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User Commenting and Participation Online
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Content + Commentary: How Media Brands Invite, Manage, and Benefit From 
User Commenting and Participation Online

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Bond Art + Science looked at how traditional media and online publications invite, manage and benefit from user participation, and we identified some best practices and common pitfalls.

Bond Art + Science looked at how traditional media and online publications invite, manage and benefit from user participation, and we identified some best practices and common pitfalls.

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  • 1. CONTENT + COMMENTARY How Media Brands Invite, Manage, and Benefit From User Commenting and Participation Online Content + Commentary | September 2008
  • 2. The general interest of the masses might take the place of the insight of genius if it were allowed freedom of action. If you ever want to lose faith in —Denis Diderot, humanity, read any comments French philosopher (b. 1713) section on the internet. —Benjamin Dolnick, American author (b. 1982) Image by lemontwist301 Race Crowd on Flickr 2 Content + Commentary | September 2008