CurationSoft Update: Import OPML File 

Great news for those who have been asking about importing your feeds from, say, Google Reader.  Now you can! Instructions: 1.  You should have seen an update if you’ve opened CurationSoft in the last few hours (it’s fresh!) 2.  Once the update is done, you’re good to go for importing your OPML file. 3.  In […]

Marty Smith Is On A Mission 

Martin Smith has made the most impassioned case for curation I’ve seen to date.  While most experts talk about the topic of curation in an almost clinical sense, this guy is… well, freakin’ excited about it! “I’ve seen tornadoes roar up on dusty Texas plains. I’ve run from a black storm’s vengeance, furry and terror. […]

Curating Silliness: Apple’s Ideas On Samsung Designs 

Apple has put forth some design ideas for Samsung to help the company steer clear of Apple’s patent infringement claims. How nice of Apple! Apparently, Apple thinks the rectangle belongs to them. So they suggest Samsung stay away from that shape in their tablets and phones. Along with the novelty of “rounded corners.” Probably the […]

Jack interviewed on Relationship Marketing 101 today… 

This was a fun interview.  Gina and Ronda do a really great job on their Blog Talk Radio show every week and I was honored to be their guest today. We talked about the basics of curation along with some cool tips on how to be a great curator.  It’s worth a listen even if […]

Yeah, we rolled out another major update to CurationSoft last night… 

You know, this is getting really fun.  I don’t know of any curation platform that updates as much as we do.  All thanks to our tireless and massive team of programmer:  Brandon Hall. Many of our customers have commented on the fact that Google Blog Search and Google News sources left some things to be […]

How Does Linking To Other Sites Bring You More Traffic? 

This is one of the most often asked questions I get from beginner content marketers who are investigating  curation.  I say “beginner” because once you’ve read a few sites  that aren’t just shopping or direct sales sites, you quickly realize that everyone is linking to other sites – a lot.  And not by gun point, […]

Types of Curation Part 2: Curated Hubs 

This is Part 2 in a series.  (Read Types of Curation Part 1) [box type="info" size="large" style="rounded"]There are several different types of curation. In fact, there are almost as many types of curation as there are definitions of what exactly curation is. But there are only two, count them, TWO types of curation that can […]

Types of Curation 

Part 1 of a two part series… There are several different types of curation.  In fact, there are almost as many types of curation as there are definitions of what exactly curation is. But there are only two, count them, TWO types of curation that can be monetized well and used for brand-building. [box type="info" size="large" […]

The Internet Is Full [Infographic] 

We’ve been talking a lot about how messy the web has become in recent years.  And it’s only getting messier.  So much so that simple words will not suffice to describe just how much content is created and uploaded to the internet every minute of the day. We created this infographic to depict how “full” the […]

CurationSoft Launch Price Ends 

Note: These changes are taking effect November 9th at 12 PM EST. With 7 upgrades, including 2 major releases, since our recent launch in August 2011, CurationSoft has come to the end of our launch phase pricing. We’ve done a lot more to the software, a lot faster than we initially thought possible,  to give […]