Apr 27 Posted 2 years ago
I've started using the iPhone app Zite and combined it with Pocket (formally Read it Later). I find this is a far superior way of accessing content relative to my interests, even more than my Google RSS Reader.
I completely agree that content curation is absolutely critical.
Apr 27 Posted 3 years ago
"When you think about the amount of information on the Internet, a social media curator’s job seems impossible. However, everyone practices forms of curation with word-of-mouth suggestions, everyday. We even practice curation with our preferences of which sites we spend our time on."
I'll also add, we even curate our own social streams and e-mail. We prioritize the good stuff and leave the chain letters and photos of LOL cats for a day we have more time.
At MarketMeSuite we've been working hard to help SMBs solve the social curation problem with our new inbox. I'd love your thoughts :)
Apr 26 Posted 3 years ago
I like Paper.li You can set it to automatically pull from Twitter, Google+ and Facebook users on any topic using hastags & RSS feeds and it will generate a daily, weekly or even twice-daily edition. It works automatically. They have a bookmark button that makes it easy to add relevant content. You can even promote, demote or delete stories once it's published and you have an "editorial" area that you can use to promote anything.
Check out my Social Media Stratesgist: http://paper.li/giselleaguiar/1321493251
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