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Content Curators Compete In Game-Like Forum While Making Newsroom Contributions

Content Curators Compete In Game-Like Forum While Making Newsroom Contributions | social media literacy | Scoop.it

This piece was posted by Tim Ryan a contributor for PSFKI thought this would be of interest to anyone who is curating content. Digg is doing something very clever and it's a whole new forum where you can contribute and curate and possibly find new audiences for your brand.

 

"Digg Newsrooms is a new channel introduced by the online content curator that uses bot's are all the channels by topic: http://digg.com/newsrooms

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond"

 

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Quora Expands Beyond Q&A, — Great for Curators - Here's Why

Quora is taking a step beyond Q&A this morning with its latest product launch, boards.

 

**Users can now set up their own personal-themed bookmarking boards, sort of like a Pinterest for text-based information.

 

Board onboarding (heh) is easy. Users who want to create a board will now see a “Create a board” option at the top right of Quora and on their header dashboard.

 

**Anything can be posted to a board, whether it be links to web content like news and video, images, stuff on Quora like Questions and answers or text commentary.

 

**Users can post content directly from Quora by clicking on the ‘Repost’ option under every question.

 

**Board Owners can add Authors and Followers to a board, as well as pay to add Topics.

 

**They can also set up the board in a grid or list format.

 

****The most interesting feature of boards, from a utility aspect, is that Authors can set up following granularity to public — i.e. everyone who follows the board Author will see content or limited only board followers.

 

**Boards will also now show up on Topics pages, as well as on your personal Quora profile page.

 

Curated and selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media & Beyond"and Morton Myrstad

 

Read full article here: [http://tcrn.ch/umbuhv]


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Digital Curation: What kind of curator are you?


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Beth Kanter's comment, December 16, 2011 12:39 PM
I love this deck, thanks for curating
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Quora Expands Beyond Q&A, — Great for Curators - Here's Why

Quora is taking a step beyond Q&A this morning with its latest product launch, boards.

 

**Users can now set up their own personal-themed bookmarking boards, sort of like a Pinterest for text-based information.

 

Board onboarding (heh) is easy. Users who want to create a board will now see a “Create a board” option at the top right of Quora and on their header dashboard.

 

**Anything can be posted to a board, whether it be links to web content like news and video, images, stuff on Quora like Questions and answers or text commentary.

 

**Users can post content directly from Quora by clicking on the ‘Repost’ option under every question.

 

**Board Owners can add Authors and Followers to a board, as well as pay to add Topics.

 

**They can also set up the board in a grid or list format.

 

****The most interesting feature of boards, from a utility aspect, is that Authors can set up following granularity to public — i.e. everyone who follows the board Author will see content or limited only board followers.

 

**Boards will also now show up on Topics pages, as well as on your personal Quora profile page.

 

Curated and selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media & Beyond"and Morton Myrstad

 

Read full article here: [http://tcrn.ch/umbuhv]


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