On Air: 14:00 - 15:00 EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 28th, 2013
Content is often at the forefront of the community managers responsibilities. We invite some of the most innovative and respected names in content to discuss tips and best practices for curating content.
Our guests include:
Co-founder at List.ly @nickkelletNick is co-founder the social curation platform Listly, that combines crowdsourcing, content curation and embedable lists to drive high-level community engagement, live inside your blog posts. You connect with Nick on Twitter · Linkedin, Facebook and G+ and follow his writing via his other guest posts and on his blogs at NickKellet.com and blog.list.ly.
CEO & Co-Founder at Scoop.it @gdecugis
Guillaume Decugis is the cofounder and CEO of Scoop.it, an interest-based content curation platform. A pioneer of mobile music, Decugis cofounded Musiwave, which was acquired by Microsoft for $120 million. He serves on the board of French startups GameTube and TEDEMIS.
Community Manager at Scoop.it @allygreer
Ally Greer is the community manager at Scoop.it, the content curation platform allowing professionals to share ideas that matter to them. Ally has been a part of the Scoop.it team for a year and a half and is currently based in San Francisco. You can find Ally on twitter at: @allygreer.
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Social Media Strategist and Community Manager at Mack Web Solutions @JuneMaconSocial
June is the Community Manager and Social Media Strategist for Mack Web Solutions located in Fort Collins, Colorado. When it comes to the business of social media (and, well, life), June firmly believes that education and training are paramount. To that end, she constantly seeks out new knowledge, both for herself and on behalf of her clients.You can make her day by following her on Twitter @JuneMaconSocial.
Owner at Social Media Farm @jewelfry
I’m a social media community manager. I don’t buy likes. I build loyalty. My goal is to help Individuals and business’s market and communicate online. As a community manager my job is to improve your social media presence. I specialize in being the voice for small business owners online to provide customer service and maintain loyalty.
Our questions are:
- Why is curating content for your community important?
- What are your best practices on how to curate content?
- How do you determine what content is “on brand” and when to take creative license?
- What’s your position on sharing company content vs. non-company content?
- What’s the ratio of branded / company content to sharing other peoples content?
- Are people consuming too much content these days?
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