• http://twitter.com/spykermedia Simon Spykerman

    I started using scoop.it recently. That gives you a stream of content based on keywords or topics you select and you curate on the site under a topic heading. you can then add comments and share to all your social networking sites. You can curate under up to five topic headings on the free version (many of best titles are taken) and use the bookmark to easily scoop from content you find in your browser. Very cool. @spykermedia

  • Christine

    Thank you for this great list – I will add some of these to my list of great marketing sites. I have also used Stumbleupon.com – You tell them your interests and they recommend great websites, photos and videos.. @PJGreetings

  • Martin Pierags

    what about Google+ ? Most if the content and information that I am actually interested in comes from the circles I’ve created lately. On the topics I’m interested in, even this great article.
    It makes sense if you take a look on analytics, because looking on the sources that link to your site, let’s you know where you can engage.

  • http://twitter.com/ArnieK Arnie Kuenn

    Thanks for the tip Simon. I will check it out.

  • http://twitter.com/ArnieK Arnie Kuenn

    Great idea Christine – I never thought of using StumbleUpon for curation. Thx.

  • http://twitter.com/ArnieK Arnie Kuenn

    Martin, I think if you organize the circles well enough, G+ could also be a great tool to use. Thx.

  • http://www.target-info.com/ Mark Tilly

    If you have a WordPress site, you might check out MyCurator on the WordPress plugin repository. With a full range of features integrated into WordPress it makes it easy to discover and share content on your site.

  • http://twitter.com/GraciaLydia Lydia GRACIA

    have you tried Scoop.it Arnie? I would like to have your feedback :-) TY @gracialydia

  • Joanna Brien

    Thanks for the article Arnie, have you tried the latest content curation tool to be released – Pressjack (http://pressjack.3dissue.com) yet? It would be good to get your feedback!

  • http://snapoint.org/ Instablogs

    I love Scoop.it for content curation. They make it so easy to share to social media sites and to share the things you love!

  • jeffio

    Hi Arnie, I’d like to encourage you to check out our app at http://www.ContentGems.com — we’ve built a power-curation tool that gives curators detailed control over keywords/sources so that you can pull in niche content. We just launched a HootSuite app too so we fit into the workflow quite nicely.