Saturday, November 17, 2012

Do's and Don'ts of Content Curation

The final post in this weeklong series on content curation is the "do's and don'ts."

  • No matter where you publish, always remember to add something of your own to the curated content. Just sharing a link on Twitter isn't content curation; neither is copying and pasting sections of someone else's article to your blog, even if you give them attribution. 
  • Try using your curated content as the basis for explaining your opinions, giving insights on a new topic, or exploring the opinions of others.



Did you miss any of this week's blog posts on content curation? Check them out here:
Curating Content to Attract New Clients
Best Practices in Content Curation
Where to Find Careers Content to Curate
Five Great Tools for Content Curation



2 comments:

  1. Great post! and I enjoyed the week longs posts as well. I wanted to share an asset we've created on the 5 simple steps to becoming a content curation rockstar with your audience. It reinforces many of the points you've made as well. http://www.curata.com/resources/ebooks/5-simple-steps-to-becoming-a-content-curation-rockstar/ thanks and keep curating!

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  2. Thanks, Jessie!

    Love the idea of becoming a "content curation rockstar" -- it really positions you as a thought leader and expert resource!

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