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Of all the strategies and techniques I have used to increase visibility of my personal brand, content curation has been one of the most effective — and most fun to use. Content curation helps you know and serve your audience better. By filtering the huge amount of information available online and sharing only the best… Read more »

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How do you grow a relevant following on Twitter? If you’re active on Twitter and looking to raise awareness around your business, a project, an organization or event, this question has probably crossed your mind — at least once. In a new post by Rich Brooks,  4 Ways To Grow a Twitter Following That Matters,… Read more »

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  You spend time curating your Twitter list, editing your content and fine-tuning your paper, but then the question of how you will promote it on Twitter arises: auto-tweet or manual tweet. We frequently hear from publishers debating which way to go and also wondering if the auto-tweet is an effective call to action at… Read more »

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Last night during Mack Collier’s weekly #blogchat an interesting conversation took place around Paper.li. For those of you who are not familiar with #blogchat, it’s a weekly Twitter conversation that focuses on personal and business blogging. It’s a great all-around source of information for tools, techniques and inspiration and the participant list is as impressive as the… Read more »

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When was the last time someone thanked you for a mention in your Paper.li? If it hasn’t happened recently, it’s possible that your Paper.li is due for a content tune-up. Here are a few tips for keeping your paper, and your readers’ content discovery experience, in top form. 1. Review your sources Trends come and… Read more »

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“Information Gluttony”, a previous post, provoked interesting reactions among social media enthusiasts and editors. The need to become more picky is widely felt. Jan Gordon wrote: I think this is most important for all of us, continually refining our ability to select only what we need and leave the rest. Today everyone is a publisher and… Read more »

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