Are you a maven*? Do you want to publish curated content? (@soonguy)

It’s an obvious truth that you should only write about what you know, and what enthuses you. The CopyBlogger infographic below gives you guidance and ideas about how you might write a curated email newsletter. On anything. See also What can I curate?.

Many of these choices apply equally to curating a visual topic on Pinterest, writing a blog – or even creating a website – around something that excites you.

I have often suggested building a website or blog around a special interest or hobby. It’s a great way to connect with people who share your own interests. It is one aspect of using the bridge strategy. Connecting with people through aspects of popular culture is a related opportunity with enormous potential. UK’s Damaris team provide many discussioon resources to help us use current film releases as a basis for this common ground.

Connecting appropriately online to outsiders is also discussed in The Role of Digital and Social Media in Evangelism by Clyde Taber of Visual Story Network.

Do You Have What It Takes to Publish a Curated Email Newsletter? [Infographic]

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* maven: a trusted expert in a particular field.

About soonguy

Tony Whittaker is coordinator for Internet Evangelism Day | Team member, SOON Ministries, Derby UK. Contact him here.