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KBucket Content Hub
KBucket Content Hub is a unique and robust WordPress Plugin for hosting curated content from multiple sources on your website!
Use this tool to establish your thought leadership and fill your content calendar with useful and relevant news and information from your field.
The plugin makes it easy to add your comments and insights to the news you want to share on your own website and drive inbound traffic from your activity.
You can allow anyone on your team to curate, comment, and contribute content to be shared on your content hub using our Kurator extension for chrome.
Kurator automatically scrapes information off the page and lets you easily modify the headline, image URL, description, author, publisher, date, Twitter handle, and add your own content tags to categorize the post.
The community manager can then select and publish that content to the KBucket Content Hub, and modify or add images per post to optimize the presentation of the content on the KBucket Content Hub page on your website.
The KBucket Content Hub license entitles you to the following advantages:
- Improve the content you share by offering your comments.
- Create a resource hub for industry related news
- Make it easy to navigate and view what you share in context via content tags
- Make it easy for anyone to share content from your hub
- With KBucket RSS feeds, you can automate the sharing of your social media content.
- With the KBucket RSS feed, you may automate the creation of your newsletter content.
- Drive traffic back to your own site when you share curated content from the KBucket content hub.
Here at WP Mayor, we conducted an in-depth KBucket review, where we took a hands-on look at this plugin. We’ve run tests, dug into their user experience, and even discussed pricing.