Hello Micro-Content Theme Curation and Syndication Masters,
It was brought to my attention that a free document created by my friend Brock was missing from the following page in the content curation course:
It is called Google plus attack plan prep.
Please keep in mind that I endorse Brock’s fine profile set up manual, but only in the context of the One Feed to Rule Them All and One Web Ring To Rule Them All context created by myself and Theme Zoom Architect Sue Bell.
Thank you for sending to me any errors or mistakes I may have made, even when I have tried to give you a high quality process map- but quickly.
Notice that I have added all of my social media contacts to the landing page area. Feel free to contact me on any of these.
What do you call someone who integrates WSA (website silo architecture), social media status update automation, and content curation?
How many of these types of people exist?
You, me, and our membership brethren. (The Cult of Network Empire Curators . . . heh heh heh).
In curation news, famous curator Robin Good chided my friend Pawan Deshpande, CEO of Curata (talked about in the course) for integrating SEO into content curation practices. Pawan got covered in Forbes magazine, so curation is now mainstream. In my opinion, Robin missed the point about SEOs relationship to the new web.
I find it wonderful, and amusing, and opportunity-rich, that content curators do NOT understand integrated theme curation, RSS curation and syndication with website silo architecture.
I mean, website silo architecture is essentially topical curation BY DESIGN.
(Did I say don’t get me started?)
Someone told me the other day that they were using Market Samurai instead of The Last Keyword Tool for curation research. I broke out into sobs of dismay: “Where did I go wrong . . . natural language PROCESSING and topical semantic research is NOT keyword research. Samurai may have ‘borrowed’ our TSMV function but there is no way they can provide semantic analysis with a desktop application.
Conversation RELEVANCE between one topic and another during the headline and article curation process. This means the OPTIMAL balance between HUMAN interest and cash viability across major topics, headlines, and micro-blogs. I know, I know, some of you are giving me a blank stare. I can almost feel it through the monitor. If you get what I am trying to say, please help me explain this better! I give up.
Please email me a better explanation. I pass the baton to our raving fans and members- who actually understand the difference between Theme Research and Keyword Research better than me! (sob)
Or maybe we should just keep TLKT and Krakken between ourselves?
I started to create a rebuttal, but I realized if I did, I would be breaking my own content creation rules. (Keep it Interesting but Incomplete- and don’t give away more than 50% of your professional expertise on a blog) . . . show me the money. (Say it with me now)
There is an amazing OPPORTUNITY that now exist because traditional curators don’t ‘get it’ (yet).
Remember when nobody understood website silo architecture?
Here we go again. (grin)
You guys are doing fantastic.
I look forward to seeing you on the inside.
New version of Domain Web Studio Website Silo Architecture Doomsday Device being release shortly. We refuse to let Matt Da Cruz out of his cage until he completes every last line of code.
Russell Wright and the Network Empire Team
Also see our new Introduction to Micro-Content Curation Course, only a 30 dollar one time fee for the next three weeks.