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Friday Fast Five + Five: Your Guide To New Media

It’s the end of the month, and very close to the end of the year. So below are not five, not 10 but 20 hacks, tips and tools you can try out as you work on boosting your digital storytelling skills in 2015. Enjoy, and happy new year!

  1. Medium – How they did it — Part 1: Spotting storytelling tools in the wild
  2. Knight BlogNew Digital Tools Every Journalist Should Try
  3. LinkedInThe Top 10 Get Sh*t Done Tools
  4. PBS8 Digital Tools Every Journalist Should Try
  5. GigaomHow to get faster answers to your searches in Google Chrome for Android
  6. IJNet – SoundCite makes it easier to add audio clips to text stories
  7. Blogging Tips – Top 10 Essential URL Shorteners 
  8. Knight Center, University of Texas – Maps, timelines and infographics: 5 tools to build your own interactive visualizations
  9. RebelMouse – 7 ways to write better headlines
  10. Re/Code Here’s the Twitter Tracking Tool More People Should Know About
  11. PBS10 Social Media Tips for a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign
  12. Mashable – 7 Tips for Surviving The Leap From Employee to Entrepreneur 
  13. Buffer Social – The Ideal Length of Everything Online, Backed by Research
  14. Gizmodo10 tricks to make yourself an Evernote master
  15. PBS11 Steps to a Better Twitter Stream
  16. Knight Digital Media Center – Tools for mobile community engagement
  17. Mashable – How I Gained 68,000 Followers by Live-Tweeting
  18. Socialbrite – 9 time-saving tips to write more blog posts
  19. Blogging Tips – 8 Ways to Use Video the Right Way on Your Blog 
  20. MediaBistroThe 7 Elements of an Optimized Twitter Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]
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