If you manage social media professionally — or even semi-professionally — chances are you curate content.
There are many ways to curate content:
- Following blogs and websites that you already know are good with an RSS reader, such as Feedly.
- Subscribing to email newsletters from authorities in many domains.
This is all great for sources and topics you already know: but what about curating content from serendipity?
Enters Pocket: an amazing, light-weight, ubiquitous curation tool, which lets you save links and read their content later.
Pocket is available on desktop, mobile (iOS & Android), as well as e-readers (Kobo) and you can “pocket” content for reading letter from your web browser, your smartphone, via email, or through 1,500+ partner apps.
At the time of writing this article, 22 millions users are enjoying Pocket and have saved 2 billion items.
You can use Pocket for free or upgrade anytime to the Premium version of the app for $44.99 per year.
Just saying, but Loomly loves Pocket… 🙂