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Rescooped by Kelly Hungerford from BI Revolution! AND More Powerful Together Than Either Alone AND More Powerful Together Than Either Alone | All Things |
Why is Scoop It Kicking Paper Li's Rear End?

Isn't it the same concept? You create your own online newspaper. Why is Scoop It generating so much more…

Via Martin (Marty) Smith
Kelly Hungerford's insight:

This is a great discussion that was started by Jesse Wojdylo yesterday. It's a topic that often comes up, or has come up, since the beginning of our service time together. 


Do I see and as competitors? No, I see them as completitors - complimentary services in the same arena. 


Great insight from power user Marty Smith on why he likes and uses both. 

Brad Tollefson's curator insight, May 22, 2013 8:28 PM

Looking into ...

Kelly Hungerford's comment, June 13, 2013 4:26 AM
Howard, can you point me to your how-to? Much appreciated.
Kelly Hungerford's comment, June 13, 2013 4:30 AM
Dolly,thanks for your comment. Indeed for someone who truly want so collect and add commentary, is the service. And I would even go as far as to say to tell as story, then Storify.
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Social curation is much more than just a market

Social curation is much more than just a market | All Things |

We're all Hyper-Librarians, and it was planned that way. 


Is curation a legitimate trend, a new market to be exploited, a buzzword or just an innate behavior enabled by new technologies and a slew of services?


Take the time to read the last two links Patrice Lamothe's, The Web's Third Frontier and the other to the WorldWideWeb: Proposal for a HyperText Project. 


Patrice states in his article that curation is a natural evolution of the Proposal for a HyperText Project. The overall objectives being:


1- Allow anyone to access any type of document

2- Allow everyone to disseminate their own documents

3- Allow everyone to organize the entire collection of documents


Where as Web 1.0 and 2.0 are covered in the first two points, we are now entering the 3rd frontier - curation. 


Great reads. 









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Drive Traffic Using Content Curation Tools

Drive Traffic Using Content Curation Tools | All Things |
Those of us with websites are always thinking of ways to drive traffic there. We want to share information. We put a lot of effort into keeping our sites current, so that we can share it with other...
Kelly Hungerford's insight:

Be More Visible hits the nail on the head with a trilogy of tools that work fantastically well together to increase visibility and drive traffic; Storify, and use it as a monitoring tool and automatically generate relevant news on any topic or use it to support your content marketing strategy. It's an efficient tool and time saver - let it do the heavy "content" lifting for you - you take it from there.'s great at extending your web presence and establishing thought leadership on a topic.

Storify: quickly turn content into stories. I like using it to gathter quoatables on Twitter. 

The three are great stand-alone tools, but they also compliment each really well. Here's are two examples of how I use the tools together. - 

I use my as a MONITORING tool, and then SCOOP articles and content of interest into my Mag on

This "All Things" is an example. Instead of checking Google news, alerts, RSS, daily, I go to my paper and check what's new then decide from there where the content goes: a tweet, an editorial calender for blog posts, my   It saves me time from scouring the web. 

It's quick, easy and efficient way to stay on top of news. Storify: 

I use very often to creating Event Papers. I love using the service to build awareness moving up to an event, covering what's happening during the event and then posting the "best of" after the event.

During the event I always create a Storify to capture what's happening and share that during and after.

I love Storify for captuing what I call "quoatables" - tweets that can be used to give context about the event, highlight great speakers and convey the emotion and energy of the event. I also make Storify's for ÎweetChats. They are great for sparking ideas for blogposts! 


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Social media practices gone wrong: A case study

Social media practices gone wrong: A case study | All Things |

Here's a great case study about Twitter citizen and publisher and her experience when "social media" went wrong.  


The cast:

A News Spotter

A Publisher


A community of commenters


How do you handle uncomfortable Social Media situations?  Do you have best practices or communication tips to share?



Cendrine Marrouat -'s comment, May 17, 2012 4:50 PM
Thank you for sharing, Kelly!
Kelly Hungerford's comment, May 18, 2012 4:34 AM
That's what community is all about Cendrine. It is not only my job to reach out, lend a hand and educate where I can -- it's my pleasure!

Without our publishers, we would not have a service. It is every companies duty to support their community. We saw overwhelming support when we needed it during a terribly difficult time in March.

We truly appreciate the entire community and eco-system of actors that are involved in the community; publishers, news spotters, content creators and readers!

We will always do our best to go the extra mile. I know that you were disappointed that Storify did not pull the story. We are sometime faced with the same requests and it isn't easy. It was clear through the commenting though that although the story published was negative in tone, that the community was rallying around you. And ultimately, the dueness is on us to try to help support you and educate Steve on our process.

The Storify team is great and I really like their service. I am happy to know that they reach out as well.

Keep up the great publishing and thanks for taking part of the community blog and sharing tips and advice. The community really benefits and my hope is that more community members will share their tips as well!
Cendrine Marrouat -'s comment, May 18, 2012 12:14 PM
Hello Kelly, thank you for your thorough response.

Of course, I am glad Storify reached out. And I understand that it is sometimes difficult to pull out a story. But in this particular case, I think the platform should have, at least, a way of allowing users to report stories.

Thank you for everything, once again!