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.
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.
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.