The 21 Best Content Curation Tools

Webbiquity SMM

1) Storify. Pricing: free version; contact vendor for Storify 2 pricing. Grab content (articles, videos, whatever) from your web browser, email, or a wide range of apps including Twitter, Flipboard and Pulse, and save it in Pocket. 21) Feed My Inbox.

How a social media consultant can help your business

Sherrilynne Starkie

Facebook Blueprint certification and Twitter Flight School demonstrate mastery in major social networks. These tend to include the following: Data and insights such as Google Analytics, Sysomos, Sprout Social, Facebook Insights, Twitter Analytics, etc.

Content Curation Tools: A Curated List of Content Curation Tools

Razor Social

Storify – Create or find stories. Imagine that you missed a really great conference but you heard that someone ‘storified’ it. This means they went to Storify and searched through the content discussed on social media and created a summary.

How to Grow a Twitter Chat to Reach 1 Million People: Learnings From Two Years of #bufferchat

Buffer Social

At the beginning, we had a lot to learn about how to start a Twitter chat. In the early days of Buffer, our co-founder, Leo , ran a Twitter chat called #toolschat and found it to be a really great way to connect with others on Twitter who loved social media and social media tools.

8 Tools to Curate Content for Social Media


Even if you have several social media accounts (Twitter, Linked In, Facebook), Drum up will allow you to manage it all from one place (dashboard) where you can monitor your posts and tweak your preferences or settings. Storify: Sharing “stories” rather than content is all a rage now.

Content Marketing That Wins: Making Brands, Readers AND Google Happy

Social Media Strategery

If you missed it, we’ve created a Storify for the event hashtag and embedded the livestream and presentation below. They’re even using automated content creation and curation platforms to feed the beast and stay at the top of search rankings.

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We Have Smart Homes and Smart Phones – What About Smart Blogs?


RSS Feeds and Creative Curating. Many of us have personal RSS feeds that show us what’s new on our favorite sites and allow us to access this new content. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn. This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton.