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19 Responses to 5 Tools to Find and Share Great Content

  1. Thanks for including Post Planner in this list! http://www.postplanner.com

  2. Tom George says:

    Hi Ian,

    As the founder of a start up, I don’t have to tell you, I often get pulled in many directions and have to wear a few different hats, as I pour in my sweat equity to build my company, but in the short amount of time that I have been familiar with your work, you have saved me time and are consistently helping me become better at what I am doing. I really like 3,4,5 I have been a huge fan of Scoop.it, for a long time, but 4,5 are new territory for me, and they both look super interesting.
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  3. Ian cleary says:

    Hey Tom, thank you so much for your comment and support. It is much appreciated and I’m delighted the content is useful for your business.
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  4. It’s looks a great tools and will definitely help me thanks a lot for the great post.

  5. Phil says:

    Brilliant article Ian – really enjoyed it. Will endeavor to share it on!

  6. Lilach says:

    Thanks Ian for this great article. As you know I’m a huge fan of tools and it’s nice to see you’ve mentioned some of my favourites, I particularly love using PostPlanner:)

    I need to use DoShare so thanks for the reminder of what a useful tool that one is!
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  7. Hi Ian,

    Wonderful list of tools here. I will hop on Postplanner now to learn more about it because I need to automate Facebook more effectively.

    As for G Plus this looks to be a wonderful solution for my issue, because I could not find a reliable app to work with my account. Problem solved.

    Thanks again for sharing!

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  8. Hey Ian,

    I am a Facebook user but it’s my first time to read about Post Planner. The truth is, it’s my first time to read all of these 5 sharing tools so I am a bit static to use all of it. Since I use Facebook often, I guess its safe to say that I’ll try Post Planner first. Thanks for sharing this informative post.
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  9. Ian Wright says:

    Good article, Ian. I’ve been using scoop.it as a content hub for nearly a year now, often (though not always) scooping to my board, then sharing from there. The exception is when I find the content on a social network I reshare on that network before scooping to others – it makes no sense to scoop a pic on FB then share to FB, not least because the image will be of a vastly reduced size when scooped to FB!

    Recently I’ve added trap.it to my arsenal, which has already proven effective in unearthing content I would have otherwise missed.

  10. Lisa says:

    Ian, I used to love mention, is it back up? It was down for a while. I’ll have to check it out. I love using the Buffer to plan my posts and shares. I also use Scoop it and love it for finding new posts around the blogosphere too. Thanks for sharing these tips.
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  11. Alison says:

    I’m using scoop.it but not the others so thanks for the tips :)
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