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Content curation is not new and has been used by many publishers for decades now. This is not a replacement of creating original content but could complement it to keep your audience’s attention.
There are five subgroups for content curation that includes the following:
Aggregation. This is the act of curating data that is relevant for a specific topic within one location only.Distillation. This is the act of curating data in a simplified format wherein only the most relevant and the important information are shared.Elevation. This refers to the curation process with the intention of identifying a significant trend coming from small musings posted online.Mashups. This is a unique curation juxtaposition that merges an existing content resulting to a new and innovative point of view.Chronology. This is a method of curation that combines historical information and is organized according to time which will eventually show the evolution and understanding of a specific topic…
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