Good to hear you everywhere!

On May 4th, we launched a new version to make Scoop.it frictionless for our users who had a blog or Facebook page and allow them to be heard everywhere.

Today, one month later, we’re thrilled by the great examples coming from our users and felt about sharing them with you.

Let’s talk about Servane, who curates an excellent topic about women social innovators. She added the Scoop.it widget on her website to let her audience discover her Scoop.it page and enrich the content of her site.

Albin, the CEO of MXP4, a start-up at the forefront of social music gaming, uses Scoop.it to feed his blog with new content and insights about social music gaming.

How does he use it? He just connected his WordPress account to Scoop.it and he can now post to his blog and his Scoop.it topic in the same click! No need to reformat: Scoop.it takes care of it so that content shows at its best on his blog.

Not a WordPress user? Myrstad uses the same feature to post interesting content from his Scoop.it topic about Brand & Content Curation to his Tumblr blog. Same here: one click publishing; no need to reformat.

As an administrator, Pekka uses this feature to feed his Future Web Trends Now Facebook Page with great content from his topics.

Scoop.it users are not limited to sharing from their own topics: they can also share interesting content from topics they follow. As Tami does on her blog where she shares both topics curated by her as well as other users’ topics.

When we launched Scoop.it Everywhere, we wanted to be sure you could have even more chance to be heard and to build your legitimacy on a topic you are passionate about. Expertise and Passion have to be visible and rewarded. We are glad to see Scoop.it helps every day more and more to create this community of qualitative resources.

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Sean Kollak
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Interessting. Where do I find instructions how to combine Scoop.it with a Facebook fanpage and with a WordPress blog? Is ist possible to post scoops to distinct channels? How do I separate various topics?

Scoop.it
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Hi Sean, to connect your accounts, please go here: http://www.scoop.it/share/configuration. Each time you scoop something to your topic, you’ll be able to choose where you want to share it. 

Val Melamed
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Hi there Scoop.It could you please better instructions on how to integrate WordPress blog. Do you just put the blog url? My blog is also a website. Please see here http://www.gridconcepts.com.au and I just want to feed the blog part of it. Thanks

Anonymous
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Hey Val. Here’s a thread in our support site that covers all the cases: http://feedback.scoop.it/scoopit/topics/how_to_link_a_wordpress_blog 
There are several options with WordPress. Yours is apparently selft hosted which is covered in the thread. 
Let us know if that helps you solve it. Thanks!

Val Melamed
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Hi Guillaume,

I have tried everything now without much luck. I use http://gridconcepts.com.au/WordPress
 and I obviously know my password. I have also turned on activated XMLRPC protocol within blog settings as per the instructions in your link. Are you able to provide any further support please? 

thanks in advance,
Val

Vincent Demay
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Hi Val,

Did you try to use http://gridconcepts.com.au as blog url?  (/Wordpress is not usefull)

Cheers
Vincent

Val Melamed
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thanks Vincent – that worked a treat!

Sean Kollak
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Interessting. Where do I find instructions how to combine Scoop.it with a Facebook fanpage and with a WordPress blog? Is ist possible to post scoops to distinct channels? How do I separate various topics?

Scoop.it
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Hi Sean, to connect your accounts, please go here: http://www.scoop.it/share/configuration. Each time you scoop something to your topic, you’ll be able to choose where you want to share it. 

Val Melamed
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Hi there Scoop.It could you please better instructions on how to integrate WordPress blog. Do you just put the blog url? My blog is also a website. Please see here http://www.gridconcepts.com.au and I just want to feed the blog part of it. Thanks

Guillaume Decugis
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Hey Val. Here’s a thread in our support site that covers all the cases: http://feedback.scoop.it/scoopit/topics/how_to_link_a_wordpress_blog 
There are several options with WordPress. Yours is apparently selft hosted which is covered in the thread. 
Let us know if that helps you solve it. Thanks!

Val Melamed
Guest

Hi Guillaume,

I have tried everything now without much luck. I use http://gridconcepts.com.au/WordPress
 and I obviously know my password. I have also turned on activated XMLRPC protocol within blog settings as per the instructions in your link. Are you able to provide any further support please? 

thanks in advance,
Val

Vincent Demay
Guest

Hi Val,

Did you try to use http://gridconcepts.com.au as blog url?  (/Wordpress is not usefull)

Cheers
Vincent

Val Melamed
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thanks Vincent – that worked a treat!

Mike Stevens
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How do I add a photo to my scoop? When I press “upload”, nothing happens.

Mike Stevens
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How do I add a photo to my scoop? When I press “upload”, nothing happens.

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