Tips on communication and content curation in the enterprise from a thought-leading community manager.
Posts Tagged: Curation
Cendrine Marrouat, who authored 5 Ideas to Brand Yourself With Paper.li, is back to help you generate more traffic to your blog. She recently released The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips, a comprehensive resource that provides bloggers of all levels with essential information and precise guidance to attract quality traffic to… Read more »
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 »
There’s a place for curation in news organisations. Media are starting to look for the right mix.
Content marketing is the buzzword of the week. Yet, conversations around markets have always existed. Now you can harness the power of networks to have these conversations.
“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 »
Have information filters, and human beings’ ability to use them cleverly, improved so quickly we didn’t even see it happening?
This independent consultant hates to miss anything — so there’s no room for “filter failure”.
Users of fast growing services face challenges discovering relevant content. To address these challenges is hard because relevance is an ever evolving concept which depends on the context. When the user has a clear goal or specific question, relevance is straight forward: that’s how we got search engines. But it is less obvious to address… Read more »
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