I Scoop Therefore I am. 3 reasons to love Scoop.it for your company, brands or personal brand.
I Scoop Therefore I am: 3 Reasons To LOVE Scoopit
3 More Reasons @Scoopit ROCKS
Speaking to Andrea of Top Of Mind PR the other day about two of my favorite things - @CureCancerStart and Scoopit - I realized something. I realized how far my content curation and creation has traveled in such a short time.
I found 3 more reasons I love Scoop.it during our call:
Scoop.it is a community of rock star curators willing to share, teach and interact. If I've traveled some distance in my ability to create and curate content then it is because of lessons learned from Robin Good, Michele Smorgan and Karen Dietz.
2. Real Time Fast Feedback
Scoop.it's analytics are amazing and instructive. You have to be able to wield a machete since the data is BIG, but hidden inside the forest is amazing content marketing truth. Another big reason I've learned to be a better curator and content creator is thanks to Scoop.it's analytics.
3. Benefits of the Commons
I wrote about the Commons Revolution recently (http://www.atlanticbt.com/blog/the-commons-revolution/ ) and I've created a Scoop.it feed dedicated to the idea of the commons (http://www.scoop.it/t/commons-revolution ). I just witnessed an example as my Scoop.it feed outranks my Atlanticbt.com/blog post.
The idea of the commons is WE contribute so the commons can return that contribution BECAUSE any commons will be more likely to become a hub than any website. Commons scale User Generated Content and they ping Google constantly.
Scoop.it has more than 43,000 inbound links because they have thousands of contributors all hoping to drive social traffic into their piece of the commons.
Other social nets look like commons but don't walk the talk. They don't pay back the contributors preferring to keep the benefits mostly to themselves. When using one of these pseudo-commons tools YOU must extract value and send it to yourself.
Scoop.it and Slideshare are real commons built to help their contributors. KUDOS to the Scoop.it team, a nicer group of genius menshes you will never meet.