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Scoop.it Building a Community of Curators Sharing “Ideas that Matter”

When we first looked at Scoop.it, soon after it launched in late 2011, we described it as “a one-click publishing platform that allows curators to publish beautiful online magazines.”

Today, while that description still holds true, Scoop.it appears to be evolving into a community of content curators who follow – not each other – but each other’s topics.

One of Scoop.it’s intriguing aspects is being organized around topics as opposed to the people doing the curation.

This differentiates the site from Facebook and Twitter, and it also seems to be resulting in a more professional look and feel – more of a LinkedIn in that sense, than a personal network.

Scoop.it Makes It Simple to Publish Online Magazines

While it’s true that anyone can be a publisher in the Internet Age, it’s also true that the most commonly used tools aren’t for everyone.

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