The author offers excellent reason for why curation is on the rise in Journalism. Lack of trust in news source, expert analysis and low cost value creation are key reasons for why curators are a mainstay for giving context to news!
The author of the book, "Proof of Collusion" on Donald Trump says that the amount of information released is so large now that we need curatorial journalism to keep track of everything. Our Kurator and KBucket tools are ideal for this purpose.
Great post with excellent examples of the types of bots used to fool people into believing that fake profiles are real. This is why curated content is a solution to fake news. Lets move from a stream to a matrix! Transparency matters.
Thought leadership is defined as someone who has ideas “that merited attention.” Research shows that your are what you read. Sharing your curated library promotes your thought leadership.
The traits of an expert curator is best described by Robin Good in this post. He says that Curators need to be thought leaders, curious about their subject matter, add value and be transparent!
Many of the principles of the art of persuasion are present in curating and sharing others content. Reciprocity, thought leadership, authority and consensus are 4 of the 6 principles that can be used by a curator to influence people!
This posts explores all the specific way content curation benefits your content marketing efforts. So if you are asking why curation should be part of your content marketing mix read this post!
Majority of B2B buyers engage on social media for advice and research to make purchasing decisions. By curating answers to their questions on your site, you will be more successful. Great post making the case for curation in B2b Selling.
Learn what works from experts. Each channel has a different strategy, but growing a large following requires you to post often and KBucket is a great solution to complement your original content with curated content.
Now more than ever we need curation services that allows the crowd to editorialize and tag news differentiating between fake and real news. This study is proof that we need human curators to inform us.
You want to see how curation can influence opinion read the study in the middle of this article. The study found that opinions on presidential debates are shaped by what pundits say post debate. Will a curated library not do the same?
Employee advocacy refers to turning your employees into brand ambasadors. In order to make sure that the content being shared is of the highest quality and in alignment with your marketing goals you should use content curation.
This study discusses 3 points. Most people receive news via social media even though the sources are traditional. Informed people participate in politics, but its unclear if social media is helping. The sources of news can be suspect. All of this tells me that curated news pages can solve some of the challenges of misinformation.
Why should you use content curation to complement your content marketing? This excellent post answers 4 important questions, with lots of examples on why curation, and how you should approach it for great results.
Interesting article that emphasizes the use of curation, points to some studies on "why curation", but also states that we need more peer reviewed studies and evidence. The focus here is more on the effect of curation on collaboration.
The ideas discussed in this blog post make the case for curation. After reading the article examine this KBucket page and see for yourself! Curating and organizing articles as you find them will prove extremely valuable for future reference as well as a source of new ideas.
In this Post Robin Good offers valid arguments for why "search" is broken. He argues correctly that most people trust search engines to deliver to most unbiased results, but the facts are different. Now more than ever we need human curators to fill the gap!
There is an increasing demand for more carefully curated content due to unskilled searches and poorly curated and hard to find content. This wasted effort costs organizations $833 per minute according to this Info Desk study and our solution solves this very problem.
The author makes the point that, when Facebook with all this algorithmic technology uses curators, you come to understand that human curators offer a new dimension not accessible by the algorithms.
A thorough review of content curation with excellent tips on what tools to use for discovery of content, excellent SEO tips with do's and don't list to optimize your strategy. KBucket solves the challenge of getting inbound traffic from curated content. In fact with KBrowser and KBucket you can easily execute the strategy in this post.
Some very useful infographics on why marketers use curation to complement their content strategy. With the explosion of content, finding, organizing and sharing great content offers evident value. Learn how curation builds value for the brand.
The concept of content libraries came about as a lead generation tool. What should resonate with our audience is the fact that a content library is an effective marketing strategy for generating leads, collecting emails and building relationships.
Since much of main stream media is losing its objectivity, colleges need to teach students how to analyze news for truthfulness. Curation, and more specifically KBucket type topic curation can be instrumental in creating a new form of Journalism.
Curators are better at helping the crowd make sense of information online than algorithms. Author discusses solutions to music, news and video curation, with insights of what makes a good curator and curation solution.
Algorithmic filtering may solve some problems but it creates a whole set of other problems allowing organizations to manipulate and control what people read. Human curators solve this problem. Our KBucket platform lets humans curate at scale, providing superior value to the consumers.
I like this analysis on the importance of curation. It points out that the embrace of traditional publishers of curation signals a seismic shift and further purports that the users are seeking context that curation provides. It then goes to explain how curation is thought leadership and a service, its efficiency and imperative for publishers and brands. You can see the results in how we curate and share content with KBucket.
Excellent analysis on the cross section of information and knowledge. The article articulates the need for curation and the value of human input. There is a insightful checklist on "Curation Technology"
Worker take up to 8 searches to find the right information, that is 1.8 hours a day and 9.3 hours a week. Our KBucket solution lets users collaborate and curate information they need to do their work, saving significant time for both individuals and organizations.
This study is an excellent testimonial to the need of curation to deal with information overflow. Study has found that it takes between 5 to 25 minutes for users to find documents and information they need to perform their jobs.
This article offers some valuable tips on how Journalist can add value to their curated content. Our solution is ideal for adding context to news curation, through filtering and summary of news articles.
Interest Graph is what you are interested in and social graph is who you know. This article discusses how an interest graph is more valuable to your content marketing and lead generation efforts. Sharing curated content, targets your Interest Graph. If you are interested in this article chances are you would also be interested in our curation solutions.
Advertisers pay more for content people spend time with! Curated content hubs perform better because curators spend time filtering good content to earn users trust. Measure your own experience on our KBucket page here!
Organizations have an explosion of content similar to consumers. Managing access to this information requires dedicated resource. This article calls this person a community manager. Someone who curates information with specific goals in mind for the organization. We have had great success in this area with our tools.
Many confuse curation vs. aggregation. Many services for example aggregate based on your social activity and call it curation. This post has examines the differences and presents the results in a slide show.
Journalist can not rely on algorithms alone to break the "filter bubble". Take a look at 7 traits that makes humans superior to machines. Journalist as curators of news, offer a distinct advantage over machine algorithms.
Content Curation is a form of data journalism. In this post the author offers a history of data journalism and the Guardian approach to this field. The number 4 item also refers to curation as a component of data journalism. KBucket is a powerful tool for data journalism. Curating and presenting articles over a long period of time provides an important set of data for analyzing history.
I suggest that algorithms will never replace a human editor. Algorithms is a procedure for solving problems. A curator is a human operator that adds a set of parameters machines can never replace, at least not for the foreseeable future. This post provides the answers.
This author argues, and IMO correctly that algoirthms can never replace the Human judgement and that Journalist today need to become curators. I would suggest that organizing and preserving the history of your research is an essential part of any journalistic endeavor.
Philip John, Steve Rosenbaum and Patrick Smith experienced marketers and journalist discuss why curation has become such a hot topic, how it will disrupt the status quo and what value is added by curators.
Article points out that curation is not an end to journalism as journalist have been curating to perform their jobs, but curation has now empowered citizen journalist to play the role of media!