One way to boost your SEO is to make it easier for search engines to crawl your website. Back in 2009, Google introduced “Rich Snippets”, in order to make it easier for search engines to organize and classify information. Here is a direct quote from the “Markup your content Items” page on Google’s website
Content Curation simply defined is when you organize highly relevant content from the Internet along with your own content. Content Curation is now outpacing Content Creation. In this excellent article “Why Sharing Other People’s Content is Essential to your Own Success“, Aaron Osoff says:
I have been curating news for over 12 years now, and came up with the idea of curation back in 2003, 2004, while developing our multi-tab browser solution. Back in 2001, before Chrome, Firefox and even before Internet Explorer had tabs, we released a multi-tab browser that allowed users to curate and manage access to hundreds of web destinations with ease. The curated information was on the user’s computer, so the thought from the beginning was, how do you share this information with others?
The fact is we are always in research mode. Every day we receive tens of emails, go online to LinkedIn, Facebook and visit various news and information sites to stay informed. During all these activities we find gems. Articles and insights that we like, re-tweet and share in various fashions to inform our social groups.
KBucket page for an example. [ad name=”LTB ATF”]]]>
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