Brad Mays just wrote this review, focusing on the value brands could create for their customers by becoming trusted curators :
"As brands begin to find more options to tell their own story, they’ll look beyond the brand as publisher model and to the brand as curator – or becoming a convener of conversation around a topic or industry."
Brad describes his recent experience with Scoop.it Pro and how our platform help a brand to become a great resource and settle a strong relationship with their audience. The Scoop.it Business offer was even more designed for companies, to fulfill this mission while increasing the visibility of their own brand :
"UPDATE: Scoop.it President Marc Rougier left a nice comment related to the post. Specific to pricing he added, “I’d like to also complement your review: beyond the free version of Scoop.it, we actually launched three premium packages: Scoop.it Business ($79/month), Scoop.it Pro ($12.99/month), and Scoop.it Education ($6.99/month).” See more from Marc about the platform in the comments."