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Home About Contact Tweet me Featured Articles Ramblings The Social Web Trials/Betas my6sense – of consumption, curation and the needstream. Posted by Colin in Featured Articles , The Social Web , Trials/Betas on September 13th, 2010 | 2 responses If youre new here, you may want to subscribe to the RSS feed , or hook up on Twitter or Google Buzz. Queue services like my6sense.

Marketing via Aggregation, Filtering and Curation – Tools and Resources

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Marshall Kirkpatrick talked about aggregation and filtering several years ago in How to Build an RSS and Blog News Site for Your Project where he had cobbled together a solution using Google Blog Search,  dapper, Feed Digest, PostRank, Roller, and others.  Google Blog Search. My6Sense. They allow you to create a new location on their site (think Facebook Page or Google Sites). 

Automated Filtering vs Human-Powered Curation

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Google Social Search. This is being done by Google search as well as Amazon.com and my6sense. With solutions like Paper.li and Browse My Stuff grabbing attention, and with people like Robin Good doing a series on Real-Time News Curation , and Ross Dawson tells us has curation has hit the tipping point , it seems like the concepts of curation, aggregation, filtering are suddenly a central conversation.  Of course, this has long been a conversation as Robin, Ross or I could tell you.  Let’ me first provide some background on filtering. Approaches to Automated Filtering.

Forget What the Experts Say…You CAN Shortcut Your Way to Success with Social Media

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Alltop, Regator, My6Sense, and Google all offer great options in the organization department. A few savvy real estate companies have even created their own custom content dashboards, and are regularly creating content their agents can share and re-purpose! And they would be right. And for the most part, I’ve always considered that an excuse (myself included). What are you? not may!