Find your voice, amplify your voice, stand out from the crowd
Learn how curating content on a topic creates authority, simplifies marketing, amplifies your point of view, tells your story, and brings all kinds of business opportunities. Save time, produce results, and have fun.
What the heck is content curation — and why should I care?
Content curation is finding quality articles on the web, writing a mini-review (microblogging), and then sharing all across multiple social networks quickly and easily. It’s curating your own work and the work of others. You tell your story and amplify your business offerings while creating win-win relationships with other content providers.
You should care because content curation is your ticket to simplifying your marketing while adding more value to your audience and establishing your authority. It’s all about amplifying your work so you can easily be found on the web and generate more business.
During this hangout we will cover:
- What curation is and is not
- How curation adds more value for readers
- What business benefits curation brings
- Who should curate content and who should not
- How to get started and do it really well
- How to save time marketing and have fun
What has curation brought me?
- Expert status and solid reputation.
- Being a trusted resource that people turn to.
- A book deal.
- A TEDx talk.
- Business gigs.
- A global community.
- Valuable connections.
- 14,600+ followers.
I will share with you all my secrets and best practices for curating content that will help you expand your business.
Don’t miss this hangout — there’s lots to talk about! Let’s get your questions answered and have an awesome time together.
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More about Karen:
Karen Dietz, PhD, the owner of Just Story It based in San Diego, CA, is a 25 year veteran in business storytelling. She works with leaders and organizations to find and tell their most compelling stories. Why? To accelerate their business and expand their influence.
She wrote Business Storytelling for Dummies (2013) with Lori Silverman, and is the top curator globally on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it. This is where she shares for free her reviews of the best material she can find on leading and growing your business with stories.
Karen draws on her experience in Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, and non-profit organizations to provide practical experience, guidance, and story tools that can be put to work immediately.