- First, when you create your own topic, you set up content sources related to it. These sources could be Twitter, Flickr, Youtube, Digg, Google… But be selective: you won’t make your life easier by piling up dozens of so-so sources!
- Then, as we all have favorite sources that will not be in the preselected ones, you can set up URL’s of blogs that you like, and even twitter account or twitter lists. It’s important since the more you customize your sources and the better your topic is likely to be.
- Your topic is now created; all you have to do is review suggestions and select what to publish on your topic.
As the creator of a topic on Scoop it, you are its boss! Even if everyone can contribute to a topic, the curator is the only one who gets to say what is published or what is not.
Now that you’ve found gold, publish your topic to the world! Encourage them to subscribe to get notified of new posts (don’t worry: even if they subscribe to multiple topics, they’ll receive 1 email max/day).
If you feel we should integrate with other social media to propose sources, don’t hesitate to mention it in comment of this article. We always listen to tips from our users to improve Scoop.it!