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    2. Why Great Content Doesn't Cut it

      Why Great Content Doesn't Cut it
      You may be creating and curating high quality pieces of content, but why are they falling flat? Having great content on it's own isn't enough to break through the noise of today's online publishing industry. You need to take a few necessary steps to ensure it succeeds. Here are a few reasons why great content doesn't always make it. Youre not promoting it. Its true that ...
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    3. What will Content Creators do if Curators take over?

      What will Content Creators do if Curators take over?
      Tara Hunt, a VP at the Lime Foundry, asks the question "What will happen to content creators if curators become the kings?" In the article, she explores how content curation is often overtaking content creation: But while creators are necessary and amazing, curators are the ones raking in the dough. She then suggests a few things that content creators can do to stay afloat. She doesn't take this point ...
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    4. How Content Curation can Help Brands Build Authority

      How Content Curation can Help Brands Build Authority
      An op-ed in the Guardian discusses how content curation can help improve a brand's trust and authority, but is often viewed with mistrust: Content curation is sometimes viewed with suspicion by prudent brand managers and with good reason; any piece of content authored by a third-party that is republished by a brand has the potential to start all matter of headaches for the legal team. The article also covers ...
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    5. 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. About Reddit

    }}Reddit is a social news website where users can post links to content on the web. Other users may then vote the posted links up or down, causing them to appear more or less prominently on the Reddit home page.

    The site has discussion areas where users may discuss the posted links, and vote for or against others' comments. When there are enough votes against a given comment, it will not be displayed by default, although a reader can display it through a link or preference. Users who submit articles which other users like and subsequently "vote up" receive "karma" points as a reward for submitting interesting articles.

    Reddit also includes several topical sections called subreddits, which focus on specific topics, including programming, science, Not Safe for Work, and politics. There are currently dozens of subreddits.

    The Reddit logo changes for various holidays and often for no reason at all, paying homage to Star Wars, classic video games, and geek culture in general.

    Although Reddit isn't moderated by its owners, the Reddit developers have built a system to aid with curtailing spam, which works based on the "reports" of users.