Curating content allows publishers to build a blog empire while remaining on Google's good side.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Page One Curator review just went live on MayDayReport.com and takes a close look into the most popular content curation tool on the market today.
Content curation is being employed by a growing number of web publishers who want to improve search engine results using high-quality, authoritative content while abandoning the murky SEO practices that left thousands of websites on Google’s hit list after the Penguin update.
Google and content curators have one thing in common: they both want to make more money by offering the Googling masses something new: the information they were actually looking for in the first place.
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“It’s hard to find a content guru out there who isn’t singing the praises of curating content,” said a spokesperson for MayDayReport.com. “We wanted to take a close look at the most popular tool on the market to determine how it is helping publishers increase traffic and revenue.”
For many, the latest trend in improving SEO is doing exactly what Google wants, but in an efficient, streamlined and profitable way. The makers of Page One Curator say curating content can be enormously profitable, as long as publishers have the right time-saving tools to get the job done.
The latest Page One Curator review covers the various features, including added SEO tools to help bring more traffic and select the most effective keywords.
It also covers the all important curation features, such as an easy in-dash search feature that makes it easy to pick the highest-quality, most relevant content from hundreds of thousands of options.
“Any tool that can help drastically cut down the time spent searching for text, photos, video and social posts is worth looking into,” MayDayReport.com spokesperson said. “Especially one that can do all of that and publish right to your Wordpress site.”
To learn more about what is involved in curating content, or how to subscribe to Page One Curator by Paul Clifford, visit the official site here.