Content curation is more than an aggregation of existing content, references, or links. It’s a powerful tool for adding value to your audience while lightening the load for your content team. Learn how to curate content the right way from these examples and tips.
You can publish a steady stream of social media content that attracts an audience without creating it from scratch. How? Content curation. These five ideas will help make it even easier.
The NAACP gets real (in Reels) for a new public service campaign. The Epica Awards gently mocks excuses to drive entries. And Flipboard finds a fresh angle for a new curation podcast. Here’s our take on all this content – what’s yours?
Content creation is hard. But you don’t have to do all the heavy lifting on your own. Let your fans and followers put all their passion, knowledge, and artistic talent on display for others to see, learn from, and enjoy.
If your content is all or heavily text based, you’re missing an opportunity to attract audiences, make them stay, and remember your content. You need to think visually too. Check out CMI’s top five articles on visual content.
Social media can do so much for brands – distribute original content, promote content, grow communities, provide referral traffic, etc. But you can’t do it all. Here are five tips from the five most popular CMI articles on the topic.
People can’t get enough content creation tips. So we’re going to make it easy for you with six tips from (and links to) the five most popular content creation articles on the CMI site.
You feel pressure to fill your editorial calendar. You ponder the how, who, and what that will produce results. You’re not alone. To help, we share ideas from our five most popular recent articles on content planning.
You “voted” and we’re reporting. Discover our five most popular articles about content analytics. They cover performance metrics that matter, Google reports you need, plus social media and influencer evaluation.
Ever have a good idea but not the time to do it? That was John Krasinski. But then the pandemic hit and he had the time to create the Some Good News series. Here are five content lessons learned while watching the eight episodes.
Simply copying and posting links is not an effective content curation strategy for social media. Your audience needs to know why it’s important or relevant to them. It’s your job to provide that framework.
Content curation is a handy technique for all content marketers. Check out these tips and examples to ensure that your brand stays well stocked on essential fuel for its audience relationships.