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Scoop.it Pics Starts Tomorrow 3.18 via @gdecugis

Scoop.it Pics Starts Tomorrow 3.18 via @gdecugis | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it

Had a great call with @Guillaume Decugistoday! He told me @Scoop.itpictures starts tomorrow all things willing and the creeks don't rise. Exciting since we've been doing 2x the work on visual Scoops posting in Scoop.it then leaving to post in Twitter and GPlus. Sounds like we won't need to do 2x the work much longer!

Great #technews and kudos to Scoop.it team...again :)!

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3 Cool New Scoop.it Features: Customizable Templates, Embed, WP White Label

3 Cool New Scoop.it Features: Customizable Templates, Embed, WP White Label | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it

3 New Scoop.it Features


* Customizable Templates.
* Easy Embed.
* More WordPress "white label" integration Than You Can Shake A Stick At.

Very cool as Scoop.it moves from backseat hub to front seat driver of content, community and curation. Going to play with these new toys and write a more detailed review, but KUDOS and BRAVO are due.


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Content Director's Big Bang: Why Content Director via ScoopIt Explodes Content Curation via @Curagami

Content Director's Big Bang: Why Content Director via ScoopIt Explodes Content Curation via @Curagami | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it

Content Director's Big Bang

The content curation industry has been waiting. We've needed an institutional tool that would allow for key pieces of our collaboration to be shared and quantified. Content Director, Scoop.it's new content curation tool, is just such a tool.

The real value comes in the front end. The ability to craft WordPress content without worry for content duplication thanks to a nifty trick - the feed isn't public it is ONLY feeding the blog - is a brilliant solution to what was a vexing problem. Now we can curate on the backend, have that content show up on the front end ONLY ONCE. TOO GOOD.

The back end of Scoop.it's "business" tool is what you would expect. It combines the spider tool we've known and used for years with calendars for scheduling and the same space to add comments. In this case comments added become the curation summary on a WordPress blog. TOO GOOD.

The genius of this ever so slight pivot for one of our favorite curatio tools means we can eliminate the firewall we had between our spidered content and our Scoop.it testing environment. Now we can do ONE thing instead of two and reap both benefits - learn what content is worthy for our blog posts and gain quantifiable feedback about everything from content subject to headline. TOO GOOD!

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Is 'Content Shock' Just Another Scare? - Curatti

Is 'Content Shock' Just Another Scare? - Curatti | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it
At what point does the exponential increase in content production make the cost of trying to grab and hold attention no longer cost-effective?
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Unknowingly Jan wrote the perfect lead in to my Tuesday Curatti post, Why There Is A Curatti In Your Future. Jan makes great points about why we are likely to innovate our way out of the coming "content shock" discussed by Mark Schaefer and Guillaume Decugis last week. 

Great post and a must read.  

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