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I really like the idea of themes over the course of the week. For us at GBXM, it's a bit tricky, as the bulk of our content is in the form of interviews. To me, the challenge seems to be how to adapt the interviews to deliver ever-more meaning to the readers.

This is a top priority going into 2012. :)

Great content here, I picked up a lot of useful information. I will check out the sites you related to Zite, Flipboard, Google Currents, Feedly, NPR, Instapaper, Longreads, Longform,as well as Equentia and Percolate. I think part of any internet marketing course should include developing content as part of the curriculum. You can read about University of San Francisco's internet marketing training at usanfranonline.

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