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The rise of the curator class : changing the way we buy, sell, and make everything

Author: Steffon Davis
Publisher: Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Curation is set to overturn the $2.2 trillion global creative industry, revolutionizing how we create, market, and discover content. In the era of content overload and fake news, in which everything to buy, listen to, read, or watch is available online, there is one group of people who have learned to thrive in this climate of superabundance: the curator class, whose influence and power grows as more people look to  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Davis, Steffon, author.
Rise of the curator class
Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger, [2019]
(DLC) 2018055740
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steffon Davis
ISBN: 9781440860492 1440860491
OCLC Number: 1049292367
Description: xii, 174 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Web 1.0 --
Web 2.0 --
Dawn of the curation age --
Curators transform marketing --
Curators revolutionize buying --
The war for curators --
Curation concepts --
Curation principles --
Curation practices --
The collection --
Start curating --
Curate in a world without good or bad taste --
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"Curation is set to overturn the $2.2 trillion global creative industry, revolutionizing how we create, market, and discover content. In the era of content overload and fake news, in which everything to buy, listen to, read, or watch is available online, there is one group of people who have learned to thrive in this climate of superabundance: the curator class, whose influence and power grows as more people look to them as guides. This new curator class is rewriting traditional curation, tackling the overload and making sense of it for others. In the past, curation was available to an elite few. Now, internet platforms such as Pinterest, Spotify, and Twitter empower hundreds of millions of people to curate their ideas for anyone who may be interested, revolutionizing how content is marketed and sold. The Rise of the Curator Class explains how curation is disrupting internet commerce as consumer trust moves farther away from traditional brands and closer to the curators who lead tastes, and it equips readers to think critically about how curation can work for them."--Dust jacket.

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