Anything that can make it easier for me to find a signal is a tool worth looking at.
Social Media Informer (SMI), a new hub and aggregator for social media content makes it easier to cut through the noise and find a signal. You can use the site as a daily digest, or search articles based on topics or dates.
In Tom Pick’s review of the site on Webbiquity, he shares:
“SMI was developed by some of the same people as the popular B2B Marketing Zone b2b marketing portal. It also uses the same underlying Browse My Stuff technology,
which enables publishers, PR agencies, corporations and other
enterprises to efficiently SEO-friendly build branded content
You’ll find archived content from plenty of the industry leaders, some you’re sure to be familiar with, and some maybe you haven’t discovered yet. With Social Media Informer – you’ll be able to quick-and-easy now.
I’ve found myself searching by topic hubs (a great way to find outbound links if you’re using Blog Posting Mantra #4), and occasionally using the date-based “change edition” at the top (this could come in useful for our Social Media History category)
I’m proud to be among those featured, and thankful to be among their readers. You should be too.
- Alex Blom
- Paul Dunay
- Marc Meyer
- Fresh Networks
- Damian Davila
- Janet Fouts
- Kyle Lacy
- My Creative Team THINKing
- One Social Media
- Scott Gould
- Simon Mainwaring
- Joel Postman
- Jay Deragon
- Tom Pick
- Neal Schaffer
- and many more
If you want to learn more about how you can engage or involved, here’s more on how to Participate with Social Media Informer