Swayy lets you discover and curate new content. With Swayy, you’ll be given a list of recommended articles, the trending keyword, and posts based on your topic or key interest. Swayy also has an analytics dashboard that shows the trends and the reactions of the people.
Scoopit is not a “made for education’ tool, but like many things that are useful in the real world, the educational applications are robust. I like the way that Scoopit pushes sites into a relatable magazine format. Teachers can easily collect sites pertinent to student study into a Scoopit page, and students have the opportunity to become responsible curators of their own content and members of a community of curators.
Storify is a social media management tool that can collect media from across the web and make the web tell a story. The social media management tool supports embedding anywhere and publishing all the collected media.
Storify is a San Francisco based company founded back in 2010 and has been acquired by Livefyre.
Hootsuite is a social relationship software platform that empowers businesses to execute amazing social media strategies and activities across their organizations. Its vision is to revolutionize today’s communications. Its mission is to empower its customers to transform their messages into meaningful relationships.
Buffer is a new and smarter way to share what you want to share on Social Media. People have called it great names before, like your Social Media Assistant or the Siri of Social Media.
What it does is simple. Posts in your queue will be sent out automatically by Buffer, according to the posting schedule that you put in place.