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Nextly - Curated Browsing CurativeApp.com - Coming Soon Only2Clicks Inoreader mode d'emploi. Partie I | Outils Froids La disparition de Google Reader a eu cela de bon qu’elle a laissé la place à la concurrence et a permis à certains éditeurs de proposer des fonctionnalités innovantes. Après avoir testé de nombreux services j’ai choisi voilà deux ans d’utiliser Inoreader de la société bulgare Innologica et c’est également l’agrégateur que je conseille à mes clients lorsqu’ils veulent mettre en place des traitements avancés autour des flux RSS (sinon Netvibes ou Feedly sont suffisants). Inoreader étant bourré de fonctionnalités j’ai décidé d’en faire le tour dans une série de billets tutoriels que j’inaugure aujourd’hui. Attention, pour profiter des possibilités les plus avancées de ce service il faudra passer en mode payant, soit entre 13 et 45 euros par an. Terminologie : le terme que j’utiliserai le plus fréquemment pour désigner les articles ou les billets diffusés dans un flux RSS sera celui d’item. Découvrir Inoreader La première chose à faire est évidemment de se créer un compte.

Cadmus Offers Algorithmic Twitter Feed Curation Filtering, curation, aggregation and relevance have long been touted as the next important steps for social media. In actual fact we’ve had curation services in the form of Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Delicious and many more for a long time. However, the questions “How do I find the blog post, tweet, facebook update, photo or check-in that is most relevant to me?” and “How do I know I’ve not missed a really important piece of news?” are still asked daily. The Cadmus application attempts to answer a problem as outlined in a blog entry introducing Cadmus. The problem we are trying to solve here is that we don’t have all day to stay on top of these social media services. The app lets you add services such as Twitter, any RSS feed and FriendFeed, but the API currently focuses purely on Twitter as a source of information including methods to curate posts, trends, comments, links, searches, lists and find related tweets. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

The Design Studio / Welcome to the Design Studio 10 agrégateurs de contenus pour remplacer Google Reader Google abandonne son célèbre lecteur de flux RSS « Google Reader » à partir du premier juillet 2013. Vers quels outils se tourner pour organiser sa veille d'informations ? Voici une dizaine de solutions web et mobiles pour remplacer avantageusement l'agrégateur de news de Google. Feedly Cet agrégateur de news décliné en versions web (extensions pour navigateurs Chrome et Firefox) et mobiles (Android, iOS) permet d'organiser simplement sa veille d'informations sur un tableau de bord personnalisable, en ajoutant les sources d'informations de son choix parmi différentes thématiques. Fonctionnalités Par ses fonctionnalités avancées, Feedly se rapproche de certains outils de curation (ex : Scoop.it, Paper.li). Le lecteur RSS existe en version pro, disponible sur abonnement (5$/mois ou 45$/an) Cette version inclut : Taptu Application pour Android Application pour iOS Essayer Taptu The Old Reader Interface et fonctionnalités : Essayer The Old Reader Netvibes NewsBlur Pulse Digg Reader Fonctionnalités :

8 Ways to Find Great Social Media Content Do you want to know how to find the most valuable social media content? Are you looking for great articles and videos to share with your friends and fans? Be sure to watch this edition of Social Media Examiner TV with our host Mari Smith. In this episode, Mari introduces you to the concept of curating content and how it can help your business. And Mari also reviews 8 content curation tools to help you find the best information for your business. Share your feedback, see the show notes and discover how you can be part of a future show below! Here are the content curation tools Mari reviews on this video: #1: Google Alerts Use Google Alerts to get notifications of your important keywords. Set up Google Alerts for keywords relevant to your business. #2: Google Reader Subscribe to blogs in your Google Reader for better social media management. #3: Facebook Friend Lists for Better Facebook News Feeds Get more control over your Facebook news feed with Facebook Friend Lists. #4: Twitter Lists #7: Alltop

Resource Center - Insights and case studies on Content Curation and Lean Content Marketing Actionable, data-driven and practical resources. Inspiring case studies. Welcome to the Scoop.it resource center. Case Studies How the University of San Francisco cracked user-generated content for Content Marketing Getting people to contribute to your content strategy is the holy graal of many marketers. Read what BWF Agency's Justin J. How FireChat maker Open Garden showcases thought leadership Learn how TechCrunch Disrupt winner OpenGarden quickly established itself as the thought leader on mesh networking - an innovate technology that disrupts WiFi and cellular data - and how Scoop.it played a key role in their content marketing strategy. Watch how the Open Garden team saves time using Scoop.it. Browse dozens of other examples of branded content hubs powered by the Scoop.it platform Interested in using content curation to improve SEO, traffic and leads? Browse our Showcase to get a sense of what is feasible with our Business or Enterprise versions. Visit the showcase. More Insights & Resources

Twitter Chats and Hashtag Conversations | Social Media Curation with Keepstream By – February 1, 2011 Posted in: Curation Firstly, Twitter chats are awesome. A great dialogue is made possible because such a wide variety of people can participate. And since the nature of Twitter is very open and public, you can just watch the hashtag and still benefit from the tips and conversations. Some popular chats include: #journchat - long running weekly conversation (Mon 7-10pm Central) between journalists, bloggers and PR people #prstudchat – a platform for conversation between Public Relations Students, Educators and Professionals (monthly, time varies) #campuschat – connecting college-bound students, their parents, educators, and administrators (Wed 8-9pm Central) For more info on Twitter chats, check out this blog post on Mashable. Twitter is great for serendipity – chance encounters. Keepstream is a great solution for publicly archiving your discussion tweets, whether you save all the tweets from the chat or only the highlights. An example embed:

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