Although the Web is a big place, locating quality content that is original is no easy task.
A good example is anything published by Mashable.
Yes, Mashable serves up quality content on a regular basis, but due to its large readership and avid fan base, sharing Mashable content isn’t especially useful as the communities you operate in have probably read and shared the article.
So, what’s the answer?
There’s no silver bullet solution to this challenge, but there are some great online information sources that can help.
Here are 20 that I refer to on a regular basis:
Thoora.com. Of all the automated content curation options, this is one of the most robust. Using a combination of keywords and feeds, you can create subject specific channels that update as new content is published.
SimilarSites.com. An easy-to-use search engine that helps you discover the best websites and alternatives on the Web.