Jul 21, 2013

Content Curation Tips and Tricks
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Panning for Gold in the Royal Gorge Park

Panning for Gold in the Royal Gorge Park (Photo credit: colorado trips)

Content curation is all the rage these days, even though the practice has been around for quite a while. A lot of people wonder what it means, how to do it and why they should do it. This article is a great source of information for those who are looking for answers to these questions. The author, Lisha Klopper, effectively uses illustrations and graphics to help explain the process of curation. She also does an excellent job of defining key concepts and lists a few tips and tricks that should be helpful for any curator.

According to author and non-profit social media expert, Beth Kanter:

“Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme.”

Think of it like panning for gold – where you have look through piles of dirt and rock, examine each little piece in an attempt to find that ‘golden nugget’.

Read the entire article here:

via What is Content Curation: 10 Content Curation Tools & Tips to Get Started.

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Jennifer G. Hanford

Jennifer G. Hanford is the owner and managing director of j+ Media Solutions, which offers social and content solutions for businesses of all sizes. She also contributes articles for SteamFeed and Social Media Club.
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Jennifer G. Hanford is the owner and managing director of j+ Media Solutions, which offers social and content solutions for businesses of all sizes. She also contributes articles for SteamFeed and Social Media Club.

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