4 thoughts on “The Skeuomorphic Byline: How Journatic Screwed Up by Looking Backward

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  3. I had the impression the fake bylines were not an effort to make Journatic reports look like traditional stories but to get them on Google News and drive more traffic to them.

  4. Curtis,

    You may well be correct. I’d guess, though, that what gets stories ranked higher on Google News is looking like a traditional news story. So in the end, we may both be making the same point.

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