Curation Revolution
51.9K views | +2 today
Curation Revolution
Curation is the next web revolution.
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Martin (Marty) Smith!

7 SEO Tips & Trends For 2016 You Need To Know - Curagami

7 SEO Tips & Trends For 2016 You Need To Know - Curagami | Curation Revolution |

7 SEO Tips and Trends
Appreciate @Os Ishmael sharing Anne Carton's great 7 SEO Trends for 2016 Post today. Anne's post was so good we linked it from the Curagami post it inspired. Our 7 SEO Trends / Tips for 2016:

* Great Content Creates Community (despite Content Shock) 

* Mobile and Smartphones Are Changing Everything

* Video RULES

* Community Is KEY

* Community Shock Is Coming

* Empower Ambassadors, Understand Proxy Marketing

* Fresh and NOW Beat Stale and THEN

Be sure to add your SEO tips for 2016 and we will mash them into this post with a link back and our thanks.

No comment yet.
Scooped by Martin (Marty) Smith!

Top 10 Posts - Banksy, Friends and Shit Happens Lessons via @Curagami

Top 10 Posts - Banksy, Friends and Shit Happens Lessons via @Curagami | Curation Revolution |

Top 10 Curagami Posts
Top 10 Posts shares how Banksy, friends and artists helped create Curagami's Top 10 Posts (by inbound links) despite our best efforts to the contrary (lol).

Here some BIG lessons from our Top 10 Posts from Banksy to Web Design:

* Tap Your Unconscious (and ramp risks)

* Friends Rock

* Shit Happens - Keep Creating

What BIG Lessons have you learned from your top 10? Share and we will curate your ideas, experiences and comments into the post: 

No comment yet.
Scooped by Martin (Marty) Smith!

Saturday Riff: Content Is Crap via @Curagami & @Digitaltonto

Saturday Riff: Content Is Crap via @Curagami & @Digitaltonto | Curation Revolution |

Saturday Riff: Content Is Crap
Content Is Crap shares our thoughts (in blue) on Greg Satell's HBR article. Greg's post is one of the most important content marketing posts we've read.

Karen Dietz's curator insight, November 2, 2015 6:38 PM

OK -- here's an article to definitely pay attention to.

Fellow curator and top notch marketer Marty Smith shares his thoughts on the original HBR article "Content Is Crap" that came out Oct. 30:

Marty adds his own comments to the original article so you get twice the insights. Yay!

What do I think about both pieces? They are right on. What both posts point out is how the mindset of marketing needs to change to create more engagement and to capitalize on relationships. The steps are laid out for is here. Taking these steps will lead you to a new understanding of storytelling.

As Marty points out, the cure for mediocre content is better storytelling. We need to upgrade to Storytelling 3.0.

So how do you upgrade your business storytelling? Through workshops and practice. BTW -- I still take storytelling workshops with top people in the country! It's an ongoing craft, not a 4 hour class or a how-to book (sorry folks).

Marty's article is important to read. Go dig into it now. Thanks Marty!