Via Scoop.it – Social Media Content Curation
So you get started on the right path, information overload was bound to happen, it always does. As social creatures we cannot get enough of socializing – that is, until we have had too much. MySpace was in, now Facebook is, soon G + will be, and Twitter is only good for saying; “Hi!” Isn’t then next iteration obvious?
Content, like (video, text, or scratch and sniff, whatever) has to be packaged in meaningful and useful ways – aggregated, filtered, condensed, and even expanded upon – what people are looking for is a Twitter than when you click a button, explodes into a rich formatted full feature film – we are talking ultimate flexibility.
We are in a period of flux where our communicative skills and efforts are concerned. Those who learn and adapt, will go forward into the forefront of online outreach, and those who lag behind in their methods… This story is ongoing, it’s not just about DO you curate content, it’s about what type of content curator you ARE. Investigative or Artistic, Social or Enterprising, even down to Earth Realistic, methods have to adapt to the people and their stereotypical traits too. This is the complex versions of, “we need to understand one another.”…. [read full article and view presentation http://j.mp/nhGNJ5]
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