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    2. Are You a Content Thief and Don't Know It?

      Are You a Content Thief and Don't Know It?
      We've discussed a number of times on this blog how to and how to not curate content ethically and with providing clear attribution. This blog post provides another view on how to curate and the differences between curation and scraping. Also, how to protect your content from those pesky content thief's. Weve experienced content scraping ourselves and have found many of our blog posts published word-for-word without source ...
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    3. Content Marketing: Make it Work - Your content marketing questions answered.

      Content Marketing: Make it Work - Your content marketing questions answered.
      Last Wednesday, we held a joint webinar with Percussion Software called Content Marketing: Make it Work. Pawan Deshpande of Curata and Aaron Dun of Percussion walked through real-world examples of organizations that have tackled their content "problem." A recording of the webinar can be found here. During the webinar, our attendees posted questions to us. We did not get a chance to answer them in the webinar, so we thought ...
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    4. The 3 C’s To Successful Content Curation

      The 3 C’s To Successful Content Curation
      Overview of how curation can be used in any department from Sales, to HR, to IT, to Marketing, to Internal Communications and the Board: Learning and Development teams are starting to realise they must evolve to support informal and collaborative learning. But new approaches bring new obstacles to overcome infrastructure, security, cost, ignorance, apathy and lack of relevant skills for starters. Online curation tools offer a simple, but powerful way ...
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    5. Curators are Both Collectors and Creators, Says Steven Rosenbaum

      Curators are both collectors and creators. Capturing the zeitgeist of the web, and knitting together images, text, links, and video along with their own original content to create a focused, contextually relevant editorial for an overloaded world.  The need for journalists as contextual curators of the web is undeniable. They are by training high-speed information processors. And, the debate about balance and objectivity not withstanding, they generally have the ability ...
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    6. 5 Models for Content Curation

      5 Models for Content Curation
      Content curation, like any other important business to business marketing endeavor, can assume a number of forms. Here are five basic ways the content curation function can be approached, each suggesting a different use of tools and editorial functions. Each might be said to require a different level of editorial judgment and value added insight. Many curators will use several of the approaches. 
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    7. Steve Rosenbaum TED Talk: Content Curation

      In a world of bandwidth and content abundance, we're overwhelmed with data, tweets, blogs, check in's and media. It used to be we surfed the web. Now the waves of the web are just too big. Curation is the new magic that makes the web work. Bringing the web back to human scale with human filters you trust and love. A powerful mix of passion and context turns ...
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  3. About Steve Rosenbaum

    Steve Rosenbaum

    I was a magician in high school, and I always loved the back and forth with the audience. The feedback. When I started working in the media, I found the whole 'one way' thing kind of hollow. I wanted applause if we did well and I wanted rotten fruit if the audience didn't like a documentary or program we produced.

    At the first chance I got, I invented a TV series that gave the audience a chance to do more than watch -- but actually participate. It was called MTV UNfiltered, and if you haven't checked it out, you can find it here.

    Along the way, I've made a ton of films, documentaries, and web projects for partners including HBO, Discovery, A&E, MSNBC, and CNN. I've also directed a number of feature documentaries, including a film I'm very proud of "7 Days in September" about how New York was affected by the attacks on the World Trade Center.

    Magnify.net is the incarnation of the way I see the media world evolving. Increasingly, the power is in the hands of the audience. The audience engages, shares, ranks, and validates. I always imagined Magnify.net as a platform that would engage, embrace, and facilitate media creating, sharing, and collective knowledge. I'm passionate about the sounds and pictures that real people create, and excited to help create order from chaos.


    1. It is possible to have Magnify put videos on your site without human interaction, but we do not recommend that.
      In Curated video: A winning formula?
    2. Once a video through Magnify is brought to your page, everywhere it goes from there, all that traffic comes back to you.
      In Curated video: A winning formula?
    3. If you're "Industrial Bedsprings Weekly," there are videos that every one of the suppliers and manufacturers in that industry have made that are sitting somewhere on a server, waiting to be aggregated. "The ABM has a very narrow, long tail, Rosenbaum says.
      In Curated video: A winning formula?
    4. Curation is the new role of media professionals.
      In #Curation Keeps Me Happy On Teh Interwebz: A nice Blog by Curation Station Team