Scoop.it is fun and valuable tool to curate content … and it seems to be exploding across the web. Although the company was founded less than two years ago, it already attracts more than 7 million unique visitors per month.
The user-friendly tool allows you to create a beautiful “social magazine” of your favorite content … even if you can’t write a sentence. It’s also starting to find its way into corporate environments as a way to curate along relevant business themes.
I recently caught up with the co-founder and CEO of this red-hot property Guillaume Decugis, and asked him a few interesting questions about his company:
What is Scoop.it and how does it enable content curation?
How are they going to make money off of this free service? (the answer surprised me!)
If your blog post appears on a Scoop.it page is there a benefit for SEO?
You’re in marketing for one reason: Grow.
Grow your company, reputation, customers, impact, profits. Grow yourself. This is a community that will help. It will stretch your mind, connect you to fascinating people, and provide some fun along the way. I am so glad you’re here.