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Bryan Goldberg

  1. Comment sections are on their way out

    In 2007, when I launched my first website, our comment section was central to the product. We scrutinized every detail of it. We incessantly debated the interactions — should we allow ‘up’ and ‘down’ votes? — and considered “comments per article” to be a major KPI.

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  2. Facebook is no longer a social network. It’s the world's most powerful news reader

    It was barely two years ago that things were starting to look absolutely awful for Facebook.

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  3. Super Bowl shows that Facebook is winning the "don’t be evil" game

    This has been a great day of Super Bowl commercials.

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  4. Young techies, know your place!

    So, let me get this straight…

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  6. The Facebook content game: Who will win and who will lose?

    Last month, I wrote about media companies that receive most — if not all — of their traffic from Facebook. These websites, which specialize in “viral traffic” and “highly-shareable” stories, have seen monster growth in a short span of time. In that article, I highlighted some of the major risks and potential challenges in this high-stakes game.

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  7. Viral content is going to be a terrible business model

    Last week, Business Insider published a list of some red-hot, up-and-coming media properties that have achieved monster traffic numbers seemingly overnight.

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  8. What I learned as a young entrepreneur living in San Francisco

    I like to think of San Francisco as my other alma mater — the way that many people my age, who are just completing PhD programs or medical residencies, would view their graduate school campus.

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