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PI CK M CaTCHi        E!        nG THE CUr aTO r’S EY E                Kit Seeborg | WebVisions PDX 2012
The curator is an editor who sorts through        the content to find the informationrelevant to a company and/or its audi...
ON TEN T DESIGN CONTEXTC SELECT!
O riginality       Tpexratphy images      Ty og           S ltyleayout               C olor               h           leng...
SlideShare Home Page
Pinterest - DiY Curation
H OW TO CaTCH THE CU r aTOr ’S EYE...
1              tent eas y to findMake your con
2Follow trends
Curatio n Candy“Top Trend s” lists =                            http://trendwatching.com/briefing
3avoid t he echo chamber
4          te-sized versionsCreate bi
he curato r sees...What t
5Choose your titl e wisely PUN CHY! anatomy of the Perfect landing Page
Jenny twitter ppt final v.2         NOT SO MUCH
6                  bit about yourselfTel l us a little
7               tent easy to shareMak e your con
easy to share
HC  OW TO  aTCH TH E CUr aTO r’S EYE...                1 Make content easy to find                2 Understand trends     ...
T HA NK YO U!     Kit Seeborg               kit@seeborg.com               @zsazsa @bumpertunes @slideshare     Slidedeck d...
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How to catch the curator's eye

  1. PI CK M CaTCHi E! nG THE CUr aTO r’S EY E Kit Seeborg | WebVisions PDX 2012
  2. The curator is an editor who sorts through the content to find the informationrelevant to a company and/or its audience.Curators are not content creators. and this is where the challenge lies for thought leadership. Scott Gillum Forbes Jan. 6, 2012
  3. ON TEN T DESIGN CONTEXTC SELECT!
  4. O riginality Tpexratphy images Ty og S ltyleayout C olor h lengt Error-Free
  5. SlideShare Home Page
  6. Pinterest - DiY Curation
  7. H OW TO CaTCH THE CU r aTOr ’S EYE...
  8. 1 tent eas y to findMake your con
  9. 2Follow trends
  10. Curatio n Candy“Top Trend s” lists = http://trendwatching.com/briefing
  11. 3avoid t he echo chamber
  12. 4 te-sized versionsCreate bi
  13. he curato r sees...What t
  14. 5Choose your titl e wisely PUN CHY! anatomy of the Perfect landing Page
  15. Jenny twitter ppt final v.2 NOT SO MUCH
  16. 6 bit about yourselfTel l us a little
  17. 7 tent easy to shareMak e your con
  18. easy to share
  19. HC OW TO aTCH TH E CUr aTO r’S EYE... 1 Make content easy to find 2 Understand trends 3 no echo chamber 4 include a bite-sized version 5 Choose your title wisely 6 Tell us about yourself 7 Make it easy to share
  20. T HA NK YO U! Kit Seeborg kit@seeborg.com @zsazsa @bumpertunes @slideshare Slidedeck designed by David Crandall david@BrandSuperPower.com
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Is great content enough? Here are 7 ways to help your work get noticed by the curators of the Web. Presented at WebVisions Portland, 2012. Slidedeck designed by David Crandall.

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