Matthew Brannelly explaining content Curation
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Ever since it first appeared on the blogosphere in 2009, the term 'content curation' continues to be an important buzzword in digital marketing circles. All Internet marketing professionals who wish to excel in their field should consider including content curation within their online marketing strategies.

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Published 23 June 2015
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Matthew Brannelly explaining content Curation
Ever since it first appeared on the blogosphere in 2009, the term 'content curation' continues to be an important buzzword in digital marketing circles. All Internet marketing professionals who wish to excel in their field should consider including content curation within their online marketing strategies.
“Content curation is the task of sorting through the huge amount of content on the Internet, and presenting selected pieces of content in a coherent manner, organised around different topics” Matthew Brannelly. Or in other words this is organizing and sharing the most relevant content on a particular subject. Though content curation seems like a news service, like Google News, there is one major difference. Rather than a computer doing the automated sorting, there is a designated human being who will be doing the searching, sorting and publishing.
As explained byMatthew Brannellya person engaged in content curation is similar to a museum curator. Just as a museum curator decides which paintings should make it to a particular exhibition, an online curator chooses which pieces of information are likely to be relevant to their audience. Then again, most digital marketing professionals who have been around for a long time would wonder how this differs from what individuals have been doing online for years. For example, everyone's initial homepages contained a page of 'links'. Even in the 90's, most major 'portals' contained content collected from across the web.
So, what's so great about content curation? The main difference between content aggregation today and content aggregation in the 90's is social media. According toMatthew Brannelly, curation comes into the picture only when search stops working, and when individuals become conscious of the fact that they are not only seeking information, but seeking information within a community. The central part of the content curation movement is the 'community', which can be a really powerful way to draw attention to one's digital marketing efforts.