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An Introduction To Scoop.it
Step 1: Link Your Social MediaAfter registration on Scoop.it, You can simply connect your social media profiles with Scoop.it account. Available social media accounts include Twitter, Facebook (profile/page), LinkedIn, Buffer, WordPress and Tumblr. You can choose "Memorize my sharing options from my most recent post" option also unde Sharing Settings.
Step 2: Set Up a DigestThe next step is that you can share your link on Scoop.it website which is only magazine for your content. Give it a title (it can be you website title or post title), a description, set the language and mention some keywords according to topic (benefit for SEO).
Step 3: Customize Your ProfileIn the free version of Scoop.it, you can change username, Email, company name, time zone, avatar, change password or delete account etc. Save all your changes and enjoy working on Scoop.it.
Curating and Sharing
Three Ways to Use Scoop.it as a Traffic DriverFirst, enable social sharing on your scoop.it account.When you will publish any article link on Scoop.it profile the link will automatic share on other social networking websites.When people click on the link, they come back to Scoop.it and then back to the original site.
Second, if you have different type of blogs on different topics, you can create digests of your posts on each one and send these out periodically, either by sharing on social networks or embedding them in your newsletter. Again, eventually people end up back on your site.This is also a great idea to generate traffic via Scoop.it
Third, if you blog on other sites, Scoop.it is a great way to collect and share that content more widely. You can create guest posts for other blogs and put your Scoop.it profile link in author bio when people will click on the link they will go to your other articles also.