Making Content For The Blog
Rosenbaum believes that for the successful implementation of the content in the position there are three main focal areas: the end of publishing, publishing (or affiliate marketing) and syndication, or spreading the message in such a way as to encourage new consumers on their site. Blogging is left only by couriers. Rosenbaum explains: “Blogging and movement are like ideals of all Russian nests for dolls, and some bloggers are becoming more and more popular and curated.” So if all the individual bloggers with a single country and affiliate markers and foresight with other countries create and conspire all of them to keep the Web to become only one large, mixed, unpleasant unequal content as it used to be in the wild? That, said Rosenbaum, is the content strategy! She creates that Kristina Halvorson in her book Contour Strategy, where she says that we need to plan not only to create and store content but also to return and definitely because this content is relevant for publishing the first place where it would be most professional and what we will be launching for current during the period.
My opinion about the book
What is my opinion on the book Curation Nation? I found this interesting to read with many anecdotes and facts about simple jobs such as Huffington Post and Pepsi-Cola and a new campaign ADVOCATE to name somebody. It was a good book for discussion on theories and creativity, and it is currently affecting the establishment and development of the world. It was prone to be a little shaky, and there were some claims that the author made for which I felt that they were a base. “The search is dead, it’s almost over,” His great example proves that Google has a search for his name that has been restored by a multitude of different people. Does not he prove that even the seeker is not sufficiently expert in the possibility of being shaken, or is the Enlightener satisfied with robustness? At least, this is the answer that falls from the librarian in the menu. But I’m just one person. Read the Curation Nation for yourself and make your own opinion. At least you will be encouraged to start talking to someone about it. You can also listen to the TED talk Rosenbaum made on TEDkGrandRapids. Curation Nation contains many insights into the future direction of the Internet, about how we all will learn to create and curtail your content, and how brands will have to think differently about their communication with consumers, but this is not compiled in an inspiring way. The Curated read that this item deserves.