“Online content curation is a hot trend as business owners and professionals realize that content is vital to add value to their customers and prospects. The trend was already evident in 2011 but 2012 saw an outright explosion of the phenomenon. Also important is delivering and sharing that content on your social media networks.” she writes.
She comes back with Marc on the background behind Scoop.it: “The founders were literally in love with social media, but had no time to produce content. They had already been working on another platform, where they published content organized in topics. People loved it, but after a while they felt the growing need of getting content that was more specific, based on their single interests.”
“Jonah Peretti, a co-founder of Huffington Post and CEO of Buzzfeed, said at PandoMonthly tonight in New York that he doesn’t care about SEO anymore. He views it as a broken system that optimizes for robots, not humans.” Erin Griffith reports on Pandodaily.
Over a month ago, I was curating on Scoop.it and manually setting the post scheduler. I thought…wouldn’t it be great to have a BufferApp integration with my Scoop.it account? With a feature like this, I could curate and forget about it in that Donnie Brasco way. Continue reading →
Scoop.it’s Arabella Santiago sits down with CTO and Co-founder of SlideShare, Jon Boutelle, to talk about the new Scoop.it/SlideShare integration. This is news that content marketers can’t miss! Continue reading →
I’ve been asked to answer this question on Quora and so even though it’s been already documented in a number of posts or SlideShare presentations (I mention a couple at the end of my answer by Corinne Weisgerber and Beth Continue reading →
Digital Publishing Software Uberflip released today an infographic on Curation and Content Marketing that has some interesting data on what Content Marketers see as their key challenges and what their main objectives are when considering Content Curation. This data is supported Continue reading →
We were thriled this morning to learn we made it to the #1 spot of SocialBrite.org’s JD Lasica list of top tools for Content Curation. If you don’t know JD’s work yet, we encourage you to check it out as he’s one of the most respected experts on Social Media. Continue reading →
“One day I realized I was spending more time thinking about my blog posts than about my WIP (work in progress).” writes author Sara Rosett. But as she shut down her blogs, she still felt she “wanted something a little more interactive, but without the huge time commitment of daily blogging.“ Continue reading →
“Blogging is still important, but Scoop.it should be the hub of your social activities.” writes Marty Smith in this very complete review of Scoop.it. Marty’s feedback is very interesting as you can take it as an experiment: – What is Continue reading →
“Algorithms can help, but more fundamentally, we need to figure out what we want a diverse pool of information to look like.” Jonathan Stray gives interesting ideas on niemanlab.org on how to avoid the filter bubble, among which curation. “Editors Continue reading →