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Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers #contentcuration

Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers #contentcuration | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
Using Content Curation To Find New Customers.

 

Being an Internet marketer for many years I’ve seen the landscape change many times but one thing has stayed the same “Content is King”, when it comes to driving traffic to a website.

 

As a business owner we all want to get new customers to our websites. Many have tried blogging to drive traffic to their website and due to a shortage of hours in a day they end up dropping the blog or hiring ghost writers to develop content for the site. We now have a new player on the net and it comes in the form of Content Curation. No it will not completely eliminate business owners creating content for their website but adds a whole new area of content development for a website.

 

Over the past two years I’ve tested different content curation sites and tools and have found Scoop.it to be the leader in both innovation and traffic building potential.

 

Below are examples on how Scoop.it can drive traffic and help to show the world, yes the world that your business knows your market.

 

In this article are 3 areas that when done correctly can drive new traffic to your business or brand?.

 

*** If you would like help setting up a Scoop.it traffic generator for your company. Contact Brian at 1-888-535-9139 or Email Me ideas@marketinghits.com ***

 


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Contet IS king - almost always has been, probably always will. 

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How the Tracky logo and colors came to be and why philosophy trumps clichés - Tracky

How the Tracky logo and colors came to be and why philosophy trumps clichés - Tracky | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
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Color has a huge impact on our decisions. I share the story of how my company, Tracky, created its logo and why our mission drove the imagery and colors of our final mark. 

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The Art of Creating a Community

The Art of Creating a Community | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
Creating a community is the new hot trend that’s been around for decades, Google+ reinvented it with the launch of communities in January of this year. For me the concept of “community

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Community, content and curation - the 3 C's of marketing in 2013! 

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How Women Entrepreneurs Are Transforming Economies and Communities - Forbes

How Women Entrepreneurs Are Transforming Economies and Communities - Forbes | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
(Photo credit: Victor1558) For the first time in 13 years, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) study of 59 economies shows that women are creating businesses at a greater rate than men in three economies and in four others, the rates are...

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Women collaborating with other women and shaping their own lives, families and economies is an inspiring concept. 

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Arabella Santiago's curator insight, March 1, 2013 2:21 PM

Great article on women entrepreneurs from all over the world. The writer gives a few examples of different types of businesses and how these women-owned businesses are changing the economic landscape. 

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Foundation: Chad Hurley Talks Collaborative Social Content and ...

Foundation: Chad Hurley Talks Collaborative Social Content and ... | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
In today's episode of my Foundation series, I talk with Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube, and founder of AVOS. Chad talks about life after YouTube, hin..
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The science of productive breaks

When you are feeling overloaded, instead of pushing harder, a wise thing to do might be to take a short break. As we discussed in one of our previous posts, sho (71% of employees feel breaks have a positive effect on productivity.

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I tend to push and not take breaks enough. This is inspiration to be more balanced and get more productivity out of myself for the long haul. 

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Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers #contentcuration

Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers #contentcuration | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
Using Content Curation To Find New Customers.

 

Being an Internet marketer for many years I’ve seen the landscape change many times but one thing has stayed the same “Content is King”, when it comes to driving traffic to a website.

 

As a business owner we all want to get new customers to our websites. Many have tried blogging to drive traffic to their website and due to a shortage of hours in a day they end up dropping the blog or hiring ghost writers to develop content for the site. We now have a new player on the net and it comes in the form of Content Curation. No it will not completely eliminate business owners creating content for their website but adds a whole new area of content development for a website.

 

Over the past two years I’ve tested different content curation sites and tools and have found Scoop.it to be the leader in both innovation and traffic building potential.

 

Below are examples on how Scoop.it can drive traffic and help to show the world, yes the world that your business knows your market.

 

In this article are 3 areas that when done correctly can drive new traffic to your business or brand?.

 

*** If you would like help setting up a Scoop.it traffic generator for your company. Contact Brian at 1-888-535-9139 or Email Me ideas@marketinghits.com ***

 


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Contet IS king - almost always has been, probably always will. 

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The Importance of Integrity in Leadership

The Importance of Integrity in Leadership | Productivity and Collaboration | Scoop.it
In today's world, we often look for faster ways of getting things done.  The magic of technology makes this possible.  And, there are all kinds of ways to cut through processes when they start gett...

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Don Dea's curator insight, March 14, 2013 12:40 AM

Trust is one of those things that often takes a long time to build but only a minute to destroy. As such, it is a thing to be treasured and protected. That’s where strength of character comes in, and where telling the truth and keeping promises become vital.

Okay, so we’re all human and who among us has never told a lie? But, the consequences of deception and lies often have a greater impact than we think when we first venture into the realm of the untruth. It is a lesson that most of us learn eventually.

There is a certain arrogance in believing that the rules of the universe apply to everyone but me. And, believe me, there have been times when I have been very arrogant indeed… always with a poor result.

donhornsby's curator insight, March 19, 2013 2:02 PM

(From the article): Skill and talent can take us only so far. To travel the rest of the way, we must make sure we bring with us a large measure of honourable intent, concern for the welfare of others and the willingness and courage to do what is right, even when it means giving up something we want very badly.  That’s what makes it so hard.