Content curation is about identifying an interesting, relevant or fascinating piece of content and reusing it or directing your audience towards it. It is a way of filtering through the noise of the mass online media and identifying the legitimate interesting pieces of work on a particular subject. As a writer, blogger, photographer, or videographer, you want to be identifiable as legitimate, interesting and worth spreading around. You want the content curators to notice you and in turn, help you gain recognition, readers and an expert reputation. A content curator is anyone or anything that riffles through the hub of information and picks out the best pieces of work to share on a particular topic, just like an atomic reach tribe. This person can be a tweeter, a blogger, or an online organization. The point is, you want them to notice you. So how do you make sure your content is “curatable”?