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Content Curation: 9 Things to Keep In Mind

Anyone who aims to drive a successful social media marketing effort will need to get comfortable with content curation. Content has become the glue that holds the whole social marketing process together. It is not enough to write and promote your own content. To establish expertise in your field, you need to read, understand, filter,

 
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No More Direct Links – Scoop.it tip of the week

First, what is the Direct Link feature? If you are a Pro or Business plan member on Scoop.it, you have the option when posting curated content to your social networks to have it linked directly to the source of the content and not back to your post within your Scoop.it topic. Why am I keeping it

 
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Branding & Marketing using Scoop.it for your business.

With the launch of Scoop.its new series of templates now marketers and business owners are offered new ways to brand their topics. Using these new templates, I’ve re-looked at the branding possibilities within the platform. As a long term Scoop.it user, it has become part of my marketing strategy and I’ve seen a good return

 
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Content Curation and Idea Generation Tools

Content marketing improves brand awareness. It costs 62 percent less and generates three times as many leads as traditional marketing. There’s no doubt that every business owner should be using this form of promotion. Once you have your website live, it’s time to start content marketing. Don’t become overwhelmed. You don’t have to produce multiple blog posts

 
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An In-depth Guide to Content Curation #contentcuration

Content curation is something that spurs quite a few debates over the web, and its not even about its usefulness or effectiveness – most people agree that content curation can be valuable, but there seems to be some discrepancies about its very definition! Yes, that’s what Internet guys fight about; its nature. Brian Yanish –

 
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