The Busy Person’s Guide to Content Curation: A 3-Step Process
Brilliant insight on how to optimize #content curation – and some ethical rules of thumbs
Is Content Curation theft? I was unsecure and had a lot of questions.
In the this brilliant #guide from blog.bufferapp.com, Kevan Lee explains thoroughly and detailed content curation and all the aspects, how to utilize curation, as well as best practices. I appreciate that the article also focuses on the ethical aspects. I found many answers and many useful tips a novice on curation, like me, can benefit on.
- What is content curation?
- Examples of where you might use content curation
- How to curate content as efficiently and expertly as possible
- Batch and schedule: The shortcut to social curation
- Inside the Buffer curation process
Is Content Curation theft?
I was unsecure. Had a lot of questions.
I got an a-ha experience when I went on, reading more about curation. Still I felt unsecure about:
- The ethical standards
- Jow much should I produce mysef, compared to curated stuff
- And a lot more
The article abover reponds to lot of these questions. At the beginning, I thought Content Curation was theft. That was before I realized times has changed. Internet bombards us with an overwhelming amount of information, and it is difficult to find relevant answers.
I want to write my own material, but in the process I still learn. I often find myself searching for more info, be it tutorials on #social media or building a table. On everything. When I I discover pages or sites that wraps up a lot of information, useful stuff, links or pinpointed tutorials, I get happy.
What do you think? Is Content Curation theft?