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AUGUST 31, 2011 [Social Media] Taxonomy in Content Curation
I’m not sure I buy his analysis, but let me drill down on one of the points having to do with managing taxonomies: The site “ Social Media Informer is an example of using a CMS platform to do curation. As an example, when I select Social Media B2B , the keywords on the left become specific to that topic. Re-engineering the taxonomy is a huge task.
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MARCH 20, 2012 [Social Media] Association Curation
The article goes on to talk about different kinds of opportunities that trade associations and professional societies have including Associations Social Media Opportunities. It filters and curates according to social signals , what people are doing with the content on social networks, and it publishes and distributes as a web site and newsletter. SalesProCentral.
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MARCH 14, 2012 [Social Media] The Sales Association Launches SalesProCentral
Using the Aggregage technology, SalesProCentral collects and organizes that content into topics and finds the best posts and articles using social signals. As you can imagine, when you go to a topic like B2B Sales , you will find great content like: How This Unknown Factor in Social Media Affects the B2B Sales Cycle. B2B Response Databases: Which is Best? B2B Sales? Curation
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JUNE 6, 2009 [Social Media] Social Filtering
Great post on social filtering Eric Sauve - Why Social Filters are a Must for Communities : Social filtering is essential in a community system as when you have more than 30 pieces of content or 30 people it becomes impossible to identify the most relevant content and people. great point about the need for social filtering from: Introducing the Filters -.
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OCTOBER 10, 2012 [Social Media] The New World of Member Engagement – Webinar Series
Generation Y prefers to communicate through mobile or social media and you want to capture them for the future of your association. Meanwhile Boomers are starting to embrace Facebook, but still prefer print media. She presents and comments frequently on social media topics, including on CNN.com, Mashable, ABC News, Politico, and Capitol Hill. About Tom Morrison.
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AGGREGAGE BLOG [Social Media] Two Professional Association Partners Launch New Sites
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
Some of the topics covered by these top writers includes Social Media
, Sales , and Leadership. Even better than that, is the platform’s use of the audience’s social
signals to understand, and display, what is the best of all the content available. 'The Association of Management Consulting Firms (“AMCF”) and the Association of Information Technology Professionals – Los Angeles (“AITPLA”) have both recently launched sites using the Aggregage technology platform. This is provided as a benefit to members and as a means of reaching non-members. Cool is an understatement. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Social Media] Aggregage Launches StartupRoar
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2011
This site aggregates and filters content from thought leaders who talk about topics such as Marketing , Sales , Design , Revenue , Hiring , Social Media
, Business Models , Metrics , PR , Venture Capital , Angel Investors , Bootstrapping , Incubators , Agile and many others. The top items from StartupRoar This Month are some really great pieces: Too Busy for Social Media
Marketing Could Be Fatal. The Only Reason to Participate in Social Media
. For example: Entrepreneurship as a Science – The Business Model/Customer Development Stack. Startup Tools. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Social Media] Aggregation Editorial Social Layers
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2009
Great post by Robin Hamman, who leads the Social Media
practice at Headshift, Curating, Not Moderating, the Flow of Content and Participation. He discusses how the value of using aggregation and curation: A simple enough idea, in practice curation of external and social
content has been relatively difficult for media
brands and other organisations to put themselves at the centre of the flow of information and content around them. It’s different from mere aggregation services because there is an editorial layer and a social
layer. They choose what to feature. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Social Media] Filtering and Curation for Specific Topics
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
For Social Media
Informer , it’s social media
for business. Organizing – For Browse My Stuff, this is where the social
signals and topics come into play. Using Browse My Stuff that has curated content sources and automated filtering based on social
signals , I have immediate access to a really nice page that’s essentially a constantly updated Top 100 list for a large number of topics that fall under the site. Study: Most Effective B2B Social Media
Tactics are IT ‘Lite’. Social Media
for B2B. What is Curation? Summary. MORE >>
AGGREGAGE BLOG [Social Media] Should Blogs Syndicate?
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010
Crowd-Driven: The selection of articles / posts is handled by a crowd of people as is done in social
news sites such as Sphinn, Digg, Reddit, etc. For example, Social Media
Today (SMT) makes full copies of human selected articles. As a blogger, I’m continually facing the question of whether I should syndicate my content and how actively I should attempt to get it syndicated. There are a lot of potential aggregators out there. They have a lot of different practices. It’s really part of trying to Amplify Your Blogging. talks to various pros and cons for syndication. MORE >>
- [Social Media] Hashtags for Listening, Collecting, Broadcasting and Conversations AGGREGAGE BLOG | MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010
- [Social Media] Associations Social Media Opportunity AGGREGAGE BLOG | SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2009
- [Social Media] Tradeshows Need to Get in the Information Business AGGREGAGE BLOG | FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2009
- [Social Media] Finding and Connecting with Bloggers - 30+ Resources AGGREGAGE BLOG | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2009
- [Social Media] What is Browse My Stuff? AGGREGAGE BLOG | SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2009
- [Social Media] Blog Topics AGGREGAGE BLOG | TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
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