When the media is on a roll, it’s tempting to get creative and use it as a way to get a lot of eyeballs.
For instance, here’s an interesting technique used by the Italian news outlet Sport.
They use the phrase “socially relevant article” to refer to an article that will be relevant to the general audience, and also for a specific topic or topic in particular.
They explain:We don’t need a formal title, but we do need a description of the content and its purpose.
We need to be able to link to this article by using the keywords “social justice”, “health” and so on.
This is where Sport’s trick is useful: instead of listing the exact words that they want to mention in the article, they put an ad for a “special edition” of a certain kind of sports event, which they call a “sport report”.
The article will then be a part of the media frenzy that surrounds the event, and it will feature the “special” edition of the event.
The article can also be used as a kind of advertising banner, as they have a page with all the sports reports from the event on it.
The concept is similar to the way that the press is now using “news stories” to sell their product.
In the case of Sport, this is a kind the media would be better off not using in the first place, since there is a good chance that this would lead to a very negative reaction from the general public, even though they may have actually read the article and found it to be interesting and informative.
The news stories used by Sport for the special edition of an event have become popular since the beginning of the year, with Sports being the first news outlet to use the technique.
But it is worth mentioning that the “scoop” and the “baggage” are also very well used by other media outlets, especially newspapers and magazines.
Sport used to have a huge advertising budget, but nowadays they’re not so good at it.
Sport also uses a different type of advertising to get people interested in the news.
It uses the word “social media”, which is very similar to “advertiser-driven” news in that it usually refers to a specific social network.
The main difference between the two is that social media is not used to drive traffic to a site, but to inform the readers about the news in a way that will make them want to subscribe to it.
Sport has even put together a list of popular sites and sites that are popular among the Italian population.
For example, they have the article “The future of the soccer calendar”.
It has an image of a soccer ball, which looks like a football.
They put a banner on top of the article: “Soccer in Italy, the future of soccer”.
It looks like there is no content in the banner: it’s just a banner that says “Socially Responsible”, but it does include the keyword “SOCIAL MEDIA”.
That’s right, they’ve created a social media strategy for the Italian sports media.
It’s a very interesting approach, which is probably why it’s been used in such a big way, with some of the top newspapers and broadcasters including the one that owns the Italian national team (and who also owns the national television channel).
But Sport doesn’t use it exclusively for sports; it also uses it for news.
They publish a whole list of sports-related topics that the media are looking for, and the articles include topics like “The Italian National Team”, “Italy’s players”, “The World Cup”, “Cultural identity” and “The sport of Italy”.
This is a very unique way to reach the Italian media.
Sport’s strategy has also made some interesting use of social media.
They’re using it for the story about the Juventus-Napoli match, which has been running on Twitter since March 25.
There, Sport’s tagline is “Napoli: The Italian team” (and it also includes the hashtag “NAPOLI”).
The title of the story, “How to win at Napoli”, is very well done.
It starts with the following sentence: “Napolinese coach Gianluigi Buffon and his team played a perfect game in the Serie A last night, winning 2-1.”
That’s not a bad summary of the game.
The next sentence is “He made a great start, but Juventus kept playing better.”
It goes on to say that “the Juventus defense was terrible, and Buffon’s team came back to win 2-0”.
And it concludes with the phrase, “After the game, the press was quite surprised, and a lot asked questions about the coach and the team.”
It’s very well written, but there is one major flaw: there’s no information about the team.
There are a few images of Buffon on the banner, but nothing about the players.