One of the best sources of curated articles will be influencers in your industry. These are people whose work and opinions and articles are respected and shared. Finding and sharing the articles from influencers can be a great source for your curation efforts.
If you run the MyCurator article collection process manually (Run AI Process button on “the Topics page) you may have seen an error message such as “internal server 500 error” or it just hangs up on the Topics page screen. Similarly if you look in the Logs – Process filter you may see the that the background process just stops without reading all of the Topics or Sources. What is happening?
I’ve noticed a lot of old articles keep reappearing in my training posts. Have authors started republishing their posts over and over again? Maybe curators are grabbing them and republishing the whole thing?
It turns out the culprit is twitter. If you are using a twitter search as a feed, you will run into this problem.
The new version of MyCurator content curation software for WordPress adds the ability to post curated content to custom post types. Adding custom post type support provides great flexibility in organization and display of content.
MyCurator is powerful corporate level software brought to you as a plugin. It uses a cloud process to perform intensive AI processing and article classification. This allows MyCurator to maintain a low processing overhead on your site. The software works tirelessly in the background delivering a pipeline of interesting, usable content to you throughout the day.
A couple of SEO expert views on content curation and its impact on SEO. Martin Smith reviews Jayson DeMers article in the SEO Journal, so you get the benefit of opposing views and different opinions.
Lets say you want to go in a different direction with your curation. You are still focusing on the same topics and keywords, but you are looking for a different type of article than before. With MyCurator, that means you want to change your previous training for your Topic.
When you first try out MyCurator, some clients find that the Source It and Get It tools display a “404 Not Found” page from their web site. Another case is they display a “500 Internal Server Error” page. In both of these instances, the cause is that the Get It or Source It tools are being blocked from operation by your host installation.
Do you get those annoying articles for job postings or pr releases all the time? This happens frequently when you use a broad alert or twitter search – see our previous article on content discovery. There is a way to exclude them from appearing in your training posts.
I’m sure you’ve noticed that more and more content is appearing in your Training Posts if you have any broad alerts, searches or news feed type of Sources. It can seem overwhelming to work through it each week. Some of our high volume clients using MyCurator process 100’s of articles per day!