Make sure there is a check next to show bookmarks bar.
Click and drag the bookmarklet up to the bookmarks bar in chrome. How to use it to curate content Now that we have it set up we are ready to curate some content. First I will demonstrate
how to use the bookmarklet tool and then I will show you my workflow for posting
content each day.
Let’s say I wanted to curate this article from Men’s Journal.
On this page I would highlight the emailengage review I want to curate and then click on the press this
bookmarklet on the bookmarklets bar. This window pops up and automatically creates a post for you with the text you selected
and the title from the article you were on. It also automatically gives credit to the source
and links to the original article. Exactly what we want!
At this point I will change the title, choose my categories, and add tags. Once done I will
click on save draft. If you wanted to publish at this point you would just click publish.
However, remember I like to add my own emailengage review for every article I curate and I suggest
you do to.
After I save the draft I go back into my own wordpress dashboard and add my content
to the post there. I shoot to have atleast 300 words of my own content on everything I
curate. Sometimes I will even search for better keyword combinations than the original
article and optimize better. This gives you a better chance to rank organically in the
search engines. Content Curation Workflow Ok, now that you have the basics let's talk about how to use press this bookmarklet and
feedly together to create an awesome curation workflow. Within feedly you are going to
have all your different categories and potential emailengage review you will curate. It looks like this: