How To Curate Shareable Content [Infographic]

Filed in Blogging, Content by on November 11, 2016

Mobile website prototyping flat illustrationWhat if I told you that the internet is a super crowded place with too much content?

You'd probably chuckle and tell me that's obvious.

But what if I told you that content is king and you can curate it and grow your website at a rapid rate while doing so?

It's not only the best way to reach out to your readers but it's also an effective way to build up trust with your audience.

However, you can't just curate any kind of content and expect the whole web world to revolve around you.

A strategy is needed to be put in place in order to curate content effectively.

It doesn't matter how big or small your brand is, content curation is an amazing way to expose your website to new heights.


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This was a guest submission: Derek Miller is a content marketing consultant for CopyPress. CopyPress is a leading digital content production company, specializing in articles, infographics, interactives, and videos. For content marketing advice and more information about our capabilities, visit


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  1. Matt Sayle says:

    Love the infographic, up until the end with your author profile image.

    Pretty tacky if you ask me - put a freakin' shirt on!

  2. Ndayishimiye says:

    Hello everyone!
    Do you feel free to create valuable content?
    If you do so,that is not doubt your website will be shared the most by your visitors.

    But on the other hand,if the articles on your website have a low value,I also do not doubt you will struggle to get people sharing them.

    Thank you stand by,and share with us your ideas.

  3. Amar kumar says:

    Hey Nader,

    Every day, people all across company from marketing, to product development, to sales, to customer service discover a treasure trove of sharable, click-worthy content. We need to use the processes outlined above to take advantage of all of the wonderful content the people in our company come across daily, and we'll soon have a never-ending source of quality content to share on social media. Eventually, thanks for reveling a light on this topic.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  4. Jason says:

    Thank you! great article!

  5. Great post! Thanks for showing the proper way to curate content.