A content curation primer. Benefits, tools, possible goals, tools, usage cases, data and resources regarding content curation.
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A good overview to get you started with content curation. For example goals:
Become a trusted filter and source of valuable and relevant information in a world of noise and thus in a sense, whatever channels you use, become the media by turning these channels into reliable information sources. They key to succeed: focus and audience-centricity.Display thought leadership. Thought leadership nowadays is typically associated with being an influencer, blogger, content creator or well-known person. However, it’s not about that. Real thought leaders are subject matter experts sharing their real experiences and expertise, and answering to questions their target groups and buyer personas have. Knowing where the good information sits can be as valuable as creating it sometimes if you use it to provide value to others.
Content curation is not only for brands. In contrast, it is for you! It is for developing your own personal brand: as a researcher, as a professional, as an academic, as a talent.
Start to curate content. This article gets you started, and at the end mentions some tools you can use.