The days of traffic for traffic’s sake are over — there must be a focus on community

“Traffic for traffic’s sake may be today’s model, but its lifespan is short,” writes John Robinson. “Instead, for future viability, news sites must become community hubs – a place where people go for trusted news, information, personality and connection.” Robinson suggests eight ways to do this like focusing on stories that solve people’s problems and stories that address jobs to be done.

Digital publishing and advertising should aim for high-quality user experiences(Medium)

What technology skills do journalism students really need to learn? (Nieman Lab)