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Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2016 – Part One

Curatti Thank You, 2016

Since our launch 3 years ago, Curatti has evolved into a crowd-sourced blog. Was this intended? Probably not! But it’s quite a journey, and one that we lightly guide , but ultimately go along with. In any given week, we will get several inquiries by potential new guest bloggers. There are also no shortage of…



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Jan Gordon

Happy Holidays From Curatti

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful writers and readers Happy Holidays From all of us to all of you       (Back with more of the ‘Best of 2014’ Curated series tomorrow)


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Jan Gordon

What The Power of a Great Content Curator Means for Your Brand

Many businesses focus heavily on creating fresh, high quality content. Although content creation is an indispensable part of content marketing, content curation is powerful as well. It can add value to the content you already have, allow you to connect with your audience more effectively, and give you the freedom to focus on creating content…


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Martin (Marty) Smith

Why There Is A Curatti In Your Future

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. The Curatti Exception Last week several fascinating and important conversations about the future of Internet marketing, websites, truth, justice and the American way happened (linked below). Great thinkers like blogger Mark Schaefer, Scoop.it’s CEO Guillaume Decugis, Curatti’s founder Jan Gordon and others discussed “content shocks” and asked if content curation can save us. These…


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Michael Nelson

Is Your Small Business Building Committed Relationships?

Successful Small Business Marketing is About Building Relationships Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard that the Internet is a great tool for small business marketing!  More likely, you’ve been bombarded with such messages non-stop, especially from people trying to sell you Internet marketing.  Typically, these messages ignore the exact tenets required to make…


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Michael Nelson

Marketing: The Power of These Three Simple Outcomes

Marketing can seem as complex as Einstein’s theory of relativity at times.  Many people look at small business marketing just as they look at a board full of formulae and consider it arcane and incomprehensible! But it really isn’t so complex.  It does have a lot of moving parts and there are many ways to…


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Albert Qian

Facebook’s Ever Changing Content Carousel

The Ever Changing Content Carousel It’s no question that content is important on social media, and has been a large driver of social media’s meteoric rise as a preferred choice for marketers. Companies such as Upworthy ($8 million dollar Series A in August) have led the content revolution – not creating anything new, but merely…


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Anastasia Ashman

Who Should You Follow Back and Why?

If you’re just getting started with social networking, here’s a hard-earned lesson many veteran online networkers are still coming to terms with. Don’t follow back on social networks, just because. Establish an intentional follow policy. Maybe it seems polite to follow someone who followed you or, you’re connected to them in some other part of…


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Martin (Marty) Smith

Is Ecommerce Stuck In The Mud?

Is E-commerce Stuck In The Mud? After our first Holiday Ecommies Review of 30+ top online retailers (@Ecommies is a new ecommerce ratings, review and award site coming soon). It’s clear e-retailers are stuck in the mud. Holiday 2013 merchandising was flat, uninspired and not original or festive. REI.com and Williams-Sonoma created Holiday 2013 bright…


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