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So you want to take on the mammoth task of curating the web’s content into one convenient place? Nowadays, it seems like everyone and their mother has a blog, so content curation is a valuable service to the many content consumers of the world.
But what exactly is content curation? And how do you actually do it? Those are good questions. While you probably encounter content curation every day on the web, you might not know all that much about it.
That’s what I’ll get into in our big WordPress content curation guide! I’ll give you a crash course in content curation on WordPress. Let’s dig in.
Want to up your RSS feed game? RSS feeds are valuable as much more than a tool to subscribe to other blogs’ content. You can also use them to enhance your WordPress site in a variety of ways.
You can’t argue with the stats: Videos are an important marketing strategy that most marketers want to do even more of. But if you don’t have a huge marketing budget to create your own unique videos, how can you take part in video marketing? One way is to curate videos on your site. Just like curating other types of content, curated video websites are a great way to help your readers find better content (and maybe make a little money yourself). You might be under the impression that it’s going to take you a ton of time to curate videos,…
Content aggregator websites are certainly something that you’ve run into at least a few times in your life on the web. But when it comes time to think about examples of content aggregator websites, your mind might be going blank.
In this post, I’m going to showcase 6 different examples of successful content aggregator websites. Then, at the end of the post, I’ll tell you how you can use WP RSS Aggregator to create your very own content aggregator site using WordPress.
Nowadays, it seems like researchers are coming up with new medical treatments just about every single day, doesn’t it? So if you want to keep up with the latest medical news, how are you supposed to be able to stay on top of those advances, especially if you’re mainly interested in a specific condition?
Quite frankly, it’s not easy to stay updated! Which is why you can do a real service to the web community by aggregating news on a specific medical condition into one, easy-to-find spot.
Want to create a latest news website but not sure where to start? By that, I mean a site that automatically brings in the latest news for a specific topic – no manual input required.
WordPress, our favorite CMS here at WP Mayor, is actually a perfect tool for the job…as long as you’ve got the right plugins.
Looking to create a classified ads site like Craigslist or Gumtree? The massive success of those two behemoths certainly proves a market need. But how do you actually go about mimicking their functionality?
As you might notice, we’re big fans of the WordPress CMS. And as luck would have it, it’s easy to create a classified site using WordPress!
RSS feeds are a nifty feature present in WordPress and mos–t other content management systems. They make it easy to read and manipulate content from a website. And in this post, I’ll give you a quick and dirty guide on what RSS feeds are and how you can use a few tricks to find practically any website’s RSS feed.
If you were creating websites back in the early 2010s, you probably remember a time when a website’s Feedburner RSS subscriber count was its measure of worth. In those days, a high RSS subscriber count was like a huge Facebook fan page following is today….
It was social proof that your page was popular and beloved.
Nowadays, the once ubiquitous Feedburner RSS subscriber badge has fallen out of favor, which has led some people to conclude that RSS is, if not dead, on its deathbed.
You’re probably most familiar with your own website’s RSS feed. But did you know that you can use other website’s RSS feeds to display content on your own website?