A complete Guild to How Curated Content Can Help You Create Amazing Content


A complete Guild to How Curated Content Can Help You Create Amazing Content

For the past month, we have been exploring different ways to find inspiration for generating content for your brand. We understand as business owners and entrepreneurs, it is hard to be on top of your game 24/7. There will be moments when creativity just isn't flowing but you really want to get a fresh piece of content out for your followers. Today we explore how we can use curated content for inspiration and content filler. 

I encourage you to check out the podcast version of today's post. I expand on the content and go deeper into the information. Read and listen for maximum learning.

What is Curated Content Sharing?

Curated content sharing is a way for content creators to share their work with others. It is a form of self-promotion that can help attract new followers and readers.The main goal of curated content sharing is to get more people to know about your work and make them want to read it. It also helps you build your personal brand, which will help you get more followers on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.Today, we will talk about what curated content sharing is, the benefits of using it, and how to use it in the future.

The Benefits of Curated Content Sharing to the Consumer and Creator

Curated content is a type of content that has been created by someone else and is shared on social media. It can be a video, an article, or anything that is seen as valuable.This type of content has become popular and more common in the last few years. The reason for this is that it's seen as valuable to both the creator and the consumer.The benefits for the creator are that they don't have to create all of their own content anymore, which saves them time and money. This also frees up their creativity to come up with new ideas for their business or blog. For consumers, there are many benefits too such as saving time searching for information online, getting information from experts in your field, and sharing relevant articles with friends or family members who may not know about

4 Ways to Get Inspiration for Your Own Content by Sharing Other's Work

There are many ways to get inspiration for your own content. One of them is by sharing other people's work. If you're looking to get some fresh ideas, you'll get a lot of them by just looking at what others are doing. You can find inspiration in the form of blog posts, tweets, online courses and videos, podcasts, or even a book. 

The following are five ways that you can find inspiration by sharing other people's work:

1) Share something on social media

If you want to share something on social media, make sure it's something that will resonate with your followers and their interests. For example, if your followers like photography but not cooking recipes- don't post

2.) Share someone's YouTube content

If someone creates a great tutorial or guide on something related to your product or service, you can share their content and add your own thoughts and opinions to what they shared. 

3.) Share someone else's Blog Content

There is plenty of great content on there and I can guarantee you can find great content that would be in line with how you view your product and services. As with the video, you can share their content and add your own commentary to the piece. 

4.) Share someone's infographic or chart

Infographics and charts are great visuals to use to educate people on facts and statistics surrounding your product or service. Not everyone has access to the tools and resources to conduct detailed research. So it is a great idea to utilize existing tools to enhance your message. Be inspired by what others create, apply it to your message, and give the infographic or graph a story as to how it applies to you. 

With all of the examples above, it is key that you be sure to give credit to the original poster. Tag them in social media posts, link to their original article or video, whatever it takes to let you audience know who originally created the product as well as inform the creator that you appreciate and are sharing their works.

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