Last week, the latest edition of the #leancontent took place in San Francisco with an incredibly smart and inspiring talk from SmartRecruiters’ David Smooke. He enlightened an extremely engaged audience on the importance of guest blogging and how it can be used to build community and authority, especially for startups. Continue reading
In conjunction with Social Media Week NYC, Scoop.it’s Ally Greer spoke to attendees and content marketers about the #leancontent methodology and how to use curation to jumpstart a business.
Noah Brier, the co-founder of Percolate, took to the stage this morning at Social Media Week NYC to give a broader perspective on the process that goes into content marketing process and tap into the ideal mindset of a brand content creator.
We couldn’t miss out on the day of love! You know that we’re usually all about business, but we also have infinite amounts of love for each and every Scoopiteer. With that in mind, here are the only — Valentines you’ll need. Download ‘em, screenshot ‘em, tweet ‘em, share ‘em, mail ‘em if you want (do people still do that?)!
Today, February 5th, 2014, is Digital Learning Day. According to its website, the focus of this awareness campaign is “about giving every child the opportunity to learn in a robust digital environment everyday, with the goal of success in college and a career.”
Earlier this week, at Scoop.it’s December Lean Content meetup, we were visited by nonprofit consultant, marketer, author, and trainer Beth Kanter. Beth put on one of the best presentations we’ve seen to date, with hands-on advice on curation in general, and specifically applied some best practices to the nonprofit sector.
Back in 2011, just a few months after the iPad launched, I was asked to moderate a panel on the future impact of the iPad. What new behaviors will it generate? What impact will it have on existing industries? As a way to do some research, I created a Scoop.it page (that I kept updating since then) and started to dig deeper on studies that had been published, experiments that had been made, etc… What struck me from this – and the panel discussion thereafter – was how much everyone discounted the creation capabilities of the iPad. At the January 2010 keynote, Steve Jobs himself defined the iPad as a device that would be better than a smartphone or a computer for browsing the web, doing email, watching photos or videos, listening to music, playing games and reading eBooks. In short, a device specialized in consuming content. Not creating any. Continue reading
Be gone, irritating chain email about a fake virus scare that your head of HR sent out! Away, pictures of a random offsite meeting that no one actually cares about! Never again will your inbox show 298324 because everyone replied all on a staff-wide email about break room etiquette.
This morning we released something really exciting — curated newsletter functionality! We recognize the role curation is playing in the evolution of the newsletter, and we wanted to provide an easy way for our users to expand their reach into the be-all-end-all of web communication — email. Continue reading
The Scoop.it team will be headed to SXSW this year and we’d love to see you! We’ll be checking out the programming, haunting community get-togethers, and riding around on the Hootsuite #HootBus, so keep an eye out! We’re hoping to interview some of our awesome users at the conference about their big ideas, favorite topics, and how they are using Scoop.it, so if you’d like to be immortalized in the Scoop.it annals of history, email firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get you set up. Continue reading