Content Aggregation: The Future of (B2B and Consumer) Media?

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Examples range from Google News and Yahoo! These technologies include Browse My Stuff (which powers both the B2B Marketing Zone and Social Media Informer ) and , which enables users to create custom online “newspapers&# based on a Twitterer and his/her followers, a hashtag subject or a Twitter list. Post on Google Buzz. “Traditional&# media is struggling.

31+ of the Coolest Social Media, Search and Web Tools of 2010

Webbiquity SMM A realtime social search engine that pulls current and recent results for any term from Twitter, Facebook, Google Buzz, Digg and Delicious. Blekko’s Tools Give Search Marketers Google Alternative by MediaPost Online Media Daily. Granted, the web is littered with “Google killer&# alternative search engines, but Blekko , created by Rich Skrenta and Mike Markson, is really cool. Post on Google Buzz.

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Why and automated curation are doomed to fail

Danny WhatMough adapts its auto-tweet » Why and automated curation are doomed to fail September 5, 2010 // Tweet If you’ve been active on Twitter recently, you will have no doubt come across You know, those autotweets that crop up from time to time encouraging you to click through and read xx’s ‘Daily’ Essentially, As the creators themselves say: “ The Engine Group

Curation is Not Aggregation


Do you rely on Google’s algorithm and to tell you what’s popular and trending? I’m not a big fan of It’s just this much shy of spamming as a way to build page traffic for

Set Up Social Media to Give You Great Post Ideas


Google+. Google+ also allows you to curate social content through its Circles. On Google+ you can create a Circle (of friends, colleagues, thought leaders, etc.), adding Google+ profiles and brand pages to that circle. Then, when you need inspiration for a post, go to the Google+ home screen, and choose only to view a certain Circle by selecting that Circle’s tab.

35 Stupendous Social Networking Facts and Stats

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Though “social media” broadly encompasses a variety of platforms including blogs (WordPress, Medium, Tumblr), content sharing (YouTube, SlideShare, Instagram), and content curation (Scoop.It, Triberr,, the term is nearly synonymous to many for the big social networks. And with Google+ being deprecated , social networking now primarily means the “big three” of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, plus Pinterest now at #4.

Let’s Be Clear on Content Creation vs. Content Curation

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It Drives Traffic – Google loves original content especially if it’s useful and SEO (Search Engine Optimization) friendly. Paper.Li- This is a great social media marketing tool which curates your popular tweets and formulates them in a super handy online newspaper. Content Creation versus Content Curation … which is best for your brand? This is the hot debate raging in the marketing world.

Content Curation Tips: 6 Places to Find Content to Share on Social Media

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Set Up a Paper.Li. While the results of automated content curation can be mixed, one of the best-known tools for Twitter is Google+. Who knew that Google+ was a dream come true for content curation specialists? The up-and-coming social network combines many of Google’s rich keyword search capabilities, allowing you to super-easily connect with images, videos, infographics, and links that fit the bill for your social media strategy.

Three Ways Users Can Help Keep Twitter Vibrant

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That seems to be a common question right now, according to Google. Is Twitter dying? “Dying” may be too strong a word, but the microblogging social network is clearly struggling. Adrian Segar recently wrote, “The effectiveness of Twitter as a connective social media channel is declining…the rate at which users follow established accounts has slowed dramatically.

The Unsexy Truth about Finding Traffic for Your Blog


Last week I tweeted that I’d not checked my Google Reader account in a month. Again, “normal&# people still head to Google to find content. Well, it turns out that I’m not the only one. Within minutes, I started getting tweets back from others saying that they rarely check their RSS feeds any more. Instead, people were finding content from other sources including: Twitter. Facebook. email subscriptions.

Let’s Talk Content Curation and Creation for Social Content

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Google loves original content especially if it’s useful and SEO-friendly. Try Paper.Li. What is content curation? How does it differ from content creation? Here’s a look at what each offers social media managers and digital agencies.

Efficient Blog Commenting: Save Your Time and Energy


You’ll be surprised how easy it is to practice a regular blog commenting schedule via your Google reader. I allocate 30 minutes every day to visit my Google reader and comment on unread posts. Use A typical paper will look like this: I skim my own daily and collect a handful of new blogs that I rapidly check out to see if they’re worth commenting on, and adding to my Google Reader. Use Google Alerts.

50 (of the) Best Twitter Guides, Stats, Tips and Tools of 2010 (So Far)

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Tad Chef covers the best practices for SEO with Twitter: how to rank in search with your profile and tweets, get found in Twitter search, make your tweets spread virally and capitalize on Google real-time search. John Jantsch shows how to target Twitter users by occupation, bio or location and get the most out of Twitter by creating “some very powerful searches and alerts combining Google and Twitter.&#. Post on Google Buzz.

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What really ended EMAP’s golden days?

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That was around the same time as Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google. And that’s before we get into the likes of, or Flipboard etc. (I

Fetching Friday – Resources, Guest Blogging Contest & Rocket Timelapse


Make a webpage for each store location – how to utilize local search from the Google guru himself. Top 10 Google products for bloggers – with exception to one or two, if you’re not using them, you should be! – read Twitter like a newspaper. This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, a great guest blogging contest, and an amazing timelapse video of the Discovery prepping for take off.