Not all curation tools are the same. Some are built to tell a story, and some are built to record history. In this post, I explore the difference between storytelling and recording history and explain how our topic curation tool is ideal for recording history. We will also discuss an innovative way to share history using chatbots.
Did you get the memo that Bots are the future of Marketing? This quote by Riti Dass, data analyst at Mytra Jabong sums the opportunity as follows: “Modern chatbots are, at their simplest, digital assistants that deliver specific results via a conversational interface. At their most complex, they are artificial-intelligence-powered tools that will make highly-personalized marketing scalable. They will change the face of marketing as we know it.”
A Viral Campaign is a message that is shared and spread across all social platforms by thousands of people. In this post, you will learn how to use your followers’ social networks to boost your political campaign messages and reach millions, in essence replicating viral characteristics for every message you share.
Two studies, one by “The online Journalism Review” and the other by “Pew Research” investigate how users interact with news online. We want to investigate how these findings make the case for news curation, and how news curators can benefit from these findings.
Studies show that the average information worker spends 2 hours a week looking for information which costs companies and individuals millions of dollars in productivity. Organizing access to information will solve this problem. KBrowser allows you to manage your context and work more efficiently.