it for Marketers Curate Your Brand Put content to work for you. Convey your brand message with relevant content that speaks the right language to every individual in your audience. Trapit gives you the tools to curate compelling high quality content from around the Web and from your own archives of original content that will keep your audience coming back for more. Your Content, Anywhere Deliver your content wherever your audience is. Simplify Sharing Information Easily build and manage dynamic and captivating collections on whatever topics are most relevant to your audience by using one simple interface to publish to apps, email, social networks or webpages in real time or on a schedule. Focus on Your Audience The Trapit Content Curation Center uses advanced artificial intelligence to automate the discovery and personalization of media and content from the Web to augment and support your brand's story.
How To Find and Friend Your Influencers Let’s face it, there are a lot of experts in this world of ours, and the field of social media is no exception. How do you reasonably uncover who is influential in your industry, sift through the smoke and mirrors, and really get to know the folks you want to be friends with? Here are a few thoughts and ideas on how to start developing wonderful relationships with influencers. (This list is by no means exhaustive, please add your best practices below!) 1. Begin with Google Good old-fashioned Google won’t let you down in the preliminary stages of influencer super-sleuthing. 2. Plunk each name, one by one, into Twitter search for starters. 3. Twitter is also a great tool for finding the people that Google didn’t tell you about right away. 4. There are a number of great tools that measure someone’s influence. 5. People will try and tell you that @MrInfluencerPerson is the most influential person in industry X, and that you MUST follow. 6. 7. 8.
Zemanta for Recommended Links, Photos, Articles What do we mean by ‘free media’? While much content on the internet is subject to copyright laws, there are increasing numbers of websites that provide copyright-free content you can use on your blogs at no cost. To make a blog post more interesting and increase views and reader engagement, you might consider including some of this copyright-free content, including photos or artwork to illustrate your blog. You might even consider enhancing your blog posts by adding other types of media like audio files, movies and even books. Much of this content will either be classified as being in the public domain, meaning it is old enough to no longer be subject to copyright laws; it has been explicitly labeled as copyright-free (also sometimes referred to as copyleft); is licensed GNU Free Documentation; or carries one of the Creative Commons licenses for use and redistribution under one of several different license options. Below are some of the many options for free media. ↑ Table of Contents ↑
Trapit Understanding Content Curation July 7, 2012 Come to my session at ISTE 2016: “Personalize Learning With Student Curation” 6/28 4:00 – 5:00 CCC 113, Table 2 There are many buzzwords and phrases prevalent in education today. “21st Century Learning”, “Blended Learning”, “Personalized Learning”, “Flipped Classroom” – just to name a few. The one that has recently caught my attention and curiosity is “content curation.” I manage a grant project in my district designed to assure students acquire “21st century skills” A current strategy for this is using backwards design, formative assessments of 21st century skills, and “blended-learning.” This curiosity led to further questions: Why curate? Collecting vs. I set out to read as much as possible of what others have written on the subject, (see my Scoop-It on Curating Learning Resources) to help with my understanding. Defining Curating in Education by Nancy White is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Thinking Level Process Organization Value
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