PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sociabble Curation Powered by Scoop.it enables companies to incorporate intelligent content curation into their employee advocacy and social selling initiatives. Simple and intuitive, Scoop.it software makes it easy for Sociabble administrators to scan the web for fresh third-party content, and hone in on that which is pertinent to users.
The Scoop.it curation platform’s smart content intelligence engine crawls more than 35 million webpages every day, filtering posts according to keywords and other advanced criteria including: language, content type and source. With a user base of over 3.5 million, Scoop.it’s machine learning technology pulls up pertinent results and prioritizes posts according to relevance, and individuals’ previous selections.
Sociabble aggregates brand, third-party, and user-generated content onto themed channels from which employees can share on social media. Dedicated channels can be created for internal communication and insight-only content. Scoop.it integration enables platform administrators to curate third-party content relating to company products, services, and wider industry trends and developments. It also allows for the curation of market or competitive intelligence that is pulled onto Sociabble, but that’s not available for external sharing.
Within the Sociabble and Scoop.it offer, topic-specific searches are configured using a range of criteria, and content selected by administrators is added to corresponding feeds. These are linked to content channels on Sociabble. Approved posts curated via Scoop.it appear on corresponding Sociabble channels. Scoop.it feeds and corresponding Sociabble channels can be configured according to user groups, allowing administrators to carry out content curation with end users in mind.
“Successful content marketing requires support throughout the entire company. While there are plenty of opportunities for employees to participate such as sharing and curating content, making it easy and compelling for employees to participate in large global corporations is a challenge. We’re delighted to partner with Sociabble which has proven its ability to resolve that problem with a widely adopted platform that boosts employee participation in content marketing and social selling”, says Guillaume Decugis, Co-Founder & CEO of Scoop.it.
In Sociabble Curation Powered by Scoop.it, two leading platforms have joined forces to provide a powerful content curation solution that enhances employee advocacy and social selling programs. It’s a partnership that empowers companies using Sociabble to complement the aggregation of brand and user-generated content with the curation of highly relevant third-party content sourced via Scoop.it.
On October 24th, join Sociabble and Scoop.it on the webinar “The Secret Ingredient of a Successful Employee Advocacy and Social Selling Program” to learn more about Sociabble Curation. http://info.scoop.it/webinar/the-secret-ingredient-successful-employee-advocacy-program
Sociabble delivers top of the line enterprise solutions for employee advocacy, social selling, internal communication and brand advocacy. Its software as a service (SaaS) technology platforms are available natively for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Sociabble is currently used in over 60 countries, and has some of the world’s most prestigious clients, including Microsoft, BNP Paribas, and L’Oréal.