Have you start to use this brilliant new platform Storify, an awesome multimedia reporting tool in your marketing effort? If you haven’t done yet, you may want to hurry up and use it now because Storify give you a solid way to help you share your curated content with your community.
Storify allows you to easily search (except the Facebook section that almost useless because any keyword search I did, it hardly got anything much, I couldn’t find my content. It will be totally awesome if it can sync with our Facebook fan page so we can display specific updates), find specific content, drag and drop individual stories, and create your own choice of content.
See below these selection of recent tweets, popular blog posts and videos that I created. Storify offers embeddable widget, so you can use it and embed your story to your blog and website. You can also see this story on my Storify Page Here.
How Storify Works
Because Storify just came out of private beta, so now it only allows you to login via your Twitter account. Once you done your login, you can start to select content from Twitter (your own tweets, lists, any user, searches, hashtags etc.), also from Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, Google search, any RSS feed, any link, as well as Delicious bookmarks and any story or user on Storify.
Beside above those sources, there are three more you can choose to add your content, they are SlideShare, Causes and Audioboo under Settings -> Sources. If you want, you can also assign other people as editors to edit your stories (including drafts), just go to Settings -> Editors.
Watch this quick demo video at Mashable to see how Storify works.