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Curate Content and Get Tons of Traffic [INFOGRAPHIC]
Posted on October 24th 2013
Proper content curation is wildy misunderstood by most bloggers and online marketers. There is a way to curate content that both saves you time, makes you more productive (remember that Google LOVES freshness now!), and that Google embraces as a very legitimate way to do content that they will rank and respect.
If you’re going to curate, you need to know how to do it so that your visitors and Google both appreciate it in their own way. The below graphic will show you the basics of curation and stats associated with the practice.
I will continue this conversation in a series on curation in my next posts…