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Scoop.it Organizes Curated Content into Visual Blocks
With Scoop.it, you can create a magazine-style page dedicated to a specific topic, curated from a variety of content sources on the Web. Instead of displaying your content chronologically, as on a typical blog, you can arrange the content you curate into blocks on the page, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Scoop.it lets you control how content is displayed on your page.
To make curation easier, Scoop.it suggests content related to your target keywords from a variety of sources, including Google News, Digg, Twitter, and YouTube.
As with most content-curation tools, Scoop.it lets you connect with and follow other users and integrates with your existing accounts on other social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr.