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Flipboard Curation Secrets for Individuals & Teams

MagMaker By Jenn de la Vega January 15, 2016

How do curators sift through so much stuff in a day and pick the best stuff to share in a Flipboard Magazine or on social media? Museum and digital curators alike have their own methods of research, criteria for what they are picking, where they put it and when. Think of Flipboard Magazines as both digital holding pens and final destinations. Unlock these tools to curate for yourself or a group. 1) Pick your sources:  Follow relevant people, magazines, topics and sources on Flipboard to populate your Cover Stories. Connect your social accounts like Twitter, Instagram or Google+ to bring in #hashtagged content or commentary from other people. No matter how many sources your follow, your Cover Stories will be a mix of highlights you can flip through in less than 15 minutes a day. 2) Determine your focus: What is the focus of your curation? Is it general like cooking or specific like sous vide? How many pieces…

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