Via Scoop.it – Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond
I chose this piece because it applies to those of us who are serious about curating content that are readers will find easily. Curation is moving towards “topic centric” search which is where people will look for information about a topic.
The suggestions in this article should be part of your strategy and will help you achieve a prominent position in search for this subject matter.
Knowing and understanding how to use the right keywords is very important. Some people are looking for content in real time, others will look for information in the future for research or for any number of reasons.
The suggestions in this article are very valuable for your strategy whether you’re creating, curating or both to build your brand and be known as an SME in your chosen field. Here’s a short into: In the realm of content strategy and SEO, there is nary a website launch that isn’t marred by the occasional.
- What Do Social Media Curation and Curling Have in Common? (internetbillboards.net)
- 7 Ways Content Strategists Can Get Along with SEOs from the Beginning | Search Engine Journal (seome.me)
- Robert Scoble Interviews Scoop.it ‘s CEO: Reinventing Content Curation And Social Media (internetbillboards.net)
I have applied a keen eye for blending cultural trends, the right people and emergent industries to create dynamic new businesses in cable TV, internet and currently mobile media and marketing services for local and national companies.
I was an associate publisher for three startup magazines in New York. I helped brand and position these magazines in the marketplace through promotions at trade shows, advertising and special events
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