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If you’ve been following along with this series on Content Curation, you will now have learned what the difference is between Content Creation and Content Curation, and which social media platforms work best for each. We’ve also learned how to become a content curating machine, by setting up systems and accessing great content.
If you’ve read my previous posts, I’m hoping that I’ve convinced you to make content curation a part of your daily social media routine. However, curating content well is a time-consuming job. What you need is a system. Today, I’m going to share with you my top-secret methods of content curation, so you, too, can curate content like a boss.
We’ve reached the halfway point in our series on Content Creation versus Content Curation! In this third installment, we’ll discuss some ideas you can walk away with and apply to your own business. Before we do, let’s recap. We started by defining content curation and content creation, and exploring the differences between them.
This is the second in a series of six guest posts I am writing for Constant Contact on Content Curation versus Content Creation. Today, we look at content curation: what is it, and which social networks work best for curating content. Really simply, success on social media boils down to putting out high-quality content in a consistent manner.
Welcome to a six-part series of guest posts that I am beyond excited to be writing for the Constant Contact Blog. Over the next few months, we’ll focus on the topic of Content Creation versus Content Curation. What are they? What’s the difference between them? And what purpose do they serve? How can they help you to grow your following and populate your feeds? What are the b ...