In the past few years, a number of major websites have started to use the new “match formula” approach for determining who to include on a list of news articles.
The formula is similar to the one used by the Associated Press to determine the coverage of a story, but the criteria is broader and allows for a broader range of news outlets.
The website “newsify” has a popular feature for creating lists, with its “List of Top 10 Articles” function.
“We know from years of research that there are a lot of people who want to read news, and if they have the time, they are looking for news,” said Dan Curnow, CEO of Newsify.
“It is important to include them.
We are constantly updating this list and it is important for people to keep it up-to-date.”
The formula, which is based on how many articles are read per day, also includes other factors, such as the type of media content, the type and size of the audience and the content.
In general, the formula is more flexible and the sites that use it have a lot more flexibility.
For example, the “List Of Top 10 Videos” function on the “Newsify” website allows you to create a list based on the amount of time people spend watching video content.
It will include links to more than 2,000 videos on YouTube and Facebook, and then you can sort the videos by how often they are watched.
This function has about 70 million users and the average video views per day is about 15 minutes.
In the same vein, you can create a “List On-Topic” or “List From Topics” for topics that are covered on the news website.
You can even add a custom tag to the list to have it appear as a top article on the website.
“With the way this system is used, it is not just about one type of news,” Curnower said.
“People have different tastes.
Curnows website includes newsfeeds that include video content from Facebook and YouTube. “
What we do is we put together a list to include as many of the most popular stories as possible.”
Curnows website includes newsfeeds that include video content from Facebook and YouTube.
The list will show links to all of the articles that have been read by users.
For a “top” article, the link will be to the video that the most people have watched.
The link will also say “The story is featured on Newsify.”
The “Top Stories” feature will show all of these articles and also the top “popular stories” for each topic.
For the “Popular Stories” list, the links will be for each video that has been watched by the most users, or for each news item in the news feed that has had the most traffic.
You will see a “Popularity Index” to show the popularity of each topic in the list.
The “Pop” tag shows up next to the topic on the Newsify site.
The top stories are “Pop,” “Top,” “Pop News,” “Clicks,” “Trends,” “Tech,” “Technology News,” and “Categories.”
“It’s really important for readers to know where the stories come from and what the stories are about,” said Matt Rader, editor of the “Top News” article on Newsified.
“You can see where the story comes from, but you also have to know who the source is.”
A number of big websites use “match” to create lists.
For instance, the New York Times, which has a massive audience, uses the formula to create the list that includes all of its articles, as well as articles from the Associated the Associated Newspapers and the Washington Post.
The Huffington Post has a similar system.
“A big news site like the Huffington Post will put together this list every week, and the way we do it is by having the Top Stories list come up as a separate article,” said Paul Casperson, the senior editor of Newsified, who oversees the list for the Huffington Posts.
“The other news sites have different formulas for what they want to show.
There are a number that have a more specific, less broad approach.
The other news site that I know of is CNN.
They have a list for top stories, but it is actually a list that is a more general approach.”
Caspersen said that a large number of the sites do this because they want a specific audience to watch their content.
“They don’t want to just have a large group of people watch the news, but they also want to have the most important stories to have people watching,” he said.
The process of creating a “matchable” list The process for creating a list is the same for any news site.
If a site has more than 1,000 articles on its site, it can create the “Matchable” tag.
For this type of list, Newsify also makes the list look like a