By Neil Patel published May 26, 2015

3 Things to Learn from the World’s 3 Most Popular Blogs

I like learning from people who know what they’re doing. The three most popular blogs in the world demonstrate three powerful lessons that you can implement. Discover which three sites and the practical tip each one offers you. Continue reading

By Britt Klontz published February 3, 2015

How to Curate Data Into Great Content

With a little thought, data can be turned into something that is intrinsically engaging, inspires conversation, and works hard for your brand. Whether it’s yours, others’, or in the public domain, data curation can mean content creation. Continue reading

By Michele Linn published December 25, 2014

14 Checklists, Scorecards, and Worksheets to Set Up Content Marketing Success

Checklists are great when you have many moving parts or want to tackle a new project. CMI shares 14 of its most popular scorecards and worksheets to help you better plan your content marketing efforts. You can customize them too. Continue reading

By Heidi Cohen published December 8, 2014

How To Curate Content Like A Pro: 8 Lessons (Examples Included)

Content curation is not an aggregation of existing content, references, or links. It adds value through unique commentary. Learn more about how to boost your content curation with these eight lessons and numerous actionable tips. Continue reading

By Nicole Kohler published September 3, 2014

The Powerful Content Curation Tool You’re Not Using

Content curation is all the rage right now. But finding all this great content is time consuming. Fortunately for content marketers, there’s an incredibly powerful social media tool that doubles as a search engine for finding new content to curate. Beneath Pinterest’s soft exterior lies the makings of a content curation machine. Learn more about the powerful tool you’re probably not using. Continue reading

By Heidi Cohen published July 28, 2014

9 Content Curation Ideas for Bulking Up Your Editorial Calendar

This is the year of content curation. Creating original content on a consistent basis can require a lot of dedicated resources, both human and financial. So what’s a resource-constrained marketer to do? Bulk up your editorial calendar with these 9 content curation ideas. Continue reading

By Renato Beninatto published July 27, 2014

5 Steps to Global Content Curation That Reaches Your Gooooaaal

If global content curation is your goal and multiple languages are involved, just clicking “share” is more likely to get you into a world of trouble than into your target markets. Global content curation requires more than the standard components of content marketing. Use these 5 steps to reach your global curation goals. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published July 21, 2014

Why We Are Hiring for a New Content Role (and You Should Too)

While content curation with a focus on other people’s content is important, the content curation technique that took Dwell Media to the next level is focused on internal assets — that is, curating content Dwell had already created. Find out why CMI is hiring for this key content curation role (and you should, too). Continue reading

By Mike Kaput published April 21, 2014

What Medium Means for Content Marketing

Grocery shopping used to be a multi-stop affair, but these days you can get everything you need in one place. A similar change is taking place in how people consume content. In a world of nearly infinite content, consumers are increasingly looking to filter out the noise and one-stop shop. Find out what Medium means for content marketing. Continue reading

By Mary Montserrat-Howlett published February 12, 2014

How to Fuel Your Curated Content Marketing with Storify

The greatest challenge still for many organizations is producing steady streams of engaging content. That’s why content curation has become such a pivotal practice in supporting content marketing efforts. But how do you cut through the clutter and get organized? Find out how to fuel your curated content marketing with Storify. Continue reading