In my continuing quest to simplify the subject of content curation, I’m sharing a couple content curation infographics today.
You see, there are a couple problems we’re trying to address: (1) people are building a faulty definition of content curation, seeing it as merely copying and pasting (or even stealing) content from an original source, and (2) people are finding the available information to be too confusing. So I’ve found a couple pieces to just make content creation much simpler for you. I hope you enjoy these little snap-shots and the meaning they bring.
Pieces from 2 Content Curation Infographics
The first one is just a portion of the content curation infographic built by uberflip:
This second one is a content curation infographic put together by Beth Kanter, after she cleaned up some of the controversial words that were in the original version. This one gives a nice contrast between what good curation and bad curation are:
Ron VanPeursem is the Director of Asia Operations for Shift Digital Media, and writes about Content Marketing. He lives and works in India, and also authors a blog for expats living and working away from home.
Ron VanPeursem is the Content Marketing Strategist for SHIFT|Digital Media. He also manages the Content Development and SEO Support Office in Asia. He writes about Content Marketing & SEO.
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