Curatti Best Articles of 2018 – Part One
How has 2018 changed things for you? Have the trends so boldly proclaimed in last year’s forecast articles come to fruition? Have you decided to take a new direction for any reason? (Please tell us in the comments section!) For us, the year was over far too quickly – like a blur. We cut back
Curatti Best Articles of 2017 – Part One
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
Curatti Best Articles of 2016 – Part One
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
Curatti Best Articles of 2015 – Part 1
As 2015 draws to an end, all of us at Curatti would like to offer a big thank you to all of our readers and advocates. More than anyone, however, we’d like to thank our great writers, who make this site what it is. Happy New Year to all! Here is Part One of a
Curatti Best Articles of 2014 – Part 1
As we approach the end of our first full year online, we wanted to pay homage to each of our authors by resharing one of their original articles from 2014, along with a brief curation of each. These are presented alphabetically, by first name, and split over 3 days. (In each instance, you can click
9 Things You Need To Know About Data Big and Small
There are many great resources that detail the benefits of Big Data. Danny Brown has certainly written many (here’s just one example), as has Daniel Newman (and here’s an example of his work). I’m as excited as they and others are. But with the Big Data journey barely really beginning, it seems opportune, even for
To Find Your Customers, Reverse Your Own Customer Journey
Marketers are Customers Too! We’re all so busy trying to figure out how to reach customers, we forget (except when we read otherwise?) that we too are customers! We buy a lot more than we sell! So in mapping the customer journey and trying to figure out how they might reach us, rather than trying
The Burning Question: How Can Our Audience Find Us?
The adage that perception is 9/10th of reality is becoming ever more true in the online world. With Facebook giving their reasons for the decline in organic reach and saying that the fraction of the potential news feed that they show us, is what is relevant to us, the question must be asked as to
How Do You Get Readers To Engage And Why Everyone Should
There are plenty of posts that purport to give the secrets of getting reader engagement with your content, not a small number of which themselves have few shares and no comments. Similarly, we’ve all seen plenty of dynamite blog posts, perhaps with a large number of shares, but with little to no engagement Engagement: The
Is Crowdsourcing The Cure For Your Ever Shrinking Day?
How Busy Are You? You’re busy. You’re really, really busy! You don’t need me or anyone else to remind you of just how busy you are. You may just recognize aspects of your day/your life in this Infographic. Longer days, less sleep, less vacations. You know it isn’t good for you! This article from Inc.
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