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    Quote Originally Posted by criceglobal View Post
    We can see content curation/syndication from two approaches. One is 'Done Correctly' and other is 'Too Many'. If it is done correctly then syndication can be a very effective way to help develop your reputation and visibility online. But if too many, this is a controversial topic. You just need to know why it can help you, when to do it and how to do it the right way. Visit this source

    Here are some of the best content curation websites you should use.

    scoop.it
    storify.com
    paper.li
    learni.st
    pearltrees.com
    Agree with you dear.


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    scoop.it
    storify.com
    paper.li
    learni.st


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman View Post
    Times have changed I believe. There was a time when posting having an article on digg's front page could drive up to 170,000 people to your page within a day or if you were not that lucky, you could still get some traffic from them. These days you'll consider yourself lucky if you get as much as 100 site visitors from digg.
    I think the time for digg, stumbleupon etc, is gone. We should think about other ways to promote our sites.
    Things has changed now especially in SEO (internet world). We must learn to adapt to changes. Like now, social bookmarking, directory submission and article submission is not anymore effective. The techniques mentioned are most likely to be considered as link scheme now.


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    Feedly is a great place ot begin your content curation. This tool offers both bookmarking web URLs to save for later as well as viewing their news aggregation section that gathers the articles from specified niches straight to you.


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