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  1. Evan says:

    Somehow I think some blogs are lacking if it’s not an “in-your-face” (dry) promotion of their product or service. Too often I see blogs that are so self-promotional and buttoned up –without an ounce of personality. But again, I think it’s a tough one to get businesses to believe, sometimes.

    I think that they forget are talking to “real” people.
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  2. This is a great list of tools, Lilach. I use Scoop.it and paper.li’s for great content, but there are several others on here that I will definitely be checking out now. I had not even thought of using Pinterest as a source of content, but people are pinning great articles there, too. Thanks for the helpful info!
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  3. Theuns says:

    Hi Lilach

    Thanks for this info I need to use it more , been a long time that
    i did not blog but I need to get back to it and use what you just talk about
    .
    Regards
    Theuns

  4. Pramod says:

    All the tools that you’ve mentioned in this list are no doubt the best in this context ..My personal favorites are Digg,Paper.li,Scoop.it,Pinterest ..I tried Delicious by never experienced any success with it .

    -Pramod
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  5. Victoria says:

    The list is wonderful – should for sure try some of these sites, since we already use many, but not all in our smm strategy
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  6. Good list, though some of these tend to lend themselves to automated noise makers. Too much ‘set and forget’ doesn’t isn’t really curation, a little goes a long way. A couple to add here, FWIW:

    1) Zite. Like Flipboard and Feedly, this is a great tool to build your own ‘ezine’ based on subjects, RSS feeds, social profiles, etc. It also integrates well with many other apps and tools for social sharing, reading later.
    2) Along that line, I’m finally getting a little more out of IFTTT. Lets you buffer a tweet or save your Buzzfeed to Evernote, pictures from Instagram to Box. I’m using it for Readability, Pocket to tag things I’ve ‘read later’ but never get around to tweeting – now it does it for me.
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  8. Cassie says:

    This is really great! It’s very informative and useful. Thank you for sharing this great list of tools.
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  9. Shalonda says:

    Lilach, just yesterday I was searching for just this information.. this post literally has stopped my search. Thanks so much.. keep smiling
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  10. Madeleine says:

    How could you forget about StumbleUpon? It’s a great resource for finding content and websites in your areas of interest and for you to index your own content. It’s entirely based on subject matter/areas of interest and not SEO rankings. Plus, it’s easily shareable on most social networks.

    I have a personal one as well as managing one for business purposes. I love using it and highly recommend getting an account.
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  11. Excellent article. I too use feedly for all of my local seo marketing websites and information. You really can’t beat the feed reader kind of stuff especially when you come across websites and blogs that you like!

    Great share!
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  12. Ron Sela says:

    Great list with very useful tools for content curation.
    I was not familiar with ContentGems, which seems to be a very helpful tool for searching for articles within my areas interests. I would add Spundge to the list, which is a very effective tool for searching for information in social media accounts and organizing it in notebooks.
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  14. This is a great list. these tools can also be used when you are researching on a topic and you wan to organize the ideas in a systematic way.

  15. Vinish says:

    Great list. I use scoop-it, paper-li and storify.
    Content curation has really made our life easier, thanks for sharing this list.
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  16. Diahann says:

    As a newbie found information that came highly recommended and others that are new. Loving it.
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  18. I was curious if you ever thought of changing the page layout of your blog?
    Its very well written; I love what youve got to say.
    But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better.
    Youve got an awful lot of text for only having one
    or two images. Maybe you could space it out better?
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  20. Jerry says:

    Great list, Lilach!
    Just want to add my startup ContentDJ to the list. ContentDJ identifies content to share using Twitter hashtags. We integrate with Google+, Pinterest, WordPress, Mailchimp, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and more!
    We also feature a social media editorial calendar to help with planning and scheduling.
    If anyone has question, twitter at us @contentdjapp.
    Thanks!
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  21. Saura says:

    I am surprised you did not mention StumbleUpon!
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  22. Hi Lilach

    I personally like ScoopIT & Feedly but according to me Reddit & Digg are losing their shine. What’s your take on this?
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