A curate /ˈkjʊərɨt/ is a person who is invested with the care or cure (cura) of souls of a parish. In this sense "curate" correctly means a parish priest; but in English-speaking countries the term curate is commonly used to describe clergy who are assistants to the parish priest. The duties or office of a curate are called a curacy (as the office of a president is a presidency).
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  • Lumanu: Find Influencers and Discover Influential Content

    … Extending the reach of your content is critical. Whether you’re attempting to grow your organic rankings by having your content referenced and linked to by high-authority sites, whether you’re attempting to expand your social reach to relevant audiences, or whether you’re trying to build authority in your industry by getting a mention from…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 8 readers -
  • Why You Should Invest In Content Curation

    … to your site and creating a feed of the latest and greatest ideas. Once you’re familiar with all the ways you can curate content, you can begin experimenting with the format that best fits your brand and marketing objectives. The pros and cons of curated content There are a ton of reasons to curate content, but there are also a few reasons…

    Nate Birt/ Visual.lyin Content- 19 readers -
  • How to Help Your Staff to Curate Content

    … to curate content. #1: Establish Team Structure Collaboration starts with structure. It’s vital to establish clear roles and communicate exactly who’s responsible for what. Two roles are needed: a coordinator and a group of contributors. Coordinator The coordinator’s job is to identify major topics that your target audience cares about, and to make…

    Aaron Orendorff/ Social Media Examinerin Social Content How To's- 5 readers -
  • Curate, Distribute, Curate Your Content

    …: “How to Put Together an Editorial Calendar for Content Marketing” · Aug. 16, 2010 · Content Marketing Institute “Content Curation: Key Tips and Ideas for Brands” · Oct. 24, 2013 · Content Marketing Institute The post Curate, Distribute, Curate Your Content appeared first on Calloway Green. …

    Andy Calloway/ Calloway Greenin Content Blogging- 14 readers -
  • How I Became a Successful Social Media Manager

    … Social Media Managers continue to be a hot commodity in the job market. I started my own career as a social media manager for an recording artist management company in 2009. Since then I’ve worked as a social media manager for 3 different agencies in Toronto. I’m now Director of Internet Marketing at TechWyse where I manage a growing social…

    Steve Toth/ Rise to the Topin Social Paid Search How To's- 20 readers -
  • Social Media Marketing 2015: Where Is Your Audience?

    … alluring with pin-friendly images. Display your products on Pinterest where appropriate. Don’t forget to show prospects how to use your products and to show them in context. Redirect Pinterest traffic for products that you no longer sell. Bear in mind that prospects may be looking at old pins. Instagram Social media marketers should pay…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Facebook Twitter- 22 readers -
  • Is Content Curation Dead?

    … curate content quickly and easily using a free tool, like Spundge? Billed as software that helps journalists manage real-time data streams, I see real-world application for marketing agencies and brands too. If “every company is a media company,”* as Richard Edelman, CEO and President of Edelman Public Relations has said for a few years…

    Nicolette Beard/ Raven Blogin Social Content- 10 readers -
  • Building The Content Marketing Stack 2015

    …. Analysis and Presentation After compiling and organizing a list of some 203 software and service options, we needed a bit of analysis to best present and add value for the reader. Mapping the collection of tools across a scatterplot helped to locate each tool within its use case category, and provide comparison by indicating a basic price point…

    Visual.lyin Paid Search Content- 22 readers -
  • How To Curate Content Like A Pro: 8 Lessons (Examples Included)

    … important trucking is to our daily lives Selected by: Alison Turner, Ryder System Inc. This example should be in every content marketing playbook. Heck – it’s on BuzzFeed. It shows how to connect a boring business, namely trucking and transportation, to the average reader. In Turner’s words, BuzzFeed tells how the trucking and transportation…

    Heidi Cohen/ Content Marketing Institutein Content How To's- 25 readers -
  • Will Content Shock Lead to Better Content Curation?

    … that cover slivers of industries. Technoradi reports these smaller communities sway greater influence. But with each new splinter niche, we run the risk of compartmentalizing information. As the content in each of these grows, it will become increasingly important for brands to abridge, digest and curate the most important information in a given…

    Rodger Johnson/ Relevancein Content- 10 readers -
  • 4 Content Curation Tools to Boost Your Content Marketing

    … sites using RSS feeds. It’s tailored to you because you choose what to follow, and to get even more detailed, you can break down your feeds into separate folders for a better and easier overview of select niche markets. It brings together all the sites you like into one place. 4. Pinterest Pinterest isn’t just for sharing inspiring quotes…

    Tj Welsh/ Jeffbullas's Blogin Content Twitter- 20 readers -
  • 18 Best Interactive Plugins For WordPress

    … them live on your blog. This is a great way to increase reader interaction, especially when creating playlists of audio, video, images, memes or slides. Lists can be turned into evergreen content so that when users participate and share it with their friends, it may become viral in the long term. Special Features: Curate lists on a blog post…

    Divi Fernando/ WooRank Blogin Social Blogging- 37 readers -
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