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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 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.
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.
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 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,
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My guest this week on the johnmac Radio Show is Ellen Hancock, business woman (veteran of IBM, Apple, and Exodus), technologist, Chairman of the Board of tech leader Marist College, and philanthropist. Join us at 7:00PM Eastern time on Sunday, June 21st on your computer at:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/johmac13/2015/06/21/the-weekly-johnmac-radio-show or on your telephone by dialing 646 716-9756 (no matter how you listen to the show, you may use the phone number to call in with comments or questions -- I do hold interaction with callers to near the end of my discussion with my guest).
I also encourage free subscription to my daily curation of the news, "johnmac's news of the day". Check it out at http://paper.li/f-1416296565
If you are having a tough time finding good quality content to share with your Facebook audience, you are not alone. How many times have you found a terrific story, but wanted to share it later....and forgot?
Join host Christopher Tompkins on today's episode of The Social Marketing Academy as he shares a few simple ways that you can easily find, save and use valuable information on Facebook!
The Social Marketing Academy, presented by The Go! Agency, is your ongoing classroom for all of the social media topics that you want to learn more about. Host Christopher Tompkins, CEO of The Go! Agency, will be covering a wide array of topics from how to get your business step up using social media to more advanced tactics and techniques. Tune in live or on-demand to take full advantage of all of the social media marketing information provided in each show. Visit The Go! Agency online for more details: http://www.thegoagencyusa.com
February 4, 2015, 1pm CST
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Current safety and risk management guidelines necessitate that organizations develop and formally manage their understanding and knowledge of the standards and protocols of risk management. Join us as James Roughton discusses what curation is and ways safety and risk management professionals can become curators and get the tools and methods on how to manage electronic documents/data collected during the development of safety management systems.
James Roughton, Certified Safety Professional, Six Sigma Black Belt
James is a safety professional, experience in social medial productivity, and is an active member and webmaster of the Georgia Safety Conference Advisory Board, past President of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Georgia Chapter; Past Chair for the Gwinnett Safety Professionals Association and is an adjunct instructor in the College of Occupational Safety and Health at Columbia Southern University. He has received management awards for his efforts and was named the ASSE Georgia Chapter Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) 1998-1999, Project Safe Georgia Safety Professional, 2008, and the Georgia Department of Labor, Earl Everett Distinguished Service Award 2014.
Christie Ball has been working with the Marketing and Outreach department for 4 and a half years. Christie is currently working as the Partnership Liaison for CSU, but spent the last four years representing the Occupational Safety and Health degree programs at various industry related conferences throughout the United States.
Are Better Headlines Just What the Doctor Ordered?
Pharmaguy interviews Jeff Tangney, CEO & Founder, Doximity, who talks about physician clinical reading patterns and trends and the impact on patient care. The discussion focuses on how Doximity has added some 'sizzle' to life-saving medical news to make it more readable and engaging for its online physician community.
Questions/Topics of Discussion
Why should anyone care about physicians reading clinical news?
Medical publishing and journals are booth booming. How are doctors managing the tidal wave of new medical literature?
How, when and why are doctors reading medical news today? What are the most interesting physician trends?
How does Doximity's DocNews feature work? Who does it reach?
What are some case studies of boosting physician readership through Doximity? What has Doximity learned from testing and optimizing?
What are the larger pros and cons of social news curation?
What best-practices can life sciences learn from Doximity's success with adding sizzle to medical news?
Discussion of the different types of curation - the 2 that matter most to content marketers and brands - and my newly tweaked Information Overlord system.
Cardamom Hill launched in January 2012 in Berkeley Heights, an Atlanta neighborhood between upscale Buckhead and the burgeoning Westside. An instant success, the restaurant received praising reviews from John Kessler of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Christiane Lauterbach of Atlanta magazine, and Besha Rodell and Cliff Bostock in Creative Loafing. The acclaim universally acknowledged Asha’s pioneering spirit for opening a finer dining venture that focuses on one region of India, a rarity in the U.S.
The communal setting in which Chef Asha Gomez learned to cook remains a vital source of inspiration, and she especially enjoys introducing the cuisine and culture of Kerala through cooking classes she teaches nationwide. The classes she teaches monthly at Cardamom Hill sell out consistently.
Her Kerala fried chicken, Cardamom Hill’s signature, has been a draw at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival the last two years and won the People’s Choice award at the city’s first annual Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival. She has also been showcased in feature stories in the Atlantan and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and her recipes will have appeared in issues of Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and Country Living. Most recently Cardamom Hill was named one of Bon Appetit’s 50 Best New Restaurants as well as on the 2013 James Beard Semi-Finalist List of 20 Best New Restaurants. Asha was also named one of the 2013 Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef - People’s Choice semi-finalists.
Most recently Asha launched a new “culinary conversation” called The Third Space, opening in Atlanta – April 2013.