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Content Curation Success Formula

Ever been stuck for what to write on your blog?  I know I have and there has been weeks (or even months) when I haven’t written a thing.  

However, what’s obvious is that when I’m stuck, I can use curation and get fresh content on my website because it lets me write something. 

So What is Content Curation?  

According to Wikipedia

Content curation is the process of collecting, organizing and displaying information relevant to a particular topic or area of interest. Services or people that implement content curation are called curators. Curation services can be used by businesses as well as end users.

All those blogs and forums you read and find interesting information on, can be curated.  That DOESN’T mean you copy the whole post. That’s illegal and you DO NOT DO THAT! EVER!!!  

There’s a correct process that allows you to find information that you can legally and ethically share on your site.  There is always a link back to the original creator because they created it, and you always acknowledge them.  You also add value, by commenting or disagreeing about what was written.  So that’s what Content Curation is about.

Content Curation Success Formula

When I realized that I’m not the only one who can’t think of what to write and how has writers block, I talked with Hugh Hitchcock and together, we created Content Curation Success Formula.  This report shows you how you can create new posts using curated content.  

Hugh is the CEO of Web Dimensions Inc and I’ve been working with him for the past 2 years.  He’s one of the smartest people I’ve ever met and he really knows what he’s talking about when it comes to curation.  

Hugh makes amazing software including ICC Express, Keyworkz and a new product we’ll be releasing soon (hint, watch the video below for what it’s about).

 

If you want to see a post I created using curation, look at this post.  I curated three sources in that post, Seth Godin, Chris Brogan and Entrepreneur.com, all of whom I read on a regular basis and added comments about what I thought of those posts.

Have a look at our report, I think it’s great and I hope you enjoy it.  Remember, when you get stuck on what to write, try using curation, add value and keep your website fresh.  

So tell me, have you ever used curation and if you do, what do you like about it.  If you don’t, do you want to know more?

Lets talk about it. 

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My 3 Words 2015

2015 – My 3 Words

 

These are my 3 Words for 2015.  Every year Chris Brogan writes his 3 Words and you can read his at the bottom of this post.

My 3 Words 2015

My 3 Words 2015 Direction

Direction

This year I have a direction and I know where I’m going.  I’m also using the word for my travel overseas this year.  Sometimes there seems to be a lot of ways you can go, I have picked mine and will keep going in that direction until I reach the end.  

Grow 2015Grow

I’m growing as a person and as a business in 2015.  I have planted my ideas, and now I am helping them to grow.  I need to grow better healthwise and be more aware of how I look on the world and how I am with people.  I need to grow more.

My 3 Words 2015 Foundation

Foundation

In 2015, I will make sure my foundation is solid, then build on it.  Look at what I have in my foundation, use it, share it and build a new me.  I have a lot of bricks sitting around from all that I know, have learnt and bought, but none of it has been built into my business.  

2015 is be my year to build my solid foundation, allowing me to grow my business and my personal life into the direction I want.

What are your 3 words for 2015?

Check out Chris’s 3 words below as well. 

My 3 Words for 2015

“Since 2006, I’ve been inviting people to shift how they approach their year and how they frame their goals and intentions. I created the “My 3 Words” exercise because most resolutions aren’t especially helpful. We decide something vague like “I’ve gotta get in shape” or “I’ve gotta quit smoking” or “I need to make more […]

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http://chrisbrogan.com/3-words-2015/

 

 

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