, a longtime newspaper executive who is now engaged in marketing, public relations and strategic planning.

I launched my blog News After Newspapers in Sept. 2008, and while I continue to update it with new posts, my main blogging home is now at Harvar's Nieman Journalism Lab.

I am one of the founders of CircLabs Inc., a Silicon Valley-based firm offering a holistic, user-centric suite of solutions aimed at sustaining journalism in a digital world. Although right now it's operating in a very back-burner mode.
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  • MIT
    BS in Engineering and Humanities, 1966 - 1970
  • Cornell University
    MPS in Hotel Admin, 1972 - 1975
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