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  • http://about.me/kirsten.lambertsen Kirsten Lambertsen

    There is no doubt that curation, especially human curation, is how information overload is going to be solved. As it’s always been, people are relying on voices of authority whom they trust to recommend their daily must-have content.

    Everyone will be (and already is) a curator. I think what is becoming clear is that not only are you what you share (as coined by CollegeHumor’s founder), you are *who* you share.

    The web has gone from being about data and algorithms to being about the people who bring it to life, give it context and relevancy.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Yes Kirsten… well said. You are defined online by the content to create and curate!

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    I haven’t used Scoopit for a while but maybe someone else maybe able to provide some insights

    • http://www.MarketingBytes.biz/ Alison Gilbert

      I am tending to use scoop.it less because there is more work involved than in using the others I like, storify, paper.li, pinterest, RebelMouse

  • Rainy

    Jeff I LOVE your blogs. I hate to say this, but I think you missed a great resource: http://bundlepost.com
    Check it out and share your thoughts.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Hey Rainy I miss stuff all the time! It’s a big social media web universe Thanks for the tip :)

      • Rainy

        You are most welcome. I am curious to know your thoughts on Bundlepost. I use it and I really like it because it saves me a lot of time. Thanks for responding Jeff. I read and share your blogs religiously! :)

        • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

          I do like the religious sharing bit :)

  • http://casandracampbell.com/ Casandra

    Good list. I love Prismatic! It’s a great day to keep up to date on sites where I’m not so concerned about missing things.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the feedback Cassandra and some insights into how you are using Prismatic

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  • Dahna Borg

    Thanks for the article Jeff! I’ve only just discovered Feedly to track all the blogs I read – so I’m guessing the above may just use up more of my time :) Although, but the sounds of it LifeHack may be able to save me from that!

    The most fascinating time saver I’ve found was to install RescueTime – finding out how much time I spent on each site was enough to scare me off the internet for a few hours!

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  • http://www.3hatscommunications.com/blog/ Davina K. Brewer

    Tools are great – been looking at Storify, a few others. But yes, as I read before I share and curate, they do lead to more time reading. Think the hack trick for me on these is 1) finding and discovering the ‘new’ and then 2) aggregating that quickly, into an easy to share format. I use FB and Zite, save to other services; if Prismatic would be similar, but go beyond my feeds and networks to discover new content for me, I’d give it a go. FWIW.

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  • Hesham Elkouha

    Thanks Gilberto. I would probably look into other tools then.

  • arabellatv

    Hi Gilberto! I may be a bit biased, but Scoop.it IS a curation tool because it allows you to add your insight to what you’re curating and sharing. YOU have to pick and choose what is relevant to your audience. It’s not as easy as an automatic aggregator, but Scoop.it does allow you to share your point of view. It makes you smarter, instead of just giving you a shortcut. :)

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  • Ed Natera

    Great blog post. I use Track180, an iPad app that tracks issues by providing multiple perspectives on global issues. I’m surprised it didn’t make your list but that may be because it’s currently only available for the iPad. Anyway, check it out and let me know what you think… http://track180.com

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  • Jennifer

    I like All Top for a lot of content in one place, but it’s basically just a feed aggregator. I’m going to check out these sites.

  • Becky Gaylord

    Jeff, your content is amazing — always worth reading closely. Thank you for your must-read blog!
    Meanwhile, have to add my endorsement for @Listly
    I love the way others can “co-curate,” so that lists of items that one person start can be added to, supplemented and shared by others. It’s like a super-social version of really useful ideas that have been amplified through crowd-sourcing. Fabulous!
    Worth a separate post, in the future…I predict!
    Thanks,
    Becky

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Happy for you to contact me at jeff@jeffbullas.com

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  • Esther van Rijswijk

    Hi Jeff,
    how about mattermap.com?

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  • http://www.squidoo.com/toad-in-the-hole-recipe jwblackwell

    Disclaimer: I’m a developer and co-founder so obviously biased :)

    But we built BuzzSumo.com, which is essentially a socially driven content search engine. You can see exactly which content is most popular on each social network. Would love to hear your thoughts and any feature ideas.

    Saving content is definitely something we’d consider, we’re also looking at making sharing articles found easier for content curators.

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  • Angela Heidt

    I’ve been using Opentopic (www.opentopic.com) in beta for a while, it’s pretty good – let’s you set up a variety of filters, searches, and sources to post to different channels.

  • http://www.coffeemoney.co.uk/ Neil Ashworth

    Great review Jeff – I’ve been using Storify a short while and find it very user friendly so no surprise some of these tools are quickly going mainstream. By the way – you seem to have a bad link in the post to storify – :)

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  • http://www.markevans.ca/ Mark Evans

    Take a look at pressly.com, which lets you create destinations featuring your own content, curated content from third-party sources, and social content. It provides a central location to curate and share great content.

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    Great review Jeff -
    here

    I’ve been using Storify a short while and find it very user friendly so no surprise some of these tools are quickly going mainstream. By the way – you seem to have a bad link in the post to storify – :)

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  • http://netcurate.com/ Sujay Maheshwari

    Hi Kelly,

    Its quite interesting to learn that you have to use all these 3 services. How about you take a look at Netcurate.com and then see for yourself if its better?