A content curator sort through a fair amount of clutter to find the best content available on the web, thus strengthening his/her position as an influencer in the community. Today’s content mix comprises of 80% curated content and only 20% original content.
Online communities appreciate it when you share their content without any ulterior motive. It only increases your value in your community; it leads to interaction and exposure. When you are promoting someone else’s work, chances are the author will return the unsolicited favour.
Try and curate contents that are timeless. Avoid news-related content when you are creating data bank for the obvious reason that they have shorter shelf-life. The process may seem a bit time-consuming at first, but with the help of right tools you can make the whole procedure of searching, sorting, filtering, publishing and analysing, really simple.
43 percent of small businesses spend six or more hours a week on social media. The study also discovered one-third of CEOs, owners and proprietors want to spend less time focusing on it. If you’re a business owner who feels swamped by the demands of social media, there are simple tools to help streamline the curation process and share it with your team