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Robin Good's insight:
Why do you curate content? Are you doing it because you didn't know anymore what to write about or are you doing it because it feels like you can save a lot of time by curating instead of writing?
What drives your desire to republish, mention or introduce other people's content? The ever-growing need for fresh content? The desire to become more visible on seach engines thanks to more content and on-target use of relevant keywords?
What is it really that makes you curate?
Cendrine Marrouat has a short but stimulating article, where she invites you to do just that. Stop and think why curation is something that you value so much?
I don't know what your reasons may be, but I have decided to stop and list at least my five top reasons for curating content as I do.
You can read them in the comments of Cendrine stimulating article, right here: http://www.creativeramblings.com/reasons-content-curator/
Stimulating. Valuable questioning and modelling. 7/10
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