What are the various ways to integrate my curated content in a website or blog (Wordpress, Wix etc.) and what are their respective benefits?

If you already have a website for your business or yourself, you should consider integrating your curated content to it:
- to increase engagement of your existing website visitors,
- to boost SEO and acquire new visitors who are interested in your business, services or expertise, 
- to redirect your social media traffic to your website,
- to generate leads from your curated content.

See the chart below to determine which integration is right for you or your business.

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1. Topic Widget

The Scoop.it widget is great to display curated content in a sidebar of your blog and will increase engagement from your existing website visitorsGet the Widget by clicking here (you can also retrieve it at any time by going to Settings and then Apps).

The Scoop.it widget is available to all Scoop.it users.

Configure it in simple easy steps and see how it looks from the configuration screen:

2. Topic Embed Code

While the widget is great for a sidebar, the topic embed code gives you a full-width embed for your entire topic to include in any webpage of your site. This is the easiest way to integrate Scoop.it content to your website and it will increase engagement from your existing visitors as they have more content to discover when they are on your site. 

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This feature is accessible from the SEO / Site Integration menu of your topic:

The first option you'll see is the "Embed in your website" feature which will let you generate an embed code that you can copy and paste into any webpage of your site.

Here's an example of how it looks: Acme Corp

3. Domain Hosting

To go beyond engaging your existing readers and acquire new visitors from SEO and social media, use the domain hosting feature available as part of our Business offer.
You will get the full benefits of your curated content on your domain and website, including the ability for each individual scoop to have its unique URL indexed in search engines and be shareable by your readers through easy, 1-click social sharing buttons. Not only will you acquire new visitors but they will amplify your work by sharing your content to your channels. Better yet, by combining this option with customizable templates, you will also be able to drive traffic to other sections of your site and generate conversions and leads.

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This feature is accessible from the SEO / Site integration menu:

Need help? Here are detailed instructions.

Here's a Domain Hosted topic example:

4. Wordpress Integration

If your Website is on Wordpress, you can go further than domain hosting by efficiently organizing both your created and curated content within the same Wordpress site. Completely white label, this integration is the best way to scale your content strategy and generate more visits and leads to your Wordpress site through SEO and social media traffic and amplification. Once integrated, all your scoops will be automatically published as individual Wordpress posts, matching with your template's look and feel, under a category that you can define and that your Wordpress template or pages can leverage to organize and display your content the way you want: you can for instance blend seamlessly your curated and created content or you can have curated pieces in a separate category that you display differently.

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This feature is accessible from the SEO / Site integration menu:

Need help? Here are detailed instructions.

Here's an example of such an integration: Circle Media

5. API Integration

The Scoop.it API is the most powerful means to integrate curated content into any website, private or public. The API lets your access your curated content stream in raw format to be displayed exactly the way you want and where you want with your own CSS and look and feel. 

Contact us to learn more about Scoop.it Enterprise and the benefits of such an integration as well as collaborative curation.

Here's an example of such an integration: OpenGarden

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