The most common and fundamental questions that come up whenever I talk about content curation (especially in the context of content marketing) is how “How can you use other people’s content? How does that work with copyright, fair use and more generally ethics?” This is a topic that I have covered before in two earlier blog posts, but since it’s central to curation, it is worth revisiting once again.

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Written by MattMansfield
573 days ago

Great post on an important topic - thanks for writing and sharing!



Written by fyseng
576 days ago

Good example on best practice for content curation. Full of information and well research writing.



Written by pawancurata
576 days ago

Thanks for the votes on my article everyone. Let me know if you have any feedback on it.



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