Tuning Scoop.it Scoop.it is one of my favorite get more do less #contentcuration tools. +Scoop.it management and design teams are pretty amazing (including +Ally Greer & +Guillaume Decugis). I'm REALLY impressed by the quality and breadth of recent changes.
Here is what I used new much easier to understand and use tools to do today:
* Changed Design Revolution Template: http://www.scoop.it/t/design-revolution. * Added a subscription form to Design Revolution. * Changed Design Revolution "SEO Boost". * Changed Social Shares for Profile & my 10 feeds (easily adaptable to each feed so can be selective with what Twitter / Facebook and G+ pages are connected).
Was amazed at the scope, breadth and quality of these changes. More as we discover more we can do.
I know if you're on the business plan you have access to the html/css and can add a custom header or you could even do something like this. For this topic on the right side I added my clickable logo, embedded a scoop, added my Twitter feed, a bottom slide up Contact Us form and a newsletter signup. http://www.scoop.it/t/websitedesign
+Martin W. Smith Mr markerter :) if you get time please have a look at the different customizions I've done to my topics using both the personalized and adaptive templates. I would love to hear your take on them. Is it too much?
+Martin W. Smith+Brian Yanish I am not happy that my page looks no different from any other page. I have been wondering whether or not to continue with Scoop.it, but probably will do so for the time being.