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First published on LinkedIn.
A few weeks ago, I made the trip down to Content Marketing World, “the largest content marketing event on the planet” with over 2600 delegates representing 50 countries.
I wanted to explore how the activity of content curation—the process of collecting, organizing and displaying information relevant to a particular area of interest—was impacting this massive content marketing industry.
A comprehensive resource for content marketing covering a wide range of topics of interest to content marketers.
Primal, a content discovery assistant, does most of the grunt work of finding the right information for the specific topics featured on the site.
Content curation, the activity of collecting, organizing, and presenting information of interest to a target audience, is an essential component of content marketing.
As in many areas of marketing, aspects of content curation are being automated. Marketers are exploring how smart machines can help improve their productivity and performance.
Introducing Primal’s intelligent content feeds
If you’re like us, RSS feeds are an essential part of your content pipeline. You use these feeds to keep track of the sources you care about, and share the best items with your customers and colleagues.
In this post, we’ll show you how to add Primal’s data service to your content curation solutions, as a fully automated, machine-editor.
We’ll also highlight the practical applications and benefits of using a smart machine as a complement to your manual and crowdsourcing strategies.
In the early days of the Web, librarians would often compile directories of “trusted sites” on a range of important topics. In fact, Yahoo! has its roots in what was essentially a human-edited directory of online content — then called David and Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web.