Dig in, worth the effort…
In this introductory post, I opened up the idea of potential business opportunities that exist by thinking of The New Intermediation.
Briefly, we need to see that there are huge needs at the intersection of loads of “stuff,” which need to be translated into strategic business directions and deliverables. Graphically pictured:
Now, let’s consider one of those new intermediation roles: Curation.
In this case, the Big Pool is information. We live in an age of information overload (getting exponentially worse), and no-one in an important business role has the time to keep up with it; let alone know how to filter, process, and assemble it into a strategic roadmap.
Enter the curator. Filter, process, assemble, deliver/present.
In the early days of social media and blogging, first-movers got into the curation business by assembling information resources and making money by advertising, or by selling subscriptions. Nowadays…
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