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    2. Begin your Journey to Content Marketing Enlightenment

      Begin your Journey to Content Marketing Enlightenment
      Curata's latest eBook, The 4 Steps to Content Marketing Enlightenment, reviews how marketers can adjust their marketing strategies to a stage where they are able to think like industry analysts, annotate curated articles using ethical best practices, calibrate goals before publishing content to meet readers' standards as well as campaign goals and tap into the power of content specific technology.
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    3. 5 Tips for Choosing a Content Curation Topic

      5 Tips for Choosing a Content Curation Topic
      Choosing a topic is one of the first key steps to becoming a content curation rockstar, yet all too often marketers rush through this crucial step without giving it much thought. Finding the right intersection between what youre audience is interested in, what your current content landscape looks like and what your competitors are doing can be challenge for some when getting started with curation. This blog post walks you ...
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    4. 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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    5. How to find your unique point of view for Thought Leadership

      How to find your unique point of view for Thought Leadership
      Craig Badings of Thought Leadership Strategy provides a framework on identifying auniquetopic and position of interest to your prospects. While he talks about this in the context of developing a thought leadership strategy, it is also aprerequisiteprocess to any content curation initiative: ... identify whether anyone else already occupies this space. If so you may be two steps behind already. Thought leaders are always two steps ahead. Then research your market ...
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    6. Don't Let a White Paper Be a Content "Dead End"

      Don't Let a White Paper Be a Content "Dead End"
      On a third-party content site, there are ways to encourage additional traffic back to any given brand site, rather than "encouraging" users to navigate to competitor sites. B2B Digital Marketing reviewed white papers from 10 large B2B marketers, mostly downloaded through third party sites (paid placement with publishers). On third party sites, content from competitors is just one click away, and frequently offered in an Amazon-style “you might also like ...
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  3. About IBM

    International Business Machines Corporation (abbreviated IBM, nicknamed "Big Blue"; IBM) is a multinational computer technology and consulting corporation headquartered in Armonk, New York, USA. The company is one of the few information technology companies with a continuous history dating back to the 19th century. IBM manufactures and sells computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure services, hosting services, and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.

    IBM has been known through most of its recent history as the world's largest computer company; with over 355,000 employees worldwide, IBM is the largest
    information technology employer in the world. Despite falling behind Hewlett-Packard in total revenue since 2006, it remains the most profitable. Since 1990, IBM's annual sales growth has trailed behind the US economic growth due to global deregulation and competition.date=January 2008

    IBM holds more patents than any other U.S. based technology company. It has engineers and consultants in over 170 countries and IBM Research has eight laboratories worldwide. IBM employees have earned three Nobel Prizes, four Turing Awards, five National Medals of Technology, and five National Medals of Science. As a chip maker, IBM is among the Worldwide Top 20 Semiconductor Sales Leaders.

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