The Value Differential: Content Curation vs. App Spam | Shatterbox

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Enrique Rubio: me ha resultado muy interesante, y útil, incidir en las auto-agregaciones y auto-tweets, tan de moda en la actualidad y consideradas como ‘aplicaciones spam’ por TwitCleaner, que generan en muchas ocasiones ‘ruido’ para nuestra potencial audiencia. Me aplicaré el cuento. Fig.- from   Robin Good: A short article by Jay Pinkert, but pointing to an increasingly critical issue for anyone interested in curation. The value differential.From the article: «The essence of curation, then, is the curator’sinformed and discriminating point of view and active participation.   As with most endeavors that require extra personal attention and effort, there’s strong temptation to look for shortcuts – that means you, and Summify.   It’s worth noting that Twitter ranking/management clients like TwitCleaner classify tools that auto-aggregate and auto-tweet your content feed as “app spam.”   Over-reliance on those tools can negatively impact your social media profile and rankings, and those items are less likely to be shared than ones you’ve clearly considered and bundled on your own.»
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