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10.12.14

12 of the biggest content curation myths (busted)

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By Julia McCoy

When it comes to curating content to add to your editorial calendar, it can look pretty simple at a glance, adding topics and planning your next piece — or does it?

As you start pulling your sources together to generate your curated content, keep a few myths in mind that can potentially stop you from pointless hours of sorting and brainstorming.

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