Content Curation 101 [infographic]

We’ve looked at what content curation is – content curation basics, then content curation best practice (the post where I share a free download with my top tools and resources for content curation) and now just for fun… and infographic :D

content curation infographic

Tools for Awesome Content Curation

Happy curating :)

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9 Comments

  1. Hey Sarah,

    We all know that content has great importance now a days, since the birth of Google Panda and Google Penguin. That’s the main reason why we are over-flooded with variety of content.

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    • Hi Aasma, yes there’s a lot of content around these days… and of course in a few years that will change to whatever google decides is best for their business. Not sure what’s good for them is good for me though :)

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  2. Hi Sarah, content is so important now. Seems like people are in technology overload with all the ways to share information these days. However, if used correctly it helps make contacts, friends and gets your voice heard more than ever before.

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    • Hi Debbie, I agree totally :) Good content makes great friends, just one of the many benefits to sharing and creating good content.

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  3. Sarah, thanks for the comparison and contrast between sharing and curation. I’ve often wondered what the difference was between the two. Now I know! I appreciate you putting this informative series together! One of my favorite sources for content curation research is StumbleUpon: I’ve been amazed at the quality of some of the articles I’ve found there.

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    • Hi Steve – yes I love Stumbleupon to, and as you use it and it adapts to your likes it brings great articles to both share and curate :)

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  4. Thanks for mentioning Listly.

    Much appreciated.

    Nick

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    • Ho could I not include List.ly, I have to confess Nick, I am thinking of devoting an entire post to the power of List.ly, I just need to find the time to write it :)

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      • We should talk and make that easier for you:)

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