Finally, Get Organized With Kudani’s New Unique Web Clipper Feature
Anyone who’s ever tried to keep a consistent blog writing schedule knows how hard and time consuming it can be. Constantly searching through endless amounts of data to try and find those gems.
So it’s no surprise that content curation has become so popular. It offers one of the easiest and fastest ways to create content for your blogs. Plus, it presents you as an authority in your niche as you are populating your posts with relevant information from reputable sources. As well, let’s not forget easing the pain and time of constantly having to come up with new ideas.
But in order for content curation to really make an impact you need to have sources that are producing quality content on a regular basis. You need a way to organize, save, and access feeds and web pages.
Now wouldn’t it be great if you could just click a few buttons and grab any content from the web and save it neatly away in a folder dedicated to your niche. And then when you were ready to start writing it would be there just waiting for you.
Kudani’s latest feature the Web Clipper let’s you do just that.
It works hand-in-hand with KudaniCloud making it easier than ever to get exactly the content you need to curate quickly to your favourite blogs and social media sites. And let’s face it as content curators we are open to anything that can simplify our lives.
Life Before The Web Clipper
All content curation must begin with the elusive search for great sources.
You begin by searching the web for relevant keywords. Then move on to finding blogs and even articles on your topic. Or simply browsing headlines on your favourite blogs. Then as is always the case something catches your eye. You stop. You click. And there it is exactly what you were looking for.
But wait. That article would be perfect to curate to your other blog. The one that you are not scheduled to write anything for until the end of the week.
So what do you do?
You could save it as a bookmark. Or copy and paste to Notepad or Word. Or even use one of those bookmarking services. All options that can work. But still time consuming when you come back to it. Trying to find exactly that piece again in your saved bookmarks can be daunting.
And what if the article that you find is just right for what you are looking for. Then how to proceed?
If it’s got your attention then chances are your readers will like it too. So you start taking notes, maybe even some snippets and moving those over to Notepad or Word. Or maybe you just summarize the essence of the message and put that in your own words.
That can certainly work.
But if you have Kudani all of these snippets can already be saved right within the app. Those tidbits of gold are there for you to just copy and paste. Highlight the text you want and simply send it to the editor. Add some of your own commentary making sure that your voice is heard throughout the article and you are good to go.
There is no need to over complicate the process. Sure in the beginning it will take a few tries to get the hang of it, but once you’ve done it a few times you’ll have a winning content curation system in place. One that you can replicate over and over again. And most importantly, one that can be ready to go in minutes.
Creating a Content Library
As you improve your content curation skills you will find it increasingly demanding to have access to more information. And with more information comes the need for more organization. Thus, the need for methods and tools to make your life easier.
As indicated earlier Kudani has just launched the Web Clipper. This innovative browser plugin lets you grab any web article or RSS feed exactly when you come across it. No more fussing about with opening Notepad or Word.
Within Kudani itself you can create as many folders as you need for any niche or topic that you can think of. And inside those folders you can save all the content you’ll ever need to create quality curated pieces your followers will love.
Essentially, Kudani and the Web Clipper work in tandem. As you find sources of interest you click on the browser icon and select whether you are saving an article or an RSS feed. Navigate to the folder where you want it saved and you’re done. Of course, Kudani already comes with some pre-loaded feeds so you can start curating from day one, but to get to the next level you will want to build your source library for each niche.
So whether you are building your content library with articles that you add to the ‘Saved for Later’ section or RSS feeds the goal is to be able to quickly add to these folders on the fly. With the Web Clipper there is no need to login the software. Just click and go as you are surfing the Internet.
Just imagine the ordeal of trying to browse and save hundreds of articles and websites weekly without such a tool!
I am sure you’ll agree that it can become quite challenging to cope with such volume manually. And just think of the time involved.
The Web Clipper in Action
The Web Clipper is super easy to install and integrates seamlessly with Kudani. You can get it from the Google App Store. The plugin gives you the option of saving a web page or an RSS feed, or both to your selected folder.
Once you get used to working with the Web Clipper you will soon see how quickly you can save sources. Each time you come across something of interest grab it and move on to the next one.
Then when you are ready to start writing your content is there waiting for you.
And if you have numerous clients or blogs you can create folders specifically for them. This way you are always saving directly to the folder from where you will use the content.
No More Excuses
Elizabeth Arden once said, “Repetition makes reputation and reputation makes customers.”
So with this new innovative tool you can easily get organized, repeat tasks over and over again, and build the business you’ve always wanted. No more excuses for not getting things done. Finally, you have a system in place that lets you publish content quickly and easily.
With Kudani and the Web Clipper in your arsenal, plus a little bit of discipline on your side, you will be able to create more content for your blogs in a week than ever before.