Are you noise orA few weeks ago I read an interesting article by Barry Feldman about whether content curation is news or noise. He made some good points. As he notes, “In the end, the acid test is to ascertain whether or not people like what you’re doing.”
There are many components of developing a successful and impacting lean content strategy, including testing different types of content, repurposing content for various platforms, building a community contribution program, and curating existing content.
Working with a lean content methodology for almost an entire year has allowed me to discover many useful tools to ensure that your content comes with both the lowest cost and highest impact possible, and I’d like to share some of them with you.
Have you experimented with Vine for marketing? The Twitter-owned six-second-video app is used by some of the world's biggest companies to reach their target audiences, and the most popular Vines are seen by millions of people.
Condos are becoming FHA no-lending zones Los Angeles Times For young first-time buyers, people with modest down-payment cash or seniors who want to tap their equity using a reverse mortgage, it's a growing problem: They cannot use Federal Housing...
Emmanuel 'Manny' Gigante's insight:
this is not cuz of FHA but #HOAs don't realize there's been allot of changes in re certification process
#content A successful content marketing strategy is one that's not only built to handle current industry needs and challenges, but can also scale to meet the demands brought about by successful growth. Here...
"There's content curation and then there's engaging content curation – and Scoop.it's all about the latter. Use Scoop.it's active community and the tool's search engine to discover the web's best content, then "scoop it" into your custom topics, which display as elegant, magazine-style layouts.
Scoop.it is popular in the digital marketing community, so you can achieve good social reach and traffic from your topics."