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Scoopit "Revolution" Feeds Over 300,000 Views - Thank You!

Scoopit "Revolution" Feeds Over 300,000 Views - Thank You! | Marketing Revolution |

Scoopit Over 300,000 Views - Thank You
Thanks to many friends, followers and teachers our @Scoopit fees went over 300,000 views yesterday. I would thank everyone here, but for some reason I haven't been able to see the @name links on since the move to this UI. I can see 'em, but they are behind my Scoop and so unreachable. 

This post links to GPlus where I tried to say THANK YOU to those who've helped teach me. The list is LONG, too long to fully include anywhere, so if you follow me, have collaborated with me or linked to and made suggestions for our THANK YOU. 

As I noted on GPlus. Scoopit is an enormously important tool now given all of Google's changes. Using this "safe" environment to test and then commit to content, ideas and memes is what will separate tomorrow's content curaiton winners from content shock losers. 

Brian Yanish -'s curator insight, May 11, 8:36 PM

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Content Curation Tools: The Ultimate List - Meg Sutton via Curata Blog

Content Curation Tools: The Ultimate List - Meg Sutton via Curata Blog | Marketing Revolution |

Great list here, but "ultimate" not even close (lol). A few of my favorite content curation tools NOT mentioned include:

* Google Plus (duh, G+ is a great tool never included in these lists).
* BuzzSumo (tells me what's trending).
* WordPress is another often overlooked curation tool. Wordpress is really thousands of tools thanks to plugins.
* Guess obvious tools like YouTube, Vimeo and Twitter they left off due to how obvious they are.
* Also surprised they don't extend to inbound marketing tools like Marketo, Eloqua and Pardot.
* On the same vein I would include leading CRMs like SalesForce.
* Testing tools like Optimizely are missing too.

Guess the question is where do you draw the line between content sourcing, sharing and blogging. I tend to mashup all of those things and that means "ultimate" would look more like that huge Brian Solis graphic and I suspect that is what this post was trying to avoid.

About half the apps on this list are new to me, so will have fun exploring...again.

Pawan Deshpande's comment, March 30, 2014 10:52 AM
Thanks for posting this. Pawan from Curata here.<br><br>All the tools you mentioned such as video sharing platforms, A/B testing software, social media channels, etc... fall outside the scope of curation tools. <br><br>It sounds like you are looking for a map of content marketing tools, as opposed to our map of content curation tools. For our content marketing tools map, see here:
Beatriz Recio's comment, March 30, 2014 11:08 AM
Welcome, Pawan. It´s a good list, very useful. Thank you!