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Jan Gordon
November 12, 2019

Post: Curatti is 6 Years Old! Thank You For Making That Possible

Thank you from Curatti

On November 8th, 6 years ago, Curatti launched with this article. We’re so proud to have brought you over 1300 articles since then, and to still be going strong. We get way more inquiries to post than we can possibly respond to – apologies to those who never hear back from us! In the last…


Jan Gordon
January 5, 2018

Post: Curatti Best Articles of 2017 – Part Three

Curatti Thank You 2017

4 years and going strong! And we couldn’t have done it without our readers, our contributors and our good friends. As with any website, you will see our evolution if you go to earlier posts. No doubt, this will continue into 2018. The last year has seen a site redesign. The most obvious changes that…


Matt Banner
June 30, 2017

Post: 12 Best Website Building Tools Reviewed [Infographic]

Website Building Tools

This is an epic post by Matt Banner, reviewing 12 of the best Website building tools. It includes a handy Infographic. Bookmark this post!. It is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. 12 Website Building Tools Reviewed I’ve used website builders in the past, and I’ll be honest… it wasn’t the…


Jan Gordon
December 29, 2016
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…


Matt Banner
October 13, 2016

Post: The Evolution And Psychology Of Social Media

Evolution of Social Media

Foreword: This is perfect Friday or weekend reading. Matt has put together a fascinating gif demonstrating the worldwide growth of Social Media over the last 12 years. He has complemented it with a thoughtful history of how it has affected business, and the psychology around both why it works and how to make it work…


Matt Banner
February 7, 2016

Post: Your Guide to Being a Social Media Rock Star (updated)

How To Become a Social Media Rock Star

My first encounter with social media was a long time ago. My first account wasn’t on Facebook or Twitter…it was on Myspace, and this was long before it became a music platform. When Facebook first showed up on the scene I laughed. This site will never take off, I thought. Well, as you can plainly see,…


Simki Dutta
April 15, 2020

Post: How to Write Marketing Case Studies that Engage and Convince Readers

Write Marketing Case Studies That Engage

Advertisements and promotional copy no longer hold the persuasive power that they used to. Consumers of today want to see proof before they make a purchase decision. They want to know more about the ‘real’ experiences people have had with a brand. The fact that 92% of consumers are more likely to trust non-paid recommendations…


Michael Deane
March 19, 2020

Post: 7 Tips For Successful Digital Learning

How To Master Digital Learning

New technologies have disrupted numerous ways we do things.  The same applies to how we learn and acquire new skills. It’s no longer necessary to take up classes at your local college. Instead, you can opt for online courses.  This allows you to learn at your own pace or pick the lecturers you want –…


Barbara Mitchell
December 11, 2018

Post: 7 Psychology Facts That All Social Media Marketers Should Know

Social Media Marketing Psychology Facts

Marketing is all about psychology. You want to influence the mindset of a potential client, so you’ll affect their buying decision. You observe their likes and preference, so you can craft a product or service that appeals to them. Then, you want to convince them to spend money on that product or service. To do…


Jan Gordon
September 6, 2018

Post: 7 Content Writing Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Common Content Writing Mistakes

Unlike other types of marketing, content marketing is focused more on meeting and anticipating the customer’s already existing need for information. The focus here is not to create demand for a need.  Several years ago, James O’Brien from Contently said: “The idea central to content marketing is that a brand must give something valuable to get…


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