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Hubs vs. Stand Out Content - Conversation With Mark Traphagen on G+

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Hubs vs. Stand Out Content
Fascinating conversations with @ janlgordon@Guillaume Decugis& "Content Shock" author blogger Mark Schaefer helped create this conversation about Hubs vs. Stand Out Content with @Mark Traphagen.

As we attempt to understand and plan for the future of #SEO and #contentmarketing these conversations becoming increasingly important.

 
https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/M2YrHJV3FYS

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Lori Wilk's curator insight, January 28, 12:16 PM

Great to hear what's being said on issues of content creation vs content curation and we'll get the see what worked best when we tally up the results at the end of the year. I do agree that in many cases the writers are not getting paid enough to create the original content.It is easier to get more content delivered to more people, quickly, by having fewer original articles to create and more curated content to share. The curated content is already written and is waiting for more distribution. The original content takes more research, thinking, writing, editing, and then posting. It's a longer process to create new content and it costs more than curating existing content. The perfect combination of both content creation and content curation will be very lucrative for some platforms this year-we'll have to wait to see who figures it out the best and who makes the most money doing it.

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Shocked By Content Or Saved By Curation? via @gdecugis @markwschaefer @scenttrail

Shocked By Content Or Saved By Curation? via @gdecugis @markwschaefer @scenttrail | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Will content shock, a point where too much information chases too little attention, kill the inbound marketing golden egg laying goose? Maybe, maybe not.

Marty Note
Wrote thos post after reading @Guillaume Decugisexcellent Interest-based Content Curation Publishing: the cure for Content Shock?and Mark Shaefer's (@markwschaefer)equally as intriguing Content Shock: Why Content Marketing Is Not A Sustainable Strategy.

To understnad why I agree with both postions and that's possible you will need to read the ScentTrail Marketing post :).
http://www.scenttrail.com/content-shock-vs-curation/


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ELISA TANGKEARUNG's curator insight, January 25, 10:36 AM

....:)..funny sir..i already know what you mean..

3 month ago..