Review: Curation Cloud
Blogs make for a great way to make money on the Internet. Give it enough content, set up a monetization system, and you will have a nice little source of passive income. As it is, blogging can be easily married with any Internet marketing campaign to maximize its money-making potential, but there is a certain hurdle that must first be overcome: the fact that you will need plenty of content to keep your blog alive and making money. Richard Fairbairn, Paul Okeeffe, and Steve Harvey have come up with a new product that offers a solution to this problem. It is called Curation Cloud, and we will see its launch happen today, May 18, 2020.
This product is a cloud-based blog-creation and content-generation tool that you can use to build multiple blogs through curated content. This means that it scours the web for existing content that is relevant to your niche and practically reposts it on your blog with credits to the original author — much like what news agencies tend to do. It does everything from content creation to link building via autopilot. This tool will be initially available for $27 and this price will gradually go up to $37.
Richard and company will launch Curation Cloud this afternoon at 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time. Not long after then, we will update this page with our complete review of the product, so if you wish to learn more about it before you decide whether or not to make a purchase, add this post to your bookmarks and then come back shortly after this offer has been released.