Via Scoop.it – Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond
This is one of those posts by Conversation Agent that continues to be relevant and help all of us fine tune our content curation and be aware of what’s working, what’s not and some suggestions that can help you to enhance what you’re already doing. Here’s an excerpt: “Content, which is anything that informs, educates, or entertain online, is your business digital body language. The Internet changed how people find and read content. The Internet changed how people find and read content. While it was helpful to have a strategy for publishing information about your business before the Web, people didn’t necessarily track if what you gave them as brochures and papers was integrated with everything else. Great takeaway: the contemporary Web site presence should be organized in thirds, with 1/3 editorial impact, 1/3 community building, and 1/3 marketing or calls to action. http://www.conversationagent.com/2010/10/curating-information-as-content-strategy.html
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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