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Guess What the NYTimes uses for Blogging Software?



Take a peek at this cool job-ad… The NYTimes, huge media company, uses WordPress for their blogs. Granted, they have integrated WordPress rather nicely on their site, but still…

Whether you’re a big, old media company or a tiny rural library, you can benefit from free, open-source blogging tools!

ps – also take a look at the 37signals Job Board. The job titles are great, for starters (i.e., Rails Ninja, AJAX Hacker, Front End Wizard). But it’s also a great place to see  what cutting-edge skills are needed for current state-of-the-art websites.

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  • http://looktech.org/ Chris J.

    Google pays Digital Point about $10,000 a month, depending on how many people view or click on those ads, said Shawn D. Hogan, the owner and chief technology officer of Digital Point.

    Mr. Hogan said he started the revenue-sharing approach in 2004 “as kind of a marketing gimmick.”

    “But everyone seemed to think it was a cool idea,” he said. “I saw a lot of other sites doing the same thing maybe six months later.”

  • http://looktech.org Chris J.

    Google pays Digital Point about $10,000 a month, depending on how many people view or click on those ads, said Shawn D. Hogan, the owner and chief technology officer of Digital Point.

    Mr. Hogan said he started the revenue-sharing approach in 2004 “as kind of a marketing gimmick.”

    “But everyone seemed to think it was a cool idea,” he said. “I saw a lot of other sites doing the same thing maybe six months later.”

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  • markwitt

    Of course they use wordpress because it is the most versatile blogging tool online. I use it for my content with their plugins for blog posting software.