Imagine how different the world would be if we only chose to seek or create information that was true, good, or useful. Highly recommend this post by Charlie Gilkey
Over time, the idea of content curation has felt like more and more of a catchphrase that is really encompassing many smaller activities that are adding structure and insight to the cacophony of information being published online. What if we could define not just content curation as a macro activity, but look at how curation might be applied in very specific situations? This post shares 5 potential models for content curation. It’s a starting point for discussion.
Blog content curation involves more than just collecting links, that’s aggregation not curation. It involves selection, enhancement (titles and images) and commentary. In this post, Heidi Cohen shares the 5 Most popular blog content curation format.
Content curation enables you to provide quality content to your audience without constantly shouting me, me, me! Use these 3 content curation superpowers to provide value to your audience. Select quality content, put it in context, and make it easy to find. This helps build your authority and your network by engaging with key thought leaders in your category.
Content curation is not about collecting links or being an information pack rat, it is more about putting them into a context with organization, annotation, and presentation. Content curators provide a customized, vetted selection of the best and most relevant resources on a very specific topic or theme.
This post is a bit scattered, but has lots of relevant links.
To truly succeed as a curator, you need to think like a curator (not just an aggregator) and keep the following in mind.
There is still a certain stigma attached to content curation — especially from CEOs and even CMOs who quiver, “But we don’t want to lose our customers” or “Isn’t that just stealing?” If your brand is still getting into content marketing, there’s a good chance that you are grappling too.
Agorapulse takes a look at the pros and cons of content creation and content curation.
Content curation versus content aggregation is a challenge many marketers face due to limited budgets and their prospects’ insatiable need for content.
As a marketer, it’s useful to have both content curation and content aggregation capabilities in your content marketing toolbox.
Curating the best sources about your industry on your site and, especially, using your social media profiles as a medium to share your discoveries, can really help you in obtaining the objective of becoming – if not the – at least one of reference in your industry.
To better understand what content curation is and how to use it to achieve your business objectives, here’s how nineteen content marketing experts define content curation.
By the end of this post, you’ll know which types of curated content you should create as well as how to create them in order to maximize your results when it comes to traffic, shares, and subscribers.
Want to learn the absolutely most effective curation tactics and best practices – the ones to make sure your efforts produce real results? Here’s a breakdown of the three tactics to ensure that your curation efforts are noticed, appreciated, and rewarded.
Curated content isn’t just sharing or aggregating other people’s content. Content curation can be totally new, original content that you publish for the first time. To help you curate content that breaks through the clutter and supports your business objectives, here are eight examples of content curation.
Content is an essential part of your social media marketing plan. As a social media marketer, you need to both create original content and curate content from other sources. . To help your content curation become less of a chore, Sprout Social looks at nine tactics you can use to maintain control and keep fresh.
Content curation is simply leveraging a piece of content someone else created and sharing it with your network after adding a unique comment. It can be as simple “Check this out …” Just make sure the original content creator gets full credit.
Here are some simple steps content curation methodologies you can use.
When we hear about a great idea from someone we respect, we’re often tempted to dive headlong into that hole. Copyblogger created this decision tree so you can decide if you should start a curated email newsletter.
Sumo.Com reveal the easy 3-step content curation process to help you build a massive list.