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Lisa Sicard

Flipboard – The Fun and Easy Way to Generate Traffic

Flipboard

If you grew up in the era of magazines, you will love Flipboard. Even if you came after that magazine era you still may love it. The first type of magazine or as they called it then “periodical of amusement” may date back to 1672. It was founded by Jean Donneau de Vize and contained


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Andy Capaloff

Blogging Blunders (And How To Avoid Them) [Audio Interview]

Blogging Blunders

On June 1st, my interview for the Summit on Content Marketing went live. For those who were unaware of this purely online event, it took place over 2 weeks. In that time, 105 people either gave presentations or were interviewed. Some were superstars. You can see a list of the keynote speakers below. I was


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Mark Preston

Stop It NOW! Why Are You Posting Re-Hashed Content?

Re-hashed content is just more blah blah blah

It seems that since the buzz word ‘inbound marketing’ was invented by HubSpot, the world has gone content creation mad. Marketers all over the world became copywriters and the feeling of ‘write and publish as much content as possible’ started to become the norm. Why? Why? Oh Why? I really do not understand why there


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Jan Gordon
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


Derek Miller

How to Curate Content Like a Pro [Infographic]

Curate content like a pro

Curating content is one of the easiest strategies for brands to increase their following. Whether sharing other content on your social channels or curating articles on your blog, curation can help you supplement content while keeping your audience engaged. By combining content and relevant materials into one easy to digest resource (email, blog post, social


Bryan Kramer

Your Essential Guide To Content Marketing

Continuing our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Here is an offering from Bryan Kramer’s “Social Fundamentals” series. Content Marketing Guide In my previous posts, I have explored the basics of utilizing social media to drive traffic to your company‘s site. But without solid content marketing, your best efforts to define yourselves online on


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Julie Ellis

10 Curation Tools and Utilities to Boost Your Content Marketing

Successful content curation requires two things. The first is understanding your audience and what they want to see. The second is finding and sharing relevant content. Ideally this content will come from multiple sources and will include text based content, images, videos, and interactive content. Curated content should also focus on information and entertainment and


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Scott Aughtmon

Here’s How Neil Patel Uses Curation That Goes Viral

I am about to tell you how Neil Patel went from reselling car parts to becoming one of the top names in content marketing. And he did it by using an unusual hyrbid method that combines content marketing and content curation in a very unique and powerful way. But first, I need to tell you an important story.



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Cendrine Marrouat

Content Curation: A Case Study in Doing It Right

Curation museum

Like content creation, curation is not a one-size-fits-all tactic. There are many ways to do it right. As many, in fact, as there are curators. With that said, curation is an art form. It goes beyond the simple acts of copying and pasting a paragraph or two from an article, adding a link, and sharing


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