Curation is Not Aggregation
JULY 31, 2012
While it’s not as pure and noble as content creation, it’s more than aggregation. Are you a curator or an aggregator? Aggregation is an amassing of content. Just like little kids who collect rocks, grabbing at every rock and pebble they can find, aggregators find any and all pieces of content that relate to their chosen subject. Much more.
Marketing via Aggregation, Filtering and Curation – Tools and Resources
JANUARY 31, 2011
Aggregation. How Marketing Might Want to Aggregate, Filter, Curate, Publish and Distribute. Can you give priority to your own content within the aggregated content? How to Curate Content for an Aggregated Content Site. Then aggregate. Content aggregation drives viewers, but can it drive profits? Curation: The end of content aggregation as we know it.
Customer Experience in the Age of the Aggregator
JULY 5, 2016
In the age of the aggregator, the power of the consumer has never been greater, and brands simply can’t afford to enter the social realm and try to “play the game” by their own rules — whatever those are. So, how can you create customer loyalty in an online world full of sites battling it out with aggregators like Facebook, who want to be the home of everything?
Facebook’s New Comment System: All You Wanted to Know
The Marketing Blog
MARCH 6, 2011
The latest comes in the form of Facebook’s newly launched comments plug-in, a powerful system that is bound to re-define how users comment on Blogs and other social media sites. Let’s look at this all new plug-in and what makes it vastly different from already available commenting systems like Disqus, Intense Debate etc. What’s so Unique about FB Comments?
Content Curation versus Content Aggregation
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Content Curation versus Content Aggregation: A Velvet Mr. T Painting Two posts brought to my attention the discussion starting to take root about the worlds of content aggregation versus content curation. Not an aggregator. Curation goes one step beyond aggregation by adding an active, ongoing editorial component. Aggregation has its place.
Facebook Commenting Platform: Pros and Cons For Businesses
MARCH 2, 2011
Facebook has announced a new version of its Comments Box plugin – its social plugin that enables Facebook-connected commenting on a website. Facebook’s Comment Box plugin. Among the features Facebook has revealed: Social relevance – the new plugin uses what Facebook calls “social signals to prioritize comments on posts. Reduced spam. Cons. 1.
What’s the law around aggregating news online? A Harvard Law report on the risks and the best practices
OCTOBER 18, 2010
ABOUT ARCHIVES CONTACT SUBSCRIBE TWITTER What’s the law around aggregating news online? Harvard Law report on the risks and the best practices By Kimberley Isbell / Sept. 8 / 10:30 a.m. [So much of the web is built around aggregation — gathering together interesting and useful things from around the Internet and presenting them in new ways to an audience. billion in 2008 alone.
How To Engage On Sites Using Facebook’s New Commenting Plugin
MARCH 8, 2011
Facebook recently introduced a new version of its Facebook Comment Box Plugin , allowing website owners to integrate their commenting functionality with their Facebook presence. We’ve already looked at the pros and cons of the Facebook commenting plugin for businesses considering implementing the plugin on their sites. Let us all know what you think in the comments below.
Content Aggregation: The Future of (B2B and Consumer) Media?
SEPTEMBER 21, 2010
Instead, successful media will become aggregators and editors of content, rather than creators. Online content aggregation is as old as the Internet itself, beginning with AOL. Technology to “scrape websites and republish content (legally or not) has also been around for some time, but until recently, doing content aggregation well required either a massive investment in infrastructure (like Moreover ) or a unworkable level of manual effort. New tools, however, are bringing sophisticated content aggregation and curation within reach of midsized enterprises.
Aggregation and curation: two concepts that explain a lot about digital change
SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
Aggregation and curation: two concepts that explain a lot about digital change Posted by Mike Shatzkin on September 21, 2009 at 12:50 pm · Under Authors , Community , General Trade Publishing , New Models , Publishing , Supply-Chain , Vertical Aggregation and curation: two concepts that explain a lot about digital change Every time I read a story about why newspapers are failing that doesn’t mention the role of aggregation and curation in their troubles, it reminds me that something very fundamental is being missed, even by very sophisticated observers.
Aggregation or Content Hijacking
OCTOBER 1, 2010
SocialMouths personal branding | social media | blog design Follow @socialmouths: Twitter Facebook RSS Home About Us What We Do Connect Aggregation or Content Hijacking Usually when other blogs post your content is a good thing, you increase your visibility, you get some extra traffic and depending on the blog, it could even be good for your search engine ranking. But wait! Awesome! Really?
Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 2: Aggregation Is Not Curation
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
Print this article | Read this article in: | Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 2: Aggregation Is Not Curation We are no longer just consumers of content , we have become curators of it too. As I see it: " Aggregation is automated, curation is manual. Automated aggregation is not the solution. In fact, aggregation can equal aggravation. Guess what?
Content Aggregation For Links, Traffic And Buzz
OCTOBER 12, 2010
For this post, I am not talking about scripting content, I am talking about manually collecting it and being a human aggregator of the best, editorially chosen material. I know that’s not the usual definition of aggregation on the web, but I think the actual, not buzzword definition of the word works to describe this strategy. This includes aggregating content. Perfect.
The Liberation Of Comments And The New Storytelling
MARCH 3, 2011
People leaving comments on a Blog has changed. The primary reason that people leave a comment on a Blog is to add their perspective. Many will point to comments as the key differentiator between what is a Blog and what would otherwise be known as an article. The question is this: is a Blog post any less valuable if the comments don't take place on the Blog post but happen anywhere and everywhere in the online sphere? There's no question that they could have pushed this even further by adding a "Comment On Facebook " call to action as well. It's easy.
Facebook Adds Guide, Heatmap Features for 360 Video; New Video Metrics
AUGUST 10, 2016
This information is pulled from aggregate data of our view ports, measuring every time your viewer moves 30 degrees within the scene. For the first time, publishers will be able to see how aggregate audiences engaged at specific points during a Live broadcast and see when they were moved to react to, comment on or share the video. Head to the new “360 Controls” tab.
Aggregation Editorial Social Layers
NOVEMBER 5, 2009
In the post they describe a new site around climate change: Climate Pulse tracks a wide range of source for information, comment and content about the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference (COP15). It’s different from mere aggregation services because there is an editorial layer and a social layer. The editorial layer allows curators to highlight specific pieces of content.
Sony Builds Interactive Social Media Hub For 2014 World Cup
The Realtime Report
JUNE 3, 2014
This online forum, which opened on May 1st, compiles the comments and conversations of soccer fans across the world on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, organizing them all on one website. One Stadium Live will evaluate the meaning of each post and group together similar comments, allowing fans to interact on a global scale.
gazeMetrix: Monitor Your Visual Brand Mentions Based on Image Recognition
JANUARY 10, 2013
With all the various monitoring and social data aggregations tools combined, brands are increasingly able to collect true insights. This obliges brands to put in a lot of human efforts in filtering through all the data collected by aggregation tools. Monitoring brand mentions, share of voice, sentiment etc. are the essentials of analysing what is being said about your brand online.
Facebook Announces New, Improved Share and Save Options, Social Plugins
JUNE 28, 2016
Facebook announced in a blog post that it released Save to Facebook and Share to Facebook buttons for Google Chrome; redesigned its social plugin buttons (like, share, send, follow, recommend, save); and will offer publishers the ability to add like, comment and share buttons to the bottom of Instant Articles “in the coming weeks.”.
Am I curating yet? Drawing the lines between creation, aggregation and curation
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Home Comment Caviar Be 3-D. My Work Content Curation Subscribe Dare To Comment Fresh insights on social media and content curation marketing from a young professional in the field Am I curating yet? think it’s close to universally recognized that Google News, for instance, has been in the aggregation box. Share this on Facebook Subscribe to the comments for this post?
New Features Added to B2B Marketing Zone and Social Media Informer
AUGUST 17, 2011
The intent of the sites is to aggregate and make it easy to find great content. You can still comment and interact with the content on the original site. Tony and I look forward to continuing to improve them. If you have thoughts, or comments, please feel free to contact Tony Karrer via email at: email@example.com. You can change the Edition at any time.
Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
SEPTEMBER 23, 2009
Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Opinion , Social Media > Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators by Tamar Weinberg on September 23, 2009 Share This is a guest post from Josh Schnell, founder of Macgasm.net and web developer. The major “Web 2.0″
The Wrap, Newser and Content Aggregation: How Much Attribution is.
APRIL 8, 2010
Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk The Wrap, Newser and Content Aggregation: How Much Attribution is Enough? To me the real question is: when one site aggregates another’s content, how much attribution is enough? Personally I think aggregated stories should always include an inline attribution link. Thanks for the write up.
Aggregate your online activity using Tumblr [Tutorial]
OCTOBER 26, 2010
Subscribe to 8824 RSS Subscribers 321 Aggregate your online activity using Tumblr [Tutorial] October 19, 2008 | In Tutorials , WebApp | View Comments Friendfeed is a great site. It collects all your “social networks activity and creates a linear feed where your friends can leave comments. If you have any questions, just post in the comments. Read more.
Content aggregation drives viewers, but can it drive profits?
OCTOBER 12, 2010
™ Login Register Advertise with Us Browse by Topic In Focus iPad Smartphones Social Media SEO / SEM Paid Content Content Aggregation / Curation Hyperlocal Tags Advertising Audience Development Design Editorial Technology Products & Resources Publisher's Playbooks Industry events Site index Content aggregation drives viewers, but can it drive profits? ” Other aggregation-focused publishers are already there, albeit on a smaller scale. ” “We aggregate more than we do original reporting,” he says. Copy Foursquare.
WordPress Plugins that Make Your Blog Comments Social
JULY 12, 2011
Have you noticed a decrease in the number of blog comments you get and an increase in Facebook likes and Twitter tweets about your posts? Are you worried that you are loosing social proof about the validity of your posts to the social media conversation, rather than as direct comment on your site? There is a way to get the best of both worlds and aggregate comments and social media responses on your site. Fewer comments seems provide less social proof that people like your content, but this is not necessarily true. note on hosted comment systems.
Are Aggregators Really The Problem? | PlagiarismToday
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
Copyright Myths Press Contact Are Aggregators Really The Problem? for nearly $6 billion in 1999, had some choice words for content aggregators such as Google News when discussing the issue as part of a panel. He said that, when thinking about such aggregators, “The word that comes to mind is vampires. When you think about vampires, they just suck on your blood. He also encouraged newspapers to block Google News from linking to their content as well as block other aggregators. But are aggregators really the problem many in the mainstream media want to believe?
Is Flipboard the First Social Aggregation Product?
OCTOBER 5, 2010
Home Categories Online Marketing SEO Social Media Website Measurement About Us About Virve Clients Contact Us Industry Partners and Resources The Team What We Do Subscribe Register Jul 1 Is Flipboard the First Social Aggregation Product? Online Marketing , Social Media The one thing the internet is exceptionally good at is aggregating information in one single spot so that users can access the information in their world in a convenient manner. You could say the first real aggregators were the search engines such as Alt Vista and even Google. Ashton’s 5.3
To Create OR To Aggregate, That is The Question
SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
» To Create OR To Aggregate, That is The Question. Some would argue that aggregating content provides a more fruitful experience for users, and while this may be the case, what does this do for your brand, or credibility? Responses to “To Create OR To Aggregate, That is The Question. better user experiences with aggregated feeds. This was unsuccessful.
Four Ways to Keep Content Fresh
JULY 29, 2015
They aggregate a bunch of content every day (at least 10 articles) around one topic (I subscribe to entrepreneurship, leadership, and social media). Read the comments. Maybe no one is commenting on the content you create. Readership and subscribers grow significantly every month, but no one comments. So read the comments on other blogs inside the industry.
The New Dilemma: Social Media Exposes Us to Too Much, Too Often
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
DECEMBER 26, 2012
will also cover some of the popular ways that power users use useful services and features to better organize and aggregate the constant flow of high quality, popular content. Fortunately there are some ways to help with aggregating and sorting the numerous resources we use online to find the latest and greatest. This is a guest post by Jason Butlion. Featured Social Media
Curation: The end of content aggregation as we know it
OCTOBER 12, 2010
™ Login Register Advertise with Us Browse by Topic In Focus iPad Smartphones Social Media SEO / SEM Paid Content Content Aggregation / Curation Hyperlocal Tags Advertising Audience Development Design Editorial Technology Products & Resources Publisher's Playbooks Industry events Site index Curation: The end of content aggregation as we know it Comments 0 Advertisement When it comes to the problems plaguing digital publishers, a museum is the last place one would think to look for solutions. presents publishers with every piece of content it aggregates.
Content aggregation solutions move beyond the RSS feed
OCTOBER 12, 2010
™ Login Register Advertise with Us Browse by Topic In Focus iPad Smartphones Social Media SEO / SEM Paid Content Content Aggregation / Curation Hyperlocal Tags Advertising Audience Development Design Editorial Technology Products & Resources Publisher's Playbooks Industry events Site index Content aggregation solutions move beyond the RSS feed Comments 0 Advertisement As content demands increase while editorial staffs shrink, digital media companies are continually on the lookout for new sources of content. Article Apps versus mobile Web: Who will win?
A Tale of 2 Vatican Videos
JUNE 29, 2011
Pope Benedict XVI sent his first tweet this week to launch News.va , developed by the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Social Communications, aggregating content and links from Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube; along with radio, TV, print, and other media outlets. It is narrated in English, has been viewed 26,304 times and has zero comments. Thank you for reading!
Tools for Monitoring Online Conversations: Part 2 of Monitor Your Brand Online
JANUARY 12, 2010
In order to make things easy you should fiirst create a place that will aggregate all your monitoring results like an RSS reader. Here are some RSS aggregation services : Google Reader , Bloglines , Fastladder. Comments. This blog post is the second in the 2 part series on brand monitoring. In case you missed the first blog post, here is the link: Monitor Your Brand Online.
Offsite Content Marketing: Six Tactics to Reach New Audiences
JANUARY 28, 2015
The comments were alive with things such as “the Internet is over-valued,” which means comments and social shares are too, and without those things, you’re losing out on important data to help guide your content. Two ends of the spectrum and lots of smart comments in between. Comments! Comments! Comments! By Gini Dietrich. Guest Blogging.
8 Tools to Curate Content for Social Media
NOVEMBER 24, 2015
You can also enhance your story by adding posts, photos, or comments from you site. Feedly is basically an RSS aggregator. Content curation describes the act of searching the web for awesome topics, blogs, quotes, news articles, videos, images, or other forms of content to share with your audience. If you’re a marketer, you would already know this fact. Check ‘em out! The trap.it