Why cre-ate when you can simply cur-ate?
Norfolk, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/10/2014 -- Today it has been announced that a new marketing service has launched, offering site owners and product developers an innovative process for providing their online audience with quality content without the need for creating it. Kurasie aims to take the marketing world by storm with their concept that allows businesses to easily select only the most relevant information from the internet for sharing with their followers. This means the days of resource intensive content creation are numbered.
Established last year following the demise of Google Reader, Kurasie is owned and developed by Sean Clark and Adrian Melrose. Both have impressive track records in the marketing technology space. The idea of Kurasie was born out of the need for a single tool for clients of Mr Clark’s search and social media marketing consultancy that enabled businesses of all sizes to create a meaningful social media presence. After research and some serious brainstorming, they finally came up with the ideal solution - curation.
Curation allows marketers to filter through masses of relevant online content without having to spend all day sat at their computers reading. It also allows them to prepare social media sharing updates days in advance, thus freeing up much needed marketing resource. All marketers know how time-consuming it can be to create original work, which is why thousands of them are moving towards using Kurasie to lighten the load.
The name Kurasie comes from the Afrikaans word for curation, the very first language option of Google Translate.
Anyone interested in finding out more about content curation with Kurasie from Sean Clark and Adrian Melrose should visit their website or get in touch using the contact details listed below. Both Sean and Adrian are always willing to offer advice or answer any queries about their service, and they’re also more than happy to review any comments or feedback people might have concerning the process they use.
Let this be the first step one takes to removing content creation bills from the marketing budgets.
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