As I’ve mentioned before, I am the Social Media Manager at NuFocus Strategic Group. Recently, we’ve been experimenting with different content curating tools. My co-worker Dave Gallant has showed me this neat little tool called Storify.
For those of you that do not know what Storify is, it is a content curating tool much like paper.li, except it gives you much greater control over what content you gather. It is a way to share different articles, as well as your own thoughts in one single location.
I think this tool is great for B2B social media. Why? You can choose articles that are specific to your industry, add your own comments to them, and then share them to all of your clients/ potential clients. This will make you look like an expert to your clients. It is a great way to share a lot of content at one time, without it looking too cluttered. My favorite part is the ability to add your own text. Paper.li does not give you this option, which is what makes Storify that much better.
Following is an example of the Storify that I have created for NuFocus Strategic Group. Let me know what you think! What else could this great tool be used for?
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