Tommy Walker, editor at ConversionXL.com and host of Inside the Mind, shared some very cool tools for how to quickly finding and curate content that is relevant to your business. Finding good content to learn from and to share out can be difficult and overwhelming. There is a LOT to sift through. These tools should make the job a little easier to handle.
These tools are new to me and I am so excited about them that I wanted to get them in your hands right away (even as I continue to explore them myself) so that you can get busy finding great information. Click through for an annotated screengrab, quick summary, and a link to each tool.
Connect your Twitter account and see who among your connections is sharing what content within the last one to 24 hours.
Check out nuzzel.com >
Enter a term of interest and see both a visual display of interconnected topics, hashtags, and people that you can dig into as well as shared articles.
Check out sonar.bottlenose.com >
Choose topics of interest based on your social media activity (via your connected account) or through exploration in the tool and get content served up in a beautiful feed.
Check out Prismatic.com >
Create detailed keyword searches (set which keywords must be included, which should be included, and which should NOT be included) and set a popularity or relevance timeframe for your content results.
Check out ContentGems.com >
Filter social activity based on a keyword, type of content, and timeframe. Also view and compare tweets/day analytics on different terms.
Check out Topsy.com >
Don't know where content fits into your internet marketing plan? Read this post or take a look at this simple diagram.