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    2. Native Advertising Battlegrounds: Why Use Paid Media for Distribution?

      Native Advertising Battlegrounds: Why Use Paid Media for Distribution?
      Lewis DVorkin of Forbes offers a nice overview ofnative advertising battlegrounds in his recent post on Forbes.com. For one of these battlegrounds, distribution, he asks: Why place marketing content off domain (meaning a platform like FORBES) when Red Bull and Nike do it on domain, meaning a corporate micro site? One answer: the later can cost tens of millions of dollars." A very good, and daring, question to ask ...
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    3. Content Curation: 6 Strategies to Add Value With Your Own Commentary

      Content Curation: 6 Strategies to Add Value With Your Own Commentary
      When curating content as part of your content marketing strategy, its crucial to add your own commentary or annotation to differentiate your content from that of other sources, comply with fair use requirements, and boost the overall SEO value of all your content offerings.
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    4. 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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    5. Google News pushes Curation Responsibility to Publishers

      Google News pushes Curation Responsibility to Publishers
      Google News which is an news aggregation site, as opposed to a curation site, recently started putting out warnings to publishers not to mix in advertorial content in with standard news content according to Search Engine Land: If a site mixes news content with affiliate, promotional, advertorial, or marketing materials (for your company or another party), we strongly recommend that you separate non-news content on a different host or directory ...
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    6. Ongo CEO Alex Kazim Talks about Curated "Editorial Voice"

      Ongo CEO Alex Kazim Talks about Curated "Editorial Voice"
      "With curation, the editorial voice can come in different ways," says Alex Kazim, CEO of Ongo, an iPad app. "There are those that aggregate content based on point of view (political or otherwise) and find their voice that way." Ongo sifts through and finds the most interesting stories and great reads from across points of view. "Our editorial voice comes from the collection of stories we spotlight from our publications ...
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    7. Brand Curators have to Cultivate "Balance"

      Balance is even more vital for businesses than it is for individuals. Oddly enough, as journalists seem these days trained that "objectivity" is not possible, brand curators might, over time, assume a new role as objective observers of what is happening, even as the mass media abandons "objectivity" for "transparency" about its biases. Odd though it might seem, "balance" and "fairness" are values journalists are moving away from. Brands can ...
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    8. Aggregation, Curation, Original Content at the Huffington Post

      Aggregation, Curation, Original Content at the Huffington Post
      The Huffington Post now has won a Pulitizer Prize. It boasts 68 sections, three international editions, 1.2 billion monthly page views and 54 million comments in 2011. It has more traffic than virtually all the nation’s established news organizations and amasses huge amounts of content. It started out with aggregation, added curation and finally original content. The point, perhaps, is that there might be a role for all ...
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    9. Engagement, curation, content, branding Buzzwords, yes, but also accurate

      A museum curator does not create the art works or artifacts in an exhibit. She or he studies an issue, gathers materials from multiple sources (his or her own museum, other museums, private collections), authenticates the materials, groups related items together and provides context (perhaps videos, plaques or an audio track for visitors being guided by headphones). An editor, journalist or content curator performs all those function in assembling digital ...
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  3. About Washington Post

    The Washington Post is the largest newspaper in Washington, D.C.. It is also one of the city's oldest papers, having been founded in 1877.

    Perhaps the most notable incident in the Post's history was when, in the early 1970s, reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein began the media's investigation of Watergate. This contributed greatly to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.