A content curator identifies a theme, selects content, chooses how to add value to it and how to display it on a web page for public viewing and interaction.
The amount of information bloggers receive as it happens on any given day is so much and so rapidly delivered that it’s intellectually impossible to keep pace. Content curation is a time management and content creation strategy that could be your best hope for overcoming the challenge. Continue reading
Researching, creating content, publishing and blog promotion are time consuming activities. Relationship building is critical to blogging success but where will the time required come from?
Mastering content curation and presenting the best digital content on a specific topic online, will not only increase traffic to your blog and backlinks to your content; it will also result in more time to create unique content. Continue reading
Without doubt content curation is here to stay and more bloggers are looking to identify best practices and best tools to maximize their efforts. If you take a close look at the custom menu at the top of this blog you will find a new Better Blogging Tips link. The link is to my first topic page on scoop.it Better Blogging Tips: “writing, grammar, blogging and content curation tips for becoming a better writer and blogger ”. That’s where I have begun learning how to locate and curate content in magazine style format. Continue reading
Scoop.it is a content curation service. Scoop.it allows us to keep a visual collection of the stories that hold our interest. You might compare it to Pinterest in some ways but for me, it’s so much more. You get to shine the spotlight on your favorite images but more importantly – you can gather snippets of information in an organized collection based on your topic of interests. Curating a topic helps build your authority and helps keep you focused. via How To Curate Content and Build Authority With Scoop.it Continue reading