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    2. The Dawn of the Curator

      The Dawn of the Curator
      Pawan Deshpande of Curata writes in Destination CRM about the rise of the role of a curator with respect to finding content online as information consumers, and as marketers as publishers. In the editorial, he questions the efficacy of Google in finding the best content: Aside from a smorgasbord of other factors, Google primarily ranks content that has the most inbound links. While it can get us part of the ...
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    3. 9 Examples of Social Content Curation Sites

      9 Examples of Social Content Curation Sites
      TopRank has compiled a list of 9 examples of social content curation sites. Unlike expert content curation, where a single curator or small group of curators is determining what content should be published, social curation sites leverage a large audience to bubble up the best content. You should use social curation if your brand has: 1. An active social presence on multiple social networks and media sites2. An active consumer ...
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    4. Joe Pulizzi: More content is not always better

      Joe Pulizzi: More content is not always better
      Joe Pulizzi of the Content Marketing Institute rants about how many content marketers are stuck in an endless race to publish the most content without caring about quality. He suggests a head-check to make sure that we all are actually producing relevant and high quality content: This responsibility falls on every one of us. It is on us to change our wicked ways and stop the contamination that comes from ...
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    5. What is Content Curation?

      What is Content Curation?
      Content Curation is the act of discovering, gathering, and presenting digital content that surrounds specific subject matter. Though it is still considered a "buzz word" by many in the content world, content curation is now becoming a marketing staple for many companies with a successful online presence. Unlike content marketing, content curation does include generating content, but instead, amassing content from a variety of sources, and delivering it in an ...
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    6. Difference between Social Bookmarking and Content Curation explained

      Difference between Social Bookmarking and Content Curation explained
      Many people ask what the difference is between social bookmarketing and content curation. This Quora response explains the differences: Social bookmarking is one method of curation, but it does not encompass it. In particular, social bookmarking particularly lacks the ability for the curator to add significant context and commentary. It also offers curators a limited ability to organize content (through tags only).
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    7. How Did Howard Rheingold Get So “Net Smart”?: An Interview (Part Three)

      How Did Howard Rheingold Get So “Net Smart”?: An Interview (Part Three)
      Interview talking about network knowledge and curation: You talk in the book about what you call network knowledge. Can you define this concept? What kinds of things do you think the ordinary internet user should know about the ways networks work and why? Networks of the technical and social kind and especially their combination have become particularly important today because of our growing reliance on networked devices and online social ...
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    8. MediaPost Publications Blekko Rolls Out Social Site ROCKzi 07/13

      MediaPost Publications Blekko Rolls Out Social Site ROCKzi 07/13
      Search meets social in an entirely new content curation site, ROCKzi, which lets people visually consume and share important news and events. The co-founders of the search engine blekko created the site. If ROCKzi can attract users, combining it with blekko would give marketers and advertisers the long-awaited social-search engine supported by analytics tools. ROCKzi supports searchable topics in 33 news boards for categories like fashion, tech, sports and politics.
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    9. 7 Tips for Creating a "More Popular" Blog

      Establishing a blog on your website is one of the fastest ways to make your product or service known. If you already have a blog and you aren’t getting the results you need, it is time to review your content and ensure it is going to attract readers, and most of all, hold their interest.  Here are 7 tips to get your blog seen, read and shared. 
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    10. Pinterest – Will it Work for my Business?

      It isn't yet clear whether Pinterest will "work" for business-to-business marketers.  What is clear is that it is among the top three or four social networks, and arguably the bigges that is built nearly exclusively on content creation. Moreover, Pinterest has gotten to the pinnacle very quickly.  If you assume that, in the advertising and promotion business, messages flow to where the audience is, that suggests at least a ...
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    11. Social News Network XYDO Pivots, Goes B2B for Content Creation

      Social News Network XYDO Pivots, Goes B2B for Content Creation
      In case you haven't noticed, the Internet has become a content fire hose. There's a lot of junk floating around out there (my posts not included, of course), and, as a result, a spate of digital readers and aggregators have popped up to offer our blood-shot eyes improved filtering mechanisms that channel the noise into signal. Some of them even get snatched up by Twitter, a la Summify ...
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