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Best of Content Curation: 12th October 2012

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  1. 1  10 Free Content Curation Platforms | Web Marketing Today | Strategies for growth

    10 Free Content Curation Platforms | Web Marketing Today | Strategies for growth

    Many businesses are embracing content curation — the process of collecting, commenting on, and linking to the content of others. The premise is find relevant articles, tips and tools that ...

  2. 2  Building Online Influence With Content Curation | Social Media Today

    Building Online Influence With Content Curation | Social Media Today

    Social media influence is measured by the quality of your content. But what if you can’t always come up with content? If you are like many people, content creation may be one of your most difficult challenges.Sharing content from othersNow, suppose I were to tell you that you don’t always have to create your own content.

  3. 4  Content curation: your next Social Media Marketing idea

    Content curation: your next Social Media Marketing idea

    My talk at the Social Media for Non-Profits conference, San Francisco - Oct 11, 2012. Why does Content Curation matter for marketers? What are 7 best practices

  4. 7  Content Creation Vs. Content Curation | Small Business Mavericks

    Content Creation Vs. Content Curation | Small Business Mavericks

    Combining content creation with content curation is a powerful online marketing strategy.

  5. 8  Storify and the Power of Content Curation | Arc 3 Communications

    Storify and the Power of Content Curation | Arc 3 Communications

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  6. 10  Curating curation topic on Scoop.it | Content Curation Tools | Scoop.it

    Curating curation topic on Scoop.it | Content Curation Tools | Scoop.it

    Content curation tools are designed to assist the process of searching, collating and sharing existing content. Content curation differs from simple content aggregation in that curators screen for the most relevant content, and often edit or comment it.   By curating content on a topic close to them, brands can position themselves as a go-to expert on that topic and embed their communication into the richer context of external content sources.   Content curation tools are multiplying like wild mushrooms. Category leaders, like Pinterest, tumblr and Scoop.it are growing impressively fast.    At the same time, other tools from social media, blogging and search, such as Twitter, Paper.li and Google are strengthening their curation functionality.   Observer (like me) are starting to make distinctions among subcategories like Search Curation (Topsy, Feedsquares), Video Curation (Magnify.net), Content Trends curation (Zemanta, Parse.ly), Corporate Curation (Curata, CurationSoft, Digimind), Content Relationships curation (Pearltrees, Mind.it).   The most popular category is Social Curation. Social Curation enables users to clip and publically share content (mostly pictures, graphics and video) in the form of attractive personalized mood boards (typical of Pinterest, Bundlr). A more specialized form of Social content curation helps users turn twitter feeds into threaded stories (Storify, Dashter).  We can expect much of the Pinterest-style social curation to turn into Shopping Curation à la OpenSky. We can also expect the debate about content curation and copyright infringment to continue to rage. Attribution to the original source should be a fundamental requirement of Content Curation. But it can be difficult when content is re-"pinned" again and again. Scoop.it is one of the best tools in terms of facilitating content attribution.