Active on networks? Then you should use a social curation service. Social curation is the process of collecting, organizing and displaying information from your social networking sites. Services or people that implement content curation are called curators, also know as marketers, editors, or anyone actually, who has content to share. There are software solutions that can curate this for you easily, like Hubs.
All social networks can be added to a Hub, the visual appeal intensifies for the visitor, as they can see YouTube videos, Facebook posts, Instagram photos, Flickr images, Twitter tweets. You can also add content from your Vimeo, Tumblr, Slideshare and Google+ accounts. As a content owner to see all your content displayed in this way is exciting as it holds lots of opportunities for generating business through the sharing of content. The difference here is that your content is showcased in one place, the Hub is special in that it will auto update, a service that saves so much time and energy. See descriptive video tutorials outlining how to add each network.
Social curation services can be used by businesses as well as end users. You can create as many Hubs as you like. We find that lots of 3D Issue users are embracing the Hub service, along with the social networking sites they can also add the flip books, ebooks, digital magazines they have created. As well as that adding their blog rss feeds makes the Hub the go to place for all of their online content. An ideal marketing material for email campaigns, imagine your mailing list opening a link to your Hub; being able to see all that information gives a comprehensive view of exactly what you have got going on.
You can operate the software yourself or have someone do it for you. Most offices operate on the premise that the marketing team curate and create content on behalf of the company utilizing appropriate software tools to keep ahead of the game.
By Audrey Henry