Use Content Curation to Drive More Traffic

Use Content Curation to Drive More Traffic Avatar Posted by chrismicro under Social Media
From http://tripleseo.com 478 days ago
Made Hot by: bloggerpalooza on December 27, 2012 8:29 am
For the last couple of weeks I have been using a content curation service called Scoop.it to generate lots of referral traffic to my blog posts and I’ve decided to share what I've discovered.

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Written by tiroberts
476 days ago

Great post, Chris. I couldn't agree with you more. Content curation is a killer way to drive boat loads of traffic and get extra visitors to view your content. When I first discovered Scoop.it, I was amazed at the sheer amount of traffic it bought to my blog in only a couple of days. I'm a huge fan of the site as well as Paper.li (a site similar to scoop.it).

I also do my own type of content curation by doing weekly link roundups over on my blog. I compile a list of the most valuable and interesting content I've come across for the week and share them with my audience. This has proven to be a great help in creating my content because I can diversify my content and what my readers receive while at the same time leveraging others content and building traffic and relationships in one fell swoop. Thanks for sharing your insights on content curation. I'm glad to have found your post on bizsugar.com.

Ti



Written by OnlineMarketingMuse
478 days ago

One of the awesome byproducts of content curation is that you learn A LOT more about your topic. Great article on the benefits of Scoop.it!



Written by chrismicro
478 days ago

I agree curation is a great way to keep on top of the latest trends



Written by Ileane
478 days ago

I think I'm the #1 fan of Scoop.it.



Written by chrismicro
478 days ago

It's definitely my favorite curation tool & has a good community



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