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Curate Real-Time News and Video with WordPress Media Explorer

Curate Real-Time News and Video with WordPress Media Explorer | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

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Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, September 1, 2013 9:38 PM

This looks interesting 

Mark McMahon's curator insight, September 5, 2013 10:13 AM

this sounds like really useful stuff......

Mariska Botha's comment, September 11, 2013 5:23 AM
Have to be honest that I love this...
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WordPress Curation Workflow, Resources and Tips from Nathan Weller

WordPress Curation Workflow, Resources and Tips from Nathan Weller | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

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Working on our first WP site...integrating a blog, publish newsletter w/MailChimp...thanks for the info! Learn learn learn!

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Gaurav Pandey's curator insight, May 6, 2013 7:01 PM

Robin Good's insight:

 

 

If you are interested in what could be a good workflow and set of tools to use to curate content on your own WordPress blog, Nathan Weller has a must-read article for you.

 

In it, he dissects and explains the tools he uses to curate content on WordPress, from how he aggregates and browses RSS feeds, to how he filters, edits and actually curates the content of each post.

 

Interestingly his focus is on quality, not on having his site populated by lots of "somewhat relevant" content pulled in automatically by one of the many "content marketing"-oriented curation tools available today.

 

I think you will find several interesting ideas that you may have not considered on how to approach your curation workflow, let alone checking the several insightful comments at the end.

 

 

Lost of valuable information, resources, examples and advice. 8/10

 

Full article: https://managewp.com/wordpress-content-curation

Robin Martin's comment, May 15, 2013 7:30 AM
Thank you so much Robin! This is good stuff!
Regina Torres's curator insight, January 24, 7:39 AM

Nathan Weller alude al uso de dos bookmarklets para curar contenidos. Se trata de Feedly y Tabcloud, herramientas interesantes que sirven para curar contenidos. Y es que no necesitamos un pluggin increíble para curar contenidos en nuestro Wordpress, sino que estos bookmarklets pueden hacer la misma función incluso de una manera más eficaz.

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How To Curate Your Blog with WordPress or Tumblr: Introductory Advice

How To Curate Your Blog with WordPress or Tumblr: Introductory Advice | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it
Content curation is, in a nutshell, picking and choosing content from around the Web, and sharing it with your followers.  Running a curated blog is not just about finding interesting content to share.

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Anne McLean's curator insight, March 26, 2013 6:35 PM

Content curation is as important as finding the information in the first place.  Blogs possibilities for co-ordinating digital content curation.

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, March 26, 2013 8:24 PM

Blogs can be excellent curation tools.  Ask me, the woman who is saying goodbye to over 20+ Posterous blogs (public, private, shared) as Posterous shuts down at the end of April.

Thinking through curation with excerpted content and your composition on these two platforms is helpful.  ~  Deb

Víctor V. Valera Jiménez's curator insight, March 28, 2013 8:50 AM

Interesante artículo de Nancy Mesias en "MakeUseOf" que puede servir como buena introducción para los que estén comenzando en este apasionante mundo de la  Content Curation.

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Finally, Easy Stuff for WordPress: 6 Reasons to Install AND USE the WordPress Jetpack Plugin

Finally, Easy Stuff for WordPress:  6 Reasons to Install AND USE the WordPress Jetpack Plugin | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

"This review of Jetpack got me over my doldrums and disaffected non-blogging status with my WordPress website.  It's a very handy and FREE set of tools!"


I've implemented the social media integration already via my self-hosted Wordpress site: REVELN.com.   This social media share plug-in element IN PARTICULAR is EASY.  Finally, Wordpress!   

Glossy, media rich platforms that don't so much need the heavy lifting of html like Posterous and Tumblr still dazzle, but at least WP is catching up with this fantastic plugin pack with it's very own navigation menu.

Why, I might even mini-blog this and pin it on one of my 45 Pinterest boards.  Heh, and you might think I'm kidding.


Below is the #1 reason from the Jetpack review on why Wordpress users will want to take a look at this cool plugin pack.  


Excerpted:


1. Easy to Install, Setup, and Learn

Jetpack could not be easier to install and set up, considering how many different benefits it provides.

 

To install it, just go to Plugins –> Add New and then type “jetpack” into the search box. It’ll be the first result.


Hit “Install Now” and you’re ready to go (unless you need to create a WordPress.com account, which is necessary so you can link it with your blog and Jetpack).

 

Once you’ve got the plugin activated, it will create its own dashboard nav bar menu section right at the top.


If you want to see the social media I now am using, thanks to JetPack, which made it EASY, go to THIS blog post, "Open Space on Speed: Social Business with the Coaches, Results! Video"  and scroll down to the bottom.  


Note the social media icons and ease with which you can comment and share!  (And DO feel free to share with comments! :-)


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Enjoy.  There's something there for just about everyone, it seems.


~  Deb  


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Aggregate, Curate and Publish Across Web, Social and Email with OpenTopic

Aggregate, Curate and Publish Across Web, Social and Email with OpenTopic | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

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Jose Jordan's curator insight, June 28, 2013 10:48 AM

OpenTopic es un servicio de curación de noticias que te permite agregar, monitorizar y filtrar cualquier número de fuentes para publicar y compartir tu selección en los sitios que prefieras desde WordPress,  canales de Social Media o boletín electrónico.

 

Dentro de OpenTopic puedes crear uno o más cuadros de mando "Topic". esencialmente muestra las páginas que donde se agregan nuevos contenidos y el contenido entrante de las fuentes que se especifiquen. Puedes saltar de un panel a otro topic con el clic de su ratón.

 

Para curar historias simplemente tienes que seleccionar los que son relevantes para tu público y se les proporciona un módulo de edición para modificar y personalizar el contenido de la historia. En este punto también se puede seleccionar en los (canales) que la historia será publicada y se puede personalizar la historia de manera diferente para cada uno de ellos.

 

Incluso hay una opción que te permite configurar algún tipo de curación automática, dándole la opción de establecer un conjunto de reglas sencillas, que cuando coincide, dará lugar a la publicación de una noticia.

 

OpenTopic te permite conectar a un mayor número de canales posibles, por lo que es fácil enviar de un lugar a tu sitio web, RSS, redes sociales y newsletter.

 

Por último, pero no menos importante, OpenTopic integra un servicio de análisis completo, capaz de informar y dar a conocer los resultados de su trabajo de curación a través de historias y canales de distribución.

 

 

Mi comentario: Excelente herramienta para redes sociales y community managers, así como especialistas de marketing web que necesitan el soporte eficaz para descubrir noticias relevantes sobre un tema y la publicación fácil de diferentes canales de una plataforma centralizada. Fácil de usar.

 

Solicitar una invitación aquí:http://www.opentopic.com/

 
Ness Crouch's curator insight, July 4, 2013 2:36 PM

I'm going to try this out! I could have everything in one place! I'm not sure if it will be as effective as my other tools but I'm willing to experiment.

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Curate the News Directly Inside WordPress with the new Storify VIP Plugin

Curate the News Directly Inside WordPress with the new Storify VIP Plugin | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

 

 


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Jeni Mawter's curator insight, April 1, 2013 6:39 PM

Storify great for content creators using WordPress.

Therese Torris's curator insight, April 2, 2013 2:41 AM

Direct link to Storify blog about this announcement

http://storify.com/storify/storify-announces-vip-plan-partners-with-wordpress?utm_campaign=website&utm_source=email&utm_medium=email

Josette Williams's curator insight, April 5, 2013 10:17 PM

A great plugin for your WordPress site called Storify.

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Discover, Curate and Publish Straight To Your Own Site with Lingospot for WordPress

Discover, Curate and Publish Straight To Your Own Site with Lingospot for WordPress | Social Media Butterflies | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's comment, March 13, 2013 2:42 PM
Hi Stan, I hear your complaint there and I must say that you are not the only one seeing that issue.

I have been reporting interoperability issues with other services since at least a year but to no avail. Unfortunately new features and support for mobile devices seem to have a priority on fixing the foundations first.
Laura Brown's comment, March 19, 2013 6:06 PM
One of the good things about using Scoop.it is that it is not on my own site. I can link to my own post and get a back link.
GeorgeGrant's curator insight, June 20, 2013 9:15 PM

Pricing seems resonable, given the enterprise class feature set. Seems it's worth a test run.