Backlinks are a strong indicator of popularity for search engines. In order to rank for the top 10 searches (SERP) on google, you need a well crafted backlink strategy. Depending on the keyword you want to rank for, you will need anywhere between 15 to over a hundred backlinks, per post. To get that many backlinks, you need to save and manage access to hundreds of articles and websites to execute on your strategy. Kurator is the right tool for curating and managing access to hundreds of backlinks with ease. Let’s see how it works!
A recent study by Infodesk shows that poorly curated and hard to find content is costing you valuable time! Even the most conservative estimates suggest that the average information user spends a minimum of two hours per week looking for information. So, stop searching and start organizing. You will be a lot more productive if you follow the age old advice: Organization is the key to success! If you look around you will notice that organization is the norm and not the exception.
As a social media marketer or a start-up entrepreneur, content curation may be a key strategy that allows you to re-purpose previously written content to share with your audience. It is extremely useful when you have only so much time to create fresh, long-form content from scratch. Curation tells your audience that you’re willing to take a broader view of topics and stay on the pulse of industry trends.
Opening several tabs at once affects the stability of your browser. It slows down your system, or worse – hangs/freezes it, forcing you to open the Task Manager and start over. Another issue is not being able to see the page titles easily and the inevitable clicking frenzy to find the page you want!
This is my 6th post in a series of posts examining our KBrowser features against Robin Good’s criteria for the ideal content curation tool. Here, Robin has defined a set of features for presenting your curated content online. I have combined editing, display formats, arrangement and navigation and ownership into one post. Let’s take a look at the set of questions and our response.
This is my 2nd in a series of posts examining our Optimal Access features against Robin Good’s criteria for the ideal content curation tool. Here, Robin is asking you to examine the following benchmarks when considering a curation tool.