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Web-consultant, Ken Freeman of AWS CREATIVE SOLUTIONS LLC offers insights and tips on how to effective produce content curation on your blog or WordPress website. In this show, learn 21 sources you can use to grab great content, learn tools to use to speed up the curation process and learn about what our sponsor, Site-Keeper.com can do to help your content curation needs.
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LEARN ABOUT USING CONTENT CURATION TO ENGAGE YOUR VISITORS!
What is Content Curation?
How can you use it?
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Content curation is the process of discovering, gathering, and presenting content surrounding a specific topic digitally. Don't confuse it with content creation, but rather compiling relevant content from different resources and delivering it in an organized and easily understandable format.
Content curation can be presented in different formats including RSS feeds, blog links, social media newsfeeds and online news mashups or digital magazines. We all know that the internet is abounding with content, so much so that it can often be difficult to keep up so many of us depends on successful content curation. Good content curation will include only the best and most relevant information because it helps a user sift through the information overload that they are faced with on a daily basis.
So how can you use content curation in your marketing?
Content curation and aggregation are causing major changes to the publishing industry and your business can take advantage of that. Think of content curation as a way to supplement, complement and expand your original content. By compiling the best information out there around your specific industry and creating a news hub you can become the go-to expert that people come back to for the most up-to-date information. Content curation also has an added benefit which is helping you with your own search engine marketing.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneuers, home-based business owners, career coaches, bloggers,
Curating Content is an investment of time, but with the right tools and the right target, sharing content that is important to your customer base can reap huge dividends. The big plus, is the exercise of curation can be done in short bursts - and the positive deposits are long lasting.
SmallBizTracks helps small business owners and solopreneurs in building a better presence for their business, on the web, mobile, and social media - one step at a time. This show is a short shot at some of the ideas, tools, and practices that can lead to big results.
Hosted by Mike Sansone, author of Converstations.
Content is King, or so they say. The trouble is, writing content takes time. Most business owners with WordPress sites complain they don't have time to write three or four blog posts a week.
You don't have to do that any longer. Content curation and aggregation can help you keep current information on your WordPress site.
Today we'll discuss the difference between content curation and content aggregation.
In this episode I'll be interviewing Tom George, Internet Billboards. I've been curating content on Internet Billboards for several months now. He total gets content curation and that's what we'll be discussing. Now, a little more about Internet Billboards.
Internet Billboards is a digital hubspot, featuring curated digital content, as well as fresh new innovative and thought provoking original content. Internet Billboards is pioneering inbound advertising services. Inbound advertising is where your marketing, content, message and social media all converge.
Our inbound advertising client’s attract prospective new customers and prospects to their products and services like bees to honey. With inbound advertising potential new business finds you when they are looking for your product or service. We make you the industry leader, and unlike traditional forms of advertising which are proving to be less effective and often now intrusive, while burning up your marketing dollars, inbound advertising is always there, conducive to best current digital marketing trends, and creates lasting results for our client’s.
CONTENT= C14: from Old French, from Latin contentus contented,that is, having restrained desires, from continere torestrain. from content(adj.) "satisfied," from Latin contentus "contained,satisfied," past participle of continere (see contain).Sense evolved through "contained," "restrained," to"satisfied," as the contented person's desires arebound by what he or she already has.
CONTAINER = to hold or include within its volume or area: "to hold together,enclose," from com- "together"com ) + tenere"to hold" (see tenet).
INTENT = something intended; aim; purpose; design, Latin intentus "a stretching out," in
Late Latin"intention, attention," noun use of past participle ofintendere "stretch out, lean toward, strain," literally"to stretch out" or intend
Social media networking is all about initiating,nurturing, and managing relationships to generate brand awareness and brand value by way of an effective communication communication strategy. What you say, how you say it, and at what frequency will ultimately be the difference between business sustainable and a lackluster social media existence. Understanding how to create and disseminate actionable content is key. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Are you struggling to come up with your next blog post? Do you want to come up with ideas for your next blog post? Join Janice Clark for Social Media Help Not Hype and find out how to generate content that will increase engagement for your blog. Join the conversation as we talk about ways to determine what you should write about and where to look for inspiration and ideas.
Janice, owner of BizMSolutions.com is here in the Tuesday Business Spotlight sharing the ways to increase productivity and making your time online count! Learn to work smarter not harder and increase engagement and bring the "social" into your social media time and create the "relationships" in relationship marketing.
The Tuesday Business Spotlight is sponsored by LinkVehicle.com. Today's show is also sponsored by Healthy Concepts. Meet them and all our sponsors in our Mompreneur Marketplace on our site.
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Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.
Hour one: Content Raven. Discover the freedom to share and collaborate without worry. Everyone is telling you how to share, sync and protect your files. SharePoint user? Perhaps Dropbox or Box? No problem. With snap-in DRM, Content Raven works with whatever online file sharing solution you already use, so you can easily secure, track, and analyze what you share without interrupting established workflows.
Hour two: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Blogging is a great way to brand yourself in your industry. By posting fresh and curated content on a regular basis, you start a conversation with the people who visit your blog.
In this episode you'll learn some of the secrets of creating attention grabbing headlines and compelling content. We'll discuss the structure of an exciting post:
Headline: This is the title of your post.
Opening: or the hook that keeps them wanting to read ore.
Body: this is where your best tips, or the meat, of your blog post.
Closing: the paragraph or two that wraps it up and can have a call to action.
You'll also hear a few tips on using someone elses' content and a little about guest blogging.
Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism and her guest Rachel Parker & Laurie Burton
A self-described geek who can recite entire episodes of “South Park” by heart, Rachel Parker has had a passion for content ever since she was old enough to hold a crayon (purple, please). Throughout her 15-year marketing career — five of those years spent as a copywriter in one of Houston’s largest advertising agencies — Rachel has helped brands such as Reliant Energy, Hewlett Packard, AIG American General, and SYSCO Foodservice to connect with their customers. Over the years, she’s developed a distinct talent for being able tocommunicate in the voice of the client, often eliciting the comment “You get me, Rachel. You just get me.” http://www.resonancecontent.com
Laurie Burton is an internationally recognized innovator and author who has helped thousands of people improve their ability to communicate effectively, thereby creating more success in business and in life. The author of, Presenting You, Laurie’s techniques generate dramatic results in an amazingly short time from one-on-one coaching, to seminars, to corporate groups. Promoting the use of each individual’s unique passion, energy and animation, she encourages attendees to her workshops to be comfortable with themselves, creating more effective opportunities to lead, inspire, express, convince and sell! The author of, Presenting You, Laurie’s techniques generate dramatic results in an amazingly short time from one-on-one coaching, to seminars, to corporate groups
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