Why You Need to Curate Your Own Content

You know the guys in the museum that show people things behind the glass and then tell them why those things are significant?

When you post some funny thing on Facebook, that guy in the museum is you.

Sure, you may be sharing stuff about a dog wearing a hat instead of showing off a dinosaur skull, but you’re still a curator.

Curating content has grown increasingly important as the demand for content itself grows exponentially. But there’s something that’s even better than curating any old content… curating your own content.

This means giving your audience what they want in the way you want them to see it.

But before we get to that, let’s talk about plain old curation.

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