7 Curation Tools To Streamline Your Content Requirements

streamline your content requirements

While writing your own content is the best way to go, there are many things that your audience needs that you cannot supply. This is why you need to curate content. 

Content curation is the process of looking for relevant content from other websites, and then sharing it on your blog or social media pages. Most of the time, the preferred sharing method is via social media.

Instead of looking for these contents manually, why not automate it? But what content curation tools can you use to streamline your content? 

Today, I will provide you with seven of the best ones that you can start using right away.

  • Triberr
  • Crate
  • DrumUp
  • Feedly
  • ContentGems
  • Pocket
  • Curata 

1. Triberr

Triberr is a platform where social media influencers work together. Here, the creators share their content so other users could share them. In return, they must also share the content of other users. Each group in the same niche is called a “tribe.”

With Triberr, you can:

  • Upload your content that you want others to share
  • Put your content in queue mode
  • Share the content of others in your social media feed
  • Work with other members to get more traffic 
  • Get content that is specific to a niche 

You can get Triberr for free, but you will only have access to limited features. If you want more features, you have to subscribe. There are two paid plans that costs either $8.50 a month or $350 a year. The paid plans also increase the number of “tribes” you can create or join. The free plan has a maximum of three tribes. 

2. Crate

With this tool, you can find content that is worth sharing. The way it works is that you create a “crate.” This crate is where you “dump” content.

Once you have an account, you can scroll through the contents and then dump them in your crate, which the system will share on your social media feed. To look for content, just type keywords or tags in the space provided, and then the tool will show you a list of content that you can choose from.

Here are the things you can do with Crate: 

  • Look for great content in seconds
  • Share the content immediately
  • Customize your search to narrow the results down to your niche
  • Add domains you like so the tool will get content from them

The tool is free to use, but there are also paid plans. The free plan has a limited amount of features and usage.

3. DrumUp

This is one is a social media management too. But apart from that, it is also a curation tool that you can use to streamline your content. With it, you can uncover great blog posts that you can share. However, you can only share these contents in social media. 

Here are the things you can do with it: 

  • Look for content and then save it to your library
  • Schedule the content and share it in calendar format
  • Edit and delete the posts if you want to 
  • Create link shortener so the URL does not take up too much character space 

DrumUp is free, but there is also a paid plan that costs $15 a month. If you want a simple content curation tool, then DrumpUp is one of the best options out there. Its user interface is user-friendly, and it does not have a lot of clutter.

4. Feedly

If your blog is a news site, then Feedly should be one of your tools. It is mainly a news aggregator, and you will be able to find content here from globally renowned sites like the New York Times or Mashable. With Feedly, you can find content based on Freshness, and you can also find content based on keywords. 

Here are the features: 

  • Can be integrated with several social media platforms
  • You can save the content in your library and read it later 
  • Secure connection
  • Make content private

Apart from several social media channels, you can integrate Feedly with other tools like Hootsuite, Evernote, Trello, Slack, and others. The tool is free for up to 100 feeds. After that, you would need to upgrade and pay for a plan. 

5. ContentGems

In this tool, you will find content that is relevant to your niche. It is basically a content discovery site. What you do here is to scan thousands of content, and then you can choose to read them or share them. 

Here are the things you can do: 

What’s great about this tool is that you can immediately share the content that you want. You can even automate the sharing process. The basic plan is free. If you are operating a business, you can get the business plan at $99 per month. Agencies have to pay $199 per month. 

6. Pocket

With Pocket, it is not only written content that you get, but also videos. With this tool, you can save the content and read or watch them later. If you want to, you can also share them. 

What’s great about Pocket is that you can get content on specific niches. You do not have to sort through random content on the web. 

Here are the things you can do: 

  • Use tags to browse content 
  • Choose to see only trending content
  • Works great on both mobile and desktop
  • Has a Google Chrome extension

The tool is free to use. However, the free version shows you ads. If you want to get rid of the ads, you have to pay for a plan that costs $44.99 per year. 

7. Curata

The last one on my list of the best tools to streamline content is Curata. This tool is great for big enterprises because you can search for content based on domain names and keywords. What you get in the results are the most relevant, especially to your niche. 

What’s great about the tools is that you can program it to automatically deliver the content in your feed, ready for distribution later on. The tool also has an algorithm that learns as you share content, and then it will show you more and more content of your liking and preferences later on. 

Here are the features:

  • It is a crowdsourcing platform that a team can use
  • You can use a browser extension to make content curation accessible
  • You can filter the content based on freshness and relevancy

You can use it also to create content and share it. The tool is not free to use. It is best for big businesses that can pay $667 per month. 

Summary: Curation Tools to Streamline Your Content Requirements

Content curation is a good thing. It allows you to share more content and engage your audience. However, it could also prove to be tiring, time-consuming, and expensive. If you hire a freelancer, expect to pay at least $10 per hour of work. 

But if you use a content curation tool, you only have to pay a fixed monthly fee, and then set it up to automatically share posts. You will get more value for your money, have more engaged audiences, and get more traffic. 

John Kilmerstone

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