Search for fresh and exciting articles from Google blog search, News search, Twitter or your even your own feeds. When you have found a good new source of content you can either use it immediately, or save it in your own collection.
Create Posts That People Want To Read
Integrate stunning images from Flickr or videos from YouTube to add drama to your posts.
Understand What People Are Actually Searching For
Explore and expand suggested keywords directly from the Google and Amazon using the built in keyword explorer tool.
Create & Even Re-edit your Posts From Your Desktop
Create your post locally using a powerful integrated editor with advanced formatting and preview functionality.
Remote Control Your Blogs
Publish directly to your blog empire all from within the app. You can even schedule or backdate posts, use the blog's categories and use the homepage only feature (sticky post).
SEO Optimize Your Posts
Automatically insert your keyword into the title, together with additional long tail keywords, and write your optimized meta description snippet to enable you to get found and attract more visitors to your site.
Follow The Code
Curate content responsibly by automatically inserting the correct attribution links to the source articles correctly recognising the authors. Inserting images that are licensed under the creative commons licensing model.
Insert Images From Your Desktop
Upload and insert images from your own collection on your hard disk either from you stock or your own photography.
Cross Platform Support
PageOneCurator runs on Mac (MacOs 10.6, 10.7) and on Windows XP, Windows7. Wordpress self hosted software supported. Blogs must support xml-rpc.
Online help desk staffed by real people are there to help you deal with any issue with the software and empower you stay productive all the time.
I’m always asked about how is curation not either ‘duplicate content’ or ‘stealing’ or anything else for that matter. The debate around a fair use is quite clear on this – and yet you hear horror stories from people being sued by Getty and so on. The reality is if you simply take someone’s image from their site and paste it on yours, well I’m sure anyone can see that is simply not good karma.
So how much should you curate and what is the law and what is best practise?