FrontPageit Crash Course

FrontPageit gives you access to the Internet’s best content, without the usual Internet fluff.

You see, the design of FrontPageit is different from most social sites out there. On FrontPageit, only a few experts create content, and each post is categorized with a topic.

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Content Curation Ultimate Checklist: How to Absolutely Nail a Winning Strategy

Curating content is one of the best online marketing strategies to successfully establish your presence as a thought leader, attract the attention of your audience, and build a profitable business online.

At first, that can sound counter-intuitive. Why is collecting and sharing other people’s content essential to building your own winning strategy? Three reasons ..

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How to Become a Thought Leader People Actually Pay Attention To

Thought leader.

Influencer.

Expert.

Have you ever heard these terms and rolled your eyes?

I mean, they sound great. Who doesn’t want to be seen as an influential leader? The frustrating part isn’t the concept of becoming a thought leader or an influencer. It’s the “how” portion of that equation.

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What To Share: How To Choose Content

Choosing what content to curate can be overwhelming. Unlike Facebook, which shows your content to a mere 3-6% of your followers, all of your followers on FrontPageIt see everything you post upon login.

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How to Grow a Following for Your Own Content

So, you’ve been selected to be a curator on FrontPageIt. Congrats! We spent a lot of time and energy hand-picking our curators, so we wanted to make being a curator worth your while. Here are the top six ways to help you to grow a following on FrontpageIt, making your time as valuable as possible:

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Curate vs. Create: What Content is Shared on FrontPageIt

Social networks aren’t new to anyone. If you’re reading this, you likely have a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, LinkedIn, and/or Kik, among other accounts that you check throughout the week. The content you see on these networks, in terms of source, is mixed.

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