http://www.oneforty.com Getting Started With Content Curation1. Use PostPost to search by keyword in your Twitter community and identify who Tweets about your topic the best and the most.2. Use Cadmus to identify trending Tweets and community members who seem to be on top of them.3. Retweets are the simplest form of content curation. Create a private Twitter list of your “best Tweets” community members and monitor that list in a client with column functionality (Tweetdeck, Seesmic, Hootsuite, etc.)4. Research who from your community has a blog. Use Website Grader to identify the best websites.5. Create a Google Reader folder of all their RSS feeds. Share your RSS folder with team members: http://bit.ly/fklIrw.6. Do weekly “Link Roundup” style blog posts to give links/recognition to those community members who blog in your industry. a. Examples: Blueleaf: http://bit.ly/dSZjBo b. HubSpot: http://bit.ly/hefjyG c. oneforty: http://bit.ly/fiaoy67. Tweet and share the content on Facebook, including the @name of the community members whose content you are showcasing to spark engagement.8. Measure and iterate: run a weekly Tweetreach report and see your most clicked links in your Bit.ly account. Pay attention to what language and content resonates the most with your community and iterate your content curation as you go. For more tools to help with content curation, see my Toolkit on oneforty: http://bit.ly/enM30s.