Do you need ideas for blog topics? Do you know what content performs best for your competitors? When you know what content works for your competitors, you can use those topics to brainstorm ideas for your own blog articles.
What should a curated post look like? How much of the original article should I include? How do I align this content with my own content?
To help answer some of these questions and outline the anatomy of curated piece of content, we have created “The Art of a Curated Post.” Just like a painting, a good curated post is not complete without all of the necessary elements. Follow along as this curator — let’s call her Claire — paints the perfect post....
One of the best ways to create fresh and dynamic curated content is to curate from social media sources such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instag (How to Curate Content from Instagram - http://t.co/jLO89ISVkP...
We are living in an era of information overload. So much content is shared online that curation is needed as a way to get value out of the information flood.
Content curation is the process of shifting through the vast abundance of content on the Internet to select the best, most relevant resource, on a specific topic or theme, so that we can organize, manage and collate the content for ourselves and share with others.
Content curation is about working smarter and not harder. Content curation is also a reflective process; as you curate resources you reflect on their value. Reflection makes new information stick in your brain.
Curation is a life skill and an important part of being digitally literate. Educators need to know how to curate information so they can teach students how they can curate content for research, their interests and passion. As part of this process educators need to encourage students to curate information using techniques that address their own personal learning needs.
While at the Edutech National Congress & Expo I curated the best resources shared from the Edutech conference into a Flipboard magazine. An important lesson I learnt from curating the Flipboard magazine is curation is a very personal process. As individual we have our own different learning styles and techniques; and this can be reflected strongly in how we curate and share content.
The following basic inforgraphic outlines where to source ideas for the content that you need to draw people to your online customer or member community on a regular basis. Some of them may surprise you!
As a curator, I used to fieel overwhelmed by all the options I had to find content. Thanks to the two tools I describe in this article, the feeling is gone. And everything lands where I'm the most comfortable reading.
Do you sometimes feel like you’re trying to do too much?
Often we tend to try doing many things at a time without getting the expected results. Even though we’re 100% sure that everything is going as planned, time passes and our expectations are not fulfilled.
Do you also sometimes feel that nothing is progressing? Maybe you’re doing your best, but there is something that seems to be stopping you making headway?
Curation is a growing need in organizations, and as such, a growing competency for those focused on worker performance. At the same time, the vision of what this competency looks like in practice is cloudy. How will what we do look different when we add curation to our skill sets?
Keeping a steady flow of relevant images, blog posts and videos coming to promote your local business is challenging. Use this list of 88 creative content ideas to keep your company’s editorial calendar full and increase your visibility.
With the frenzy over content marketing as a potent tool to maximize brand’s presence over the web, the digital marketeers of the web have curated some “unwritten content marketing rules” that are being increasingly referred to by those who are novices.
So, what really are these rules? Do you need to follow them to their last thread? Or maybe you need to listen to your own requirements and make your own rules.
Well, it’s a bit of both.Instead of building from the ground up, it would be easier for you to go with the tried and true ways, but at the same time, using approaches that are relevant to your brand is what will serve you in the long run. Here are some rules to “ditch” and some to “keep”....