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Scoopit vs Wordpress: And The Winner Is... via Curagmai

Scoopit vs Wordpress: And The Winner Is... via Curagmai | BI Revolution | Scoop.it

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Scoop.it Crushes
Wordpress
The @Scoop.it team has done an amazing job. Their content curation tool anticipates what is going to happen next beautifully as a stat we found by accident proves. 

How does Scoop.it compare to Wordpress?

We wrote and Scooped a post on the 5 Reasons We Are Leaving Wordpress ( http://sco.lt/590bYn ) earlier. As we shared that post in our Web Design Revolution Scoop.it feed ( http://sco.lt/5Hy5Q1 ) we wondered  how the tools would compare. 


As we noted in our post the comparison isn't straight up. We've used Scoop.it longer, but we've put more time into Wordpress  since 2014 (by far). So differences in usage may be moot, but results sure are not.

Results speak to many things including the "lean marketing" and critical role content curation plays in our marketing future as @Guillaume Decugis and the Scoop.it team preach. The biggest win is in the TIME to RESULT ratio. Scoop.it is a snowball rolling down hill now. 

Momentum and good friends such as @massimo facchinetti, @malek , @Ana Cristina Pratas @Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com and @John van den Brink (to name only a few) mean what any content marketer needs most - a supportive tribe of advocates - we have...on Scoop.it. Not so much on Wordpress. 

How does Scoop.it compare on our 5 Reasons We're Leaving Wordpress?

* Spam - Had some in the beginning, but @Marc Rougier Guillaume and the team CRUSHED spam now threatening to choke WP. 

* Unrealized Promise - Scoop.it under promised and over delivered vs. Wordpress

* Bad SEO - Our first feed, Content Revolution (http://www.scoop.it/t/curation-revolution ) has fallen to #6 after owning #1 on Curation Revolution for years.  I'm to blame here. since I put so much time into Wordpress (who knew :).

* Crap Overload - Scoop.it is BUILT to filter the web's CRAP into effective content curation with tools such as their keyword based spider and community suggestions. Scoop.it FILTERS CRAP into meaningful content with ROI attached.  


* Multi-platform Content Curation - That phrase describes Scoop.it's mission so they CRUSH WP here too. 

No matter how you cut the stats, content curation beats blogging and Scoop.it crushes Wordpress (period, full stop).  

http://sco.lt/590bYn

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malek's curator insight, February 26, 4:42 PM

When stats confirm anecdotal evidence:

Good job @Martin (Marty) Smith , you nailed it, I had the same Scoop-it-first, feeling, and here you come with numbers and case for Scoop.it.  It's all about shared interests (what you rightly called, tribe of advocates) and friendly platform. Thank you for mention

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Top 20 SEO Hacks For Your WordPress Site [Infographic]

Top 20 SEO Hacks For Your WordPress Site [Infographic] | BI Revolution | Scoop.it
Are you looking for the most effective SEO hacks to implement on your website? No need to look any further. They are all listed in this useful infographic.
Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Great infograpic of SEO hacks for WordPress do any 3 of these and your SEO will improve. 

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 14, 2013 1:31 PM

Very useful list and SEO tips.

Doug Thaler's curator insight, April 14, 2013 4:11 PM

SEO or optimizing your website needs to be done by promoting your product or value proposition with real information, no hacks required.

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Little Things Make BIG SEO Differences - Fixing @GetSocialHealth Interview

Little Things Make BIG SEO Differences - Fixing @GetSocialHealth Interview | BI Revolution | Scoop.it

Enjoyed speaking with Janet Kennedy in this podcast interview, but Janet posted as 009 [title]. Typing name of the episode into Google it didn't come up DESPITE Janet and I being connected in circles.

I would have had to know Janet's archive number of "009". We suggested Janet move 009 to the back and that created good and bad news. Good news it fixed the URL. Bad news is it wiped the tweets and social shares widgets clean (mostly). Worth that pain though as explained here.


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