The amount of information (images, videos, blogs, etc.) available to businesspeople is increasing at dizzying speeds. This can be a problem. A big and messy problem.
You see, there’s a lot of junk out there. Yet amid that trash valuable information exists that can help you and your customers achieve exactly what you’re looking for.
As with any problem, there are opportunities to be had.
Can you become the go to source for your top customers to help them find the gold? If you can manage that, you’ll become their trusted ally and vendor of choice.
That in essence is what “content curation” is all about.
You can send your customers and prospects copies of articles and links to important information — basically any resource you think will help them grow in their personal and business life.
Some think that content curation is a brand-new concept, but it’s been around for many years. Where the information comes from has evolved, but the essence has not changed.
Zig Ziglar said it best: “You can have everything in life that you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
You can’t go wrong with that kind of philosophy.