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.
How do you compete with big brand publishers. Brands like NYTimes, Huffington Post or Daily Kos, with staff or network of writers able to generate new content on a continuous basis creating engagement and online ad revenue.
You can use your curated research as an engine for your content marketing strategy. If you curate 2 or 3 interesting articles a day, topics that deeply resonate with you and offer valuable insight, you can build an incredible curated library in no time!
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.
Curation is traditionally defined as “The act of organizing and maintaining a collection of artworks or artifacts”. Curators are knowledgeable about their domain and offer additional value by collecting and presenting information in ways that informs the audience.