Have you ever heard of Scoop.it? If not, this article is for you. I discovered the service recently and would like to tell you about it.
Scoop.it is a “topic-centric” service that was created in November 2010. “Your Scoop.it experience will start by defining the topic you want to cover. Based on that and on keywords you select, we will automatically suggest potentially interesting links from a variety of sources we’ve crawled for you across the web. From Twitter feeds, from Youtube, from blogs related to your topic and many other social media we plan to integrate soon.”
Below is a list of great features:
–The “Scoop It” bookmarklet lets you add any link to the curated topics you have selected, with an option to share on Facebook and Twitter.
–The administrative panel is easy to use.
–Traffic to your page(s) is updated in real time.
–Anyone can subscribe to your topics via RSS or email. They do not need to have an account with Scoop.it.
–You can also add RSS feeds, Twitter users and lists to the search sources.
–Finally, the design is very appealing, making the browsing experience very enjoyable for visitors. You can see for yourself with my topic: Social Media Tips.
With Scoop.it, sharing relevant content and spreading it on Twitter and Facebook are a real breeze! I have a very good feeling about this service and see it enjoy a lot of success very quickly.
Scoop.it is currently in private beta. To become a member, you must request an invitation. Click here to visit the Website.
Have you tried Scoop.it? If so, do you like it?