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A Curated Collection of The Best Search Engines Organized Around Your Needs

A Curated Collection of The Best Search Engines Organized Around Your Needs | Content Curation | Scoop.it

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Steve Whitmore's curator insight, June 17, 2014 7:59 AM

Good reference list. I didn't realize there were so many search engines.

Pushpa Kunasegaran's curator insight, June 19, 2014 7:58 PM

This is an excellent resource!

ManufacturingStories's curator insight, August 14, 2014 5:22 PM

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8 Ways to be a Better Facebook Page Admin - SociallyStacked - Everything Social for Small Businesses and Agencies

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The news curation game gets another entrant as the WaPo's former owner ... - GigaOM

The news curation game gets another entrant as the WaPo's former owner ... - GigaOM | Content Curation | Scoop.it
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Essential Stages of Content Marketing Evolution – If You’re Not Growing, You’re Dying

Essential Stages of Content Marketing Evolution – If You’re Not Growing, You’re Dying | Content Curation | Scoop.it
An important part of developing skills and expertise is to understand where you fall on a continuum of what’s possible and then take action to evolve and a
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How to Create the Perfect Content Curation Strategy

How to Create the Perfect Content Curation Strategy | Content Curation | Scoop.it

Good overview of the required steps to build a properly thought-out content curation strategy for a company.

 

From the article:

 

Step 1: Survey the Competitive Landscape
In content marketing and content curation, your competitors are not the companies who sell similar products or services. Rather, your competitors are organizations who publish content on the same topic as you.

1. Determine if you can curate content better than they can by being more comprehensive, more relevant, or more consistent... 


2. See if there is a different perspective or opposing point of view that you bring to the table... 

3. Try to broaden or narrow your topic. If your initial topic was offshore wind farms, you can try narrowing your topic to Atlantic Ocean Wind Farms or broaden it to Wind Power.


Step 2: Survey the Content Landscape
Content curation, the process of finding, organizing and sharing relevant information on a specific topic, relies on third party content. In order to become a successful curator on your topic, you need to determine if there is enough content to curate.

 

Step 3: Survey your audience interest
Even if you have a great topic that passes the competitor survey and the content survey, you must ensure that it is a topic that will draw an audience, and not just any audience, but the target audience for your business.


Putting it all together: Finding the Sweet Spot
At this point your challenge is to find a topic that passes these three tests.

 

It’s easy though to get stuck on a topic that passes two of the tests but not all three.

 

Read more: http://www.contentcurationmarketing.com/articles/59428/crafting-the-perfect-content-curation-strategy/

 


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Robin Good's comment, November 15, 2011 2:21 PM
...like a candy store

I take that as a beautiful compliment. I think that's really the way it shoud be. Though, there are candy stores and candy stores...
Beth Kanter's comment, November 15, 2011 3:05 PM
Robin ... I know you lived in the US for awhile, but a slang saying in America "like a kid in a candy store" - meaning that kids LOVE candy and when they see it they get excited and you can't get them away. So, yes a compliment. Perhaps better analogy is - you stream is like sipping a fine Brunello di Monticello
Robin Good's comment, November 15, 2011 4:46 PM
That's even better!
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Content Curation: 10 Free Tools To Save You Time

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