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Content Curation by Robin Good

Friday, March 13th, April 24th and May 15th, from 12 to 14 (EST) content curation for A to Z Learn everything you need to know to start practicing the art of finding, organizing and presenting the most relevant news, information or resources on a specific topic, for a specific audience. To gain trust, authority and visibility in a specific niche subject area or marketplace you need to demonstrate that you have a full panoramic view of it, know who is inside and why, and have the real-time pulse of what new things are happening. To achieve such status, there’s no better practice than curating the subject on a systematic basis. Level 1 - Fundamentals - Art, Science and Workflow Level 2 - Practicum - Discovery, RSS and Archiving Level 3 - for Business - Marketing, Distibution, Monetization

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Content Curation Tools: The Ultimate List The Ultimate List of Content Curation Tools and accompanying map, is comprised of both business grade tools that support organizations’ content marketing strategies, as well as personal curation tools that can be used by individuals for hobbyist or organizational purposes. Content curation is when an individual (or team) consistently finds, organizes, annotates and shares the most relevant and highest quality digital content on a specific topic for their target market. Curation is a great way to support your created content strategy, publish content consistently and keep track of your favorite information sources. Enlightened content marketers are using a content mix that is only 65% created, with the remainder being 25% curated and 10% syndicated. My hope is that this map will help you or your organization navigate the growing world of curation and find a tool that best fits your content needs. The Purpose of this List

Content Curation Primer Photo by Stuck in Customs What is Content Curation? 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. The work involves sifting, sorting, arranging, and publishing information. A content curator cherry picks the best content that is important and relevant to share with their community.

Five Google tools journalists don't use but should Google logo via reasonpad.com You may think you know Google, but here are lesser-known tools that can help journalists with everything from reporting on natural disasters to hunting for new sources. Google featured these tools in a recent digital media training session for Pakistani journalists hosted by the International Center for Journalists.

A Curated List of Content Curation Tools Finding and Sharing great content is very time consuming. But we all have plenty of times on our hands. I don’t think so…. Milq Wants to Help You Organize the Internet A new user-generated curation network wants to help you organize the Internet. Milq, which officially launched in April, seeks to sort through the immense quantity of media on the web by harnessing the collective knowledge of its users. The effort could facilitate online discovery by presenting content organized by specific topics, and catered to individual users. On a larger scale, it could establish a cultural map of the web. The Comprehensive Guide to Content Marketing Analytics & Metrics The single most perplexing question for anyone in content marketing is: How do I measure the effectiveness of my content marketing? More often than not, when asked this question, marketers fall back on soft metrics like “page views” and “shares” or anecdotes about how their content is working by way of feedback from the sales team. But, there is a better way.

Content Curation Meaning Content curation is an art of compiling information from a variety of sources and presenting them in a creative manner in front on your audience. Content curators compile the already available information from a variety of resources scattered around the web and compile them together in an organized fashion before their audiences. The curated content form a bunch of related content and satisfies specific user tastes. One may curate content on Cinema and gather the available content from the web together and all the cinema loving audiences might visit the content channel to find all the related information organized creatively in one place.

Content Curation Tools: 21 Criteria To Select And Evaluate Your Ideal One Nonetheless we are just at the beginning of a new era, in which content curation will be as important as search, there is already an apparent abundance of content curation tools of all kinds. Photo credit: Hand filling out checklist on clipboard with a pen by Shutterstock To the superficial eye, many such curation tools also appear to be very similar to one another, especially if evaluated exclusively from the type of news streams or visual collections that can be produced with them. On the other hand it is not realistic for someone to go out and test each and every one of the available solutions. For these reasons, it is quite difficult and time consuming to select and identify the most appropriate content curation tool for a specific need and as a consequence most rely on the tools they have tried and that satisfy their basic needs but remain quite ignorant about what options they are leaving on the table only because they have not yet tried them. 1) Import and Export functions

The Ultimate Guide To Content Curation - Social Media Impact - Social Media Impact Piggybacking off our recent “Content Curation” series, this guide was put together to serve as your one-stop destination on how to curate content. Curating content on a regular basis is important to your marketing strategy for multiple reasons, such as: Finding relevant and interesting articles, information, and resources to share with your social networks.Brushing up on the latest industry trends and news.Understanding what type of content is being consumed and shared the most so that you can make adjustments to your blog.

32 Free (& Almost Free) Content Marketing Tools Marketers get by with a little help from their friends – well let us introduce you to 32 new content marketing friends to help make your job a little easier. Note: The aim was to only list free content marketing tools, but there are a few paid ones in the mix as well (freebies only get you so far). Unless marked as a paid tool, all content tools listed here have at least some kind of free offering. Best Content Curation Tools for Entrepreneurs and SMBs With the rise of inbound marketing and the growing popularity of curating content, the number of content curation tools to help you find and share content has exploded. Use the following list of the best content curation tools for entrepreneurs and small businesses to jumpstart your efforts as a curator. *Please note: we haven’t been able to test every content discovery and curation platform out there, but all resources listed in this post are popular and have great recommendations. Finding Content on Twitter Twitter search & lists ~ Sometimes the best tools are the simplest.

26 Free (or Free-to-Try) Content Curation Tools Content is still king, but it isn't always practical or cost effective for marketers to produce brand-new, meaty, thought-leadership level content pieces on a regular basis. That's where curating content can come in handy. Content curation offers a nearly limitless method of fueling your inbound marketing efforts. Unearthing and sharing the quality content of others allows you provide your audience fresh content on a regular basis to serve any interest, industry, or market.

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.” New for next school year: teachers are being asked to “curate resources” to accompany the backwards-planned, inquiry-based units of instruction.

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