The Growing Importance Of Curation
As more and more content is generated, on social networks and blogs, it becomes harder and hard to find good and relevant stuff to read. Just like finding a needle in a haystack, locating the important stuff is not always that easy. There are plenty of sites that sift through content and groups it together but it’s also something business can do. The Growing Importance Of Curation
Content Marketing: Power-Up with Curation
This Summer I thought that I’d try riding my bike to work. Given that I hadn’t got on a bike in over 30 years, it wasn’t an easy decision. However, it would only be an 8 mile ride; and aside from the pot-holes, crazy drivers and random car doors opening in my face, I really didn’t have much to lose, right? Content Marketing: Power-Up with Curation
6 Content Curation Templates for Content Annotation
A fundamental part of content curation is adding annotation and commentary to third-party content that you choose to share. It’s easy for novice curators to simply focus on finding and sharing relevant content while forgetting to annotate their content with their own perspectives. Why it’s important to annotate your content But annotating your content is crucial for a few reasons: Differentiation. 6 Content Curation Templates for Content Annotation
Defining Digital Content Curation
“Content curation” is one of those phrases that gets repeated ad naseum without much thought about what it actually means or what role it plays in our digital lives. Let’s define what digital content curation really is and what it’s not, and how we can begin to think about this term a little differently. The distribution of content What I believe people are referring to when they use the term content curation, is actually the distribution of content from various sources via social media. Defining Digital Content Curation
When Content Curation Is The New King, What Happens to Content Creators?
In 2007, I sat on the patio at the Driskill Hotel with a reporter for the SF Chron. He was writing a story on what print could learn from the scrappy ‘web 2.0’ world filled with amateur writers, film makers and personalities. Stop creating original content – you can’t compete. When Content Curation Is The New King, What Happens to Content Creators?