• http://nickkellet.com/ Nick Kellet

    Thanks for including @listly – Much appreciated.

    • http://selfstairway.com/ Vincent Nguyen

      No problem, Nick! That is what happens when you make an amazing product. You get recognized. :)

  • http://amyvernon.net/ AmyVernon

    Been checking out Spundge and I like it even more than Storify (and I’ve long used Storify).

    • http://therealtimereport.com/ Tonia Ries

      thanks for the tip – will definitely check it out. What makes it better?

      • http://amyvernon.net/ AmyVernon

        More sources – includes a huge firehose of feeds they’ve curated so you can immediately bring in more context. Also, more attractive. It also automatically builds a bibliography of sources. There’s also collaborative notebooks.

        Paid version allows you to embed a liveblog directly onto your site and to have deeper collaboration.

        • http://therealtimereport.com/ Tonia Ries

          thanks, Amy

        • http://selfstairway.com/ Vincent Nguyen

          Wow! Definitely wish I had known about this before. Thanks a lot for letting us know, Amy. :) Makes us that much better!

    • http://freetraffictip.com Tinu

      I’m enjoying Spundge too but havent quite figured it out yet. Didn’t quite get the difference between stories and notebooks.

      • http://amyvernon.net/ AmyVernon

        Stories are more that, actual stories you can embed on your site. Notebooks are where you curate the information you may or may not end up putting into a story.

        • http://freetraffictip.com Tinu

          Yeah I get that about stories, and I actually tried it out about 4 days ago. The formatting didn’t translate well on WordPress, despite the fact that I embedded it.

          However, being able to then pop that story into a notebook rescued quite a bit of time from that day. Otherwise I would have had to cut and paste everything into Google Docs or a plain text file and re-format it.

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  • Shay Moser
    • http://therealtimereport.com/ Tonia Ries

      thanks for sharing this info on Overblog, Shay – interesting use case, too!

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  • http://www.socialstrategi.com/ Shilpi Agarwal

    All these 3 tools covered by Vincent are great! I love Listly, Storify and Scoop.it

    There’s also a content creation tool called Spundge : http://www.spundge.com/ which is a great tool as well. (I’m not affiliated with it)

  • http://www.feedcurator.com Larry Candelaria

    Yeah this tools are great , i’ll check this out and try to use this to make my curation better. thanks for the tip and your list . and by the way could you check this great tool too FeedCurator, this is a content aggregator, a content curator and rss generator. this tool is great and it will make you domain expertise easy. try to see this guys . thanks for sharing great tips . :)

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