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From the article intro: "Over the past couple of years, I’ve been trying to collect every good piece of writing and advice about verifying social media content and other types of information that flow across networks.
This form of verification involves some new tools and techniques, and requires a basic understanding of the way networks operate and how people use them.
It also requires many of the so-called old school values and techniques that have been around for a while: being skeptical, asking questions, tracking down high quality sources, exercising restraint, collaborating and communicating with team members.
For example, lots of people talk about how Andy Carvin does crowdsourced verification and turns his Twitter feed into a real time newswire."
Mindy McAdams writes: "Verifying social media content “involves some new tools and techniques, and requires a basic understanding of the way networks operate and how people use them. It also requires many of the so-called old school values and techniques that have been around for a while: being skeptical, asking questions, tracking down high quality sources, exercising restraint, collaborating and communicating with team members.”
"Craig Silverman provides an introduction to the topic and then an annoatated list of eight articles/blog posts that add clarity and examples."Full article: http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/regret-the-error/171713/8-must-reads-that-detail-how-to-verify-content-from-twitter-other-social-media/ ;(Thanks to Mindy McAdams and Steve Buttry - Image credit: newgenerationsales.com)
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"Sharing good content shows you understand what’s interesting and valuable to your target markets. It will help you increase your followers and establish your credibility. "
Excerpted from the article:
A good content curator has to sift through tons of content, quickly and efficiently, finding what is both relevant and good quality.So what does a good content curator look like?
1) Really Long Arms:You have the expanded reach to know the smaller players with a unique perspective, the powerhouse publishers, and all of the niche players. This allows for a healthy variety of content, with differing perspectives.2) Super Fast Scanning Eyes:An efficient content curator knows how to scan an article for legitimacy, value, and relevance to their target market.3) A Raised Eyebrow:Each time you come upon something new, your eyebrow is already up, because you’re there to sniff it out to make sure it’ll pass the test. People will lose interest in what you share and you will hurt your credibility if you share content that isn’t high quality.4) A Belly Full of Hunger:Good content curators love what they do and are passionate about traversing the wide expanse of the web to find the best content possible."Read full article here:http://socialmediatoday.com/parkerwhite/1236016/what-makes-good-content-curator
Lindsey Weintraub at SocialMediaToday has a short but valuable guide to four key traits a good curator really needs to have.
From the ability to search and tap into sources that should not be what everyone else is looking at, to the ability to know in and out its chosen niche of interest and its players, the good content curator has an uncanny talent for scanning, selecting and triple-verifying anything potentially interesting before even considering showcasing in its selections.
Rightful. Good for anyone just starting out with curation. 7/10
This will be used in a course about SoMe
¿Qué aspectos hacen de ti un buen Content Curator?