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Make content curation faster and easier by combining Feedly and IFTTT to become the go-to expert in your niche and provide more value to your clients.
Click and learn how to automate the creation of a list in Google drive of relevant content which you might wish to share. When you have time, just click the links and write the updates. I'm heading off to test this.
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Cat explains the importance of curated content, how you can create it, along with tools and ideas to make it easy to do so.
What are the benefits of CONTENT CURATION? authority, outreach and time savings. See video on how to do it, too.
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Content curation is a great way to shine on the Web. But how do we make this easy and practical? At Scoop.it we're constantly amazed by the great work our awes
Highly visual and professional intro to CONTENT CURATION on platforms like Scoop.it.
Dean set out to identify why Content Curation websites have grown so quickly. What happened next you won't believe.
Find the pros and cons of CONTENT CURATION sites, and a discussion of who they work best for.
Interesting list of such sites, divided into these categories: general, design based, news based, meme based, and personal (which includes scoop.it.)
CURATION - The Growth of Content Curation Sites
The “trending topics” section on Twitter has always been a fascinating example of virality to me. Sometimes, you get the weirdest combination of stuff (Pandora, women, and Christmas?
Become a brand journalist who "creates news-type stories within a specific editorial line in a 100% reactive way."
Use a "leaner, better, faster, and more topical" approach to your audience.
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Learn how to pick a niche for content curation. Picking what topic to curate is one of the most important things y ou can do for success with curation.
Learn how to pick a niche that is not too broad or too narrow for CONTENT CURATION. Consider your monetization strategies up front.
"Where is the monetization from? Is it going to be advertising, is it an email opt-in that I lead into other affiliate offers? So think about monetization first before you dive into a niche and really spend all the building out a site and effort curating content."
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If you want to use content curation for your organization, but are not sure how it fits into your content marketing strategy, consider these four business benefits. Content Marketing Institute also...
ONTENT CURATION benefits are:
- "Taming the firehose of content - Faster, more agile content marketing - Adding points of view and distinct experiences - Empowering and engaging target audiences" Click for a list of questions to evaluate content curation solutions.
Curation is nothing new, but online content curation is still in its early stages. Many content marketers are still unsure about what constitutes ethical content curation. If you're in this group, ...
How to curate the work of others professionally and ethically:
- "Draw from a variety of sources - Prominently link to the original source - Avoid “nofollow” links - Quote sparingly - Insert your own point of view - Fill in the gaps - Use thumbnail images - Give readers the option to close an iFrame or share bar - Add a new title - Claim Google authorship, as appropriate"Click for the explanations and details.
Quote: "Never copy and paste the original author’s headline. Instead, write your own headline so that you’re not competing with the original author in search results. Retitling also gives you the chance to play up certain aspects of the piece that the author may have downplayed, as well as to incorporate words or phrases that will resonate more strongly with your particular audience."
I have been hesitant to change titles too much, feeling like this was part of the original authorship. I just add a prominent keyword relative to my index. I will feel freer now to change title copy.
"The hard part is getting your audience to engage. Without audience engagement (comments, shares, likes, and so on), curated content isn’t doing all that it could be for your brand, or your blog."
You can CURATE ENGAGING INFO when you...
- "Curate from a variety of sources - Think multi-platform - Get reader input - Say something unexpected - Include a strong call to action"
Well, reader, to follow these guidelines, let me encourage you to comment. Do you curate? Do your readers engage?
Trying to cull the vast expanses of the Internet for content that’s relevant to your readers and customers takes a lot of work, but these tools can help make it easier.
Aggregation dashboards—multiple source feeds directed to one place 1. NetVibes.com 2. Symbaloo.com 3. ProtoPage.com 4. Feedly.com 5. Individurls.com 6. Google Sites Content discovery tools—feeds based on keywords and trending posts/topics 7. iFlow.com 8. Zite app 9. ContentGems.com 10. Scoop.it
Discover and deliver—content discovery and publishing with one tool 11. Trap.it 12. PostPlanner.com
All-in-one solutions—discovery, organization, and sharing from a central source 13. Curata.com Content planning tools—taking your original and curated content and organizing it for review/approval and publishing 14. Kapost.com 15. Compendium.com
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Lists are good things. With so much new stuff coming out all the time, it's easy to miss something that might be of use.
It doesn’t matter if you are looking for more search engine rankings, better site authority, a more dedicated following, or more social media buzz. Curation is the best way for busy people to reap the rewards of a high-traffic site without spending all day, every day, writing content and trying to "trick" people into visiting their sites with mediocre content.
"Flipboard is an aggregation service that lets users grab content from anywhere and compile it into visually stunning digital magazines."
Small businesses can use the Flipboard CURATION platform to:
- "Publish your content - Curate a magazine - Tell a story"
Click to see examples of each and learn more.
We are continuing our series on How to Make the Most of Your HootSuite Account by reviewing how businesses can use HootSuite to find and share great content to their social networks.
Learn how to curate content using Hootsuite's socials streams or Hootsuite Syndicator.
One benefit - you can curate from multiple accounts, such as business and personal, in the same interface.
Four industry leaders offer insight and advice to enable any brand to attempt curation mastery with greater confidence and skill.
Content curation benefits are thought leadership, market education and supplimental content, the pros say.
In the discussion of ethical standards and practices, Andrew Detweiler of Content Engine recommends that 250 words be the most that are cut and pasted into comments.
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6 recommendations for CURATED CONTENT, in an infographc (with paragraphs?)
At last I understand why an edited title is recommended. It's so your post does not compete in search with the original for the same keywords.
... there is always more from coming from Curata...
Great conversations with Guillaume Decugis, Mark Schaefer, Phil Buckley, Mark Traphagen & others last week convince me there's a Curatti in our future.
Conclusions from three pros on CONTENT CURATION:
- "The best content on your websites is THEIRS not YOURS. - Internet marketing moves to 90% curation, 10% creation. - There will be content & User Generated Content (UGC) “Shocks”. - Websites who tell, share & curate the best stories win. - Websites who value & gamify UGC will attract great storytellers. - The Curatti.com multi-author, multi-thread content marketing model works."
In my opinion, there is tremendous value in bringing together relevant and useful content for your audience and trying to make it easier to use.
One of the effects of the rise of popularity in content marketing has been a surge in content curation; the practice of aggregating similar content into on
To use CONTENT CURATION in a content marketing strategy, research indicates that "content curation works as long as it’s accompanied by enough original content."
Curated posts with 200 plus words of original content, or with excerpts and 200 words of original content, showed up high in search rankings.
Recommendations are: - "You must link out to only high-quality sites
- Add value
- Build relationships with your curation sources"
Find out the basics of content curation including its definition, and how to perform successful content curation.
Learn the 4 benefits of content creation and the steps on how to do it.
Find out the difference between two curation models: hybred and curated.
No mention of Scoop.it, but the platform is certainly a great place to find and share content.
Twitter just announced the release of custom timelines. Read on to find out what this exciting development means for the future of content marketing.
Custom timelines are part of the CONTENT CURATION trend allowing individuals, organizations and brands to gather and share targeted content. Twitter, Storify and Uberflip are given as examples.
Quote: "The better you know your audience, the more customized your content creation and the more targeted your content streams."
It's the backbone, the nerve centre, as well as the driving force when it comes to the online world.
Infographic on the CURATION platform Scoop.it -- how it works, SEO advantages, and how it can increase followers.
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Learn the ins and outs of content curation including the best tools, measuring the success of content curation and the best ways of organizing the sources you've collected.
Learn why SOCIAL CONTENT CURATION, how to develop a strategy, find trusted sources, and organize what you have collected. See references and links to model curators.
Quote: "... social content curation is a great “tool” for what it is normally defined as relationship or influencers marketing, as it shares the same purpose: creating trust."
Matt shows you how to find and connect with content curators to get featured in round-ups to get links, traffic, and build your blog's audience.
CONTENT CURATORS can help you find and build your audience. Learn who they are, where to find them, how to reach out,
CURATION outreach tips:
- "Ask for feedback - Share a round-up if you are included - Look for Curators in Adjacent Content Markets" Click to learn more.
Is it time for you to post on Facebook or send out a Tweet on Twitter...but you don't have anything cool to share with your content-hungry followers? If so, the
Here's a free 6 minute VIDEO about how to use Feedly, Prismatic and Buffer to CURATE and SHARE CONTENT with your followers.
CONTENT CURATION explained in an infographic -- link curation, list curation, social interest, social pinboard, and content curation.
Need a tool that wraps up content curation, social sharing and social analytics? Read this in-depth comparison to see how Scoop.it and Swayy compare.
See comparison of these two CONTENT CURATION platforms.
Quote: "Scoop.it wins on the sheer number of places you can share content to, but I love the hashtag and mention suggestions in Swayy."
Is it useful to have a section of my site that re-posts from other sites?
Big question and straight answer : How is content curation affected by Google's Panda and Penguin updates.
Guillaume Decugis offers a valuable perspective on curation, the impact of Google algorithm changes on SEO and side references of course to Matt Cutts. In a phrase: "Add value!"
Anytime Matt speaks about SEO we should listen. In this video he specifically discusses SEO and content creation. He recommends a separate website page for old blog posts. I assume Google can identify the old content as separate and, therefore, acceptable rather than someone trying to game the system by throwing up a bunch of old or curated content in hopes of improve search engine results on the back of other people's content.