May 12, 2013

24 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Content Curation
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The number of people who understand the value of online content is growing, and thus, content curation is becoming a more important topic. Pinterest, which is my personal favorite social network, is build on this idea of curating the content you like best, and each Brilliant Bloggers post here on the NMX blog is a form of content curation. If you start hunting for it online, the idea of better ways to manage content pops up time and time again.

 

True content curation isn’t just about bookmarking a link so you can come back to it later. It’s about organizing the content you enjoy in a meaningful way and, in many cases, being able to share the content you’ve curated. Content creators need to be involved in this conversation as much as possible, since it is easier for your content to be seen by the right people if it is curated and shared correctly. That’s why so many food, wedding, and fashion sites suddenly found that not only does Pinterest drive traffic, but it drives the right type of traffic – people who are more likely to become regular readers.

 

via 24 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Content Curation — New Media Expo Blog.

 

 

 

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