Aggregage Pictify : Le Pinterest du monde artistique Article extrait du Réseau canadien d’information sur le patrimoine (04/09/2012) Récemment, un nouveau site Web de réseautage social, Pictify, a fait son apparition – avis aux musées : ceci s’adresse à vous! Pictify se démarque par deux aspects : il est conçu expressément pour le contenu culturel et vise un auditoire aux intérêts plus artistiques. Ce site Web a des fonctions semblables à celles de Pinterest, un site Internet de médias sociaux en croissance rapide, en ce sens qu’il ressemble à un énorme album‑souvenir de photos, réparties en collections diverses. Grâce à ce tableau d’affichage virtuel, les artistes et les institutions culturelles peuvent afficher des œuvres fascinantes en ligne, permettant ainsi à d’autres utilisateurs de la communauté de formuler des commentaires et de publier des photos semblables.
How to Use Amplify for Content Curation and Thought Leadership Oh no, you’re thinking, not another social media tool I have to know about! Well, yeah, but Amplify is a really good one to actually use. You know how you’re always being told you need to engage with your followers, fans/likes, connections, etc. via social media? Amplify actually focuses on the conversation aspect, making it easier to do as you’re told. To put it another way: You can get a conversation going on Twitter, but it’s really hard to maintain a meaningful discussion when you’re limited to 140 characters. On Amplify, you can have that conversation.
9 content curation tools that better organise the web. Content curation is a huge deal on the web today. As content on the web grows exponentially, our ability to make sense of it is inversely proportional. In other words, we are fast sinking under the sheer amount of content pouring onto the web every day. The social web hasn’t made life any easier on content production either – in fact its lowered the barrier to entry. WayWire Waywire Enterprise is the leading provider of cloud-based video curation solutions to the online publishing, brands, and ad networks. Waywire Enterprise‘s solutions enable websites to curate, upload, and aggregate content. We’re powered by the asset that your visitors value most, the knowledge and experience of your teams understanding and passion around your areas of expertise. We built Waywire Enterprise because we believe that in a world where information is growing exponentially, people are hungry for human curated content that is relevant and contextual. Today we work with many of the leading sites, brands, and communities to help them provide site visitors with highly engaging video experiences that are uniquely suited to their needs and interests. Video is mission critical for your site – but embracing a role as a content destination doesn’t mean you need to become a content creation enterprise.
Storystreamlab By MSL GROUP lynkly - the world's news feed McDonalds, obesity and curation of the social web McDonalds – is it a great restaurant chain serving tasty food, or the purveyor of a socially destructive obesity pandemic? Well that really depends on your point of view. However what we do know is that human opinions are reflective of the current moods of society. Buzzing with Social Curation Tools! Today, we are all facing information overload, and it is often difficult to find what we are looking for, especially if we are looking for updated collections of resources to support a topic, issue or idea. Major search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo don't exactly do a great job in assisting either, which might also be partially due to the growing influence and spam of 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' gurus, engines and companies. It is amazing how much spam comments I get on this blog alone (10 - 20 spam comments a day!)
About Aggregage is building the next-generation of business media, deploying web sites/newsletters that are each focused on a specific business segment topic, and each aggregating the most engaging online content. The aggregated content on our topic-specific sites comes from a number of interesting and relevant sources: blogs, white papers, peer recommendations, social networks, and discussion groups to name a few. That content is auto-curated by our readers based on their social media activity, so that the best rises to the top. Personalized newsletter versions of each content community deliver a customized version for each and every reader.
7 Content Curation Tools to Keep up With (and Share) Industry News Guest post by Courtney Seiter Show of hands: Who has enough time every day to read up on your industry’s news? Oh, and everything new you need to know to market your business? Yeah, me neither. But knowing what’s going on in your space is critical for content creation, competitive intelligence and social media efforts. To cut through the glut of information to make sure the good stuff rises to the top, I employ a lot of help in the form of content curation tools.
storyful Session chair was Margot Bloomstein, and below you’ll find her slides. Posting them baldly would be rather meaningless, however, unless you were either present at her panel discussion or had someone to give you the greatest hits, with a little extra colour. That’s where the curators come in. Peartrees: Multi-dimensional Curation A few weeks ago now, I posted an opinion piece on Technorati titled, 'Why Social Media Curation Matters'. Following this I received quite a lot of feedback and it’s thanks to one of these comments – posted by on my blog – that I was led to Pearltrees. In addition to this, I was also motivated to re-evaluate my position on the subject of curation and take a closer look at what I perceived that to be. At first I made the rather naïve assumption that the difference between Pearltrees and the services I’d discussed in my previous articles both here and on my blog, was purely aesthetic – Pearltrees has a beautifully designed Flash interface. However, as I delved further into the service, and further contemplated readers' feedback, I began to realise that there were actually some fundamental differences both in the approach of the developers and in my perception of curation. Nonetheless, they are just lists.