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How to Find Great Content to Share on Twitter

How to Find Great Content to Share on Twitter | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
Get more for your business out of your Twitter marketing: Here are 3 ways to discover content that drives greater engagement with your Twitter following. (Do you struggle to find interesting, relevant things to tweet about every day?
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Hands-on, useful article from the SocialMediaExaminer about a mixed bag of useful tools like Feedly, Prismatic, Fever, HootSuite, Sproutsocial, A/B test

Twitter still is my favorite content curation tool !

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Feedly adds 3M new users in 2 weeks after Google announced it will shut down Google Reader

Feedly adds 3M new users in 2 weeks after Google announced it will shut down Google Reader | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
RSS service Feedly announced Monday that it’s picked up 3 million new users in the two weeks since Google announced it’s killing off Google Reader. The company is also planning to launch a paid premium version.
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The company almost DOUBLED it's number of users to 7 million
Unbelievable. Nearly sounds like an April's fool joke
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5 Tools to Help With Content Curation - Content Curation Marketing

Comment: Interstingly, this blog does not discuss the usual suspects (Scoop.it, Pearltrees...) but the less often discussed:

- Trapit

- Feedly

- Prismatic

- wavii

- StumbleUpon

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RSS Reader Reinvented: The Best Google Reader Alternative (after Feedly) Is MultiPLX

RSS Reader Reinvented: The Best Google Reader Alternative (after Feedly) Is MultiPLX | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
RSS Reader Reimagined; Everything you want to read - news, your favorite blogs, art and more - in one convenient place designed for you.

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Bart van Maanen's curator insight, May 8, 2013 1:41 AM

Google gaat de Google Reader service, een rss feedreader, stopzetten. Nu is Feedly een uitstekende vervanger, maar ook MultiPLX lijkt een goed alternatief. Het design heeft veel weg van Pinterest. Toch denk ik niet dat ik mijn Feedly account snel zal opgeven.

Maria Palaska's comment, May 9, 2013 5:02 AM
thanks for the information!
Sam Stormborn Ormandy's comment, May 9, 2013 5:07 AM
You're welcome Maria! :)
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Feedly emerges as a big winner from Google Reader's shutdown

Feedly emerges as a big winner from Google Reader's shutdown | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it

TNW: Feedly is riding high, announcing that it has picked up 500,000 new users in a mere 48 hours. This follows Google's recent move to shutter its Reader service has helped to boost the ...

 

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Is also topping Listly's crowdsourced list of RSS readers, albeit with 40 positive votes and 15 negative votes  http://list.ly/list/33u-google-reader-rss-reader-alternatives-crowdsourced-list?feature=trending

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Laura Brown's comment, March 17, 2013 2:03 PM
Feedly was so swamped I couldn't get an account at the time. I've left my Reader bookmarks dumped into a few places so I can sort them out eventually. I haven't used any of them for 3 years. This month I did start building a feed on Blog Lovin'. But, in 2 weeks I had added too many sites to it, to the point it isn't very usable any more. Too much content drowns it out.
Laura Brown's comment, March 17, 2013 2:06 PM
Don't know that I'd rush to say Feedly was the "big winner". It will depend on what happens afterwards. How will they handle the extra load on their servers, what features will they bring in... how adaptable are they. Getting a lot of new account is not the same as keeping them, or having them exist as active accounts. A lot of dormant accounts are part of the reason services shut down.