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Curaytor – Easily Find, Listen and Engage in Important Conversations

Are you a part of any Facebook groups?  If so, you probably are aware of the power of these amazing communities.  The value of the conversations and the sheer amount of information being shared on a daily basis is absolutely astounding.  Unfortunately, these conversations become lost due to Facebooks’s inability to sort and allow the user to search for key topics….until now.

Chris Smith and Jimmy Mackin have created the very first search engine powered by social conversations called Curaytor.  They have created a key to unlock the wealth of knowledge these communities contain and they did it for you for free!

Say you want to learn more about video marketing in real estate.  You could go to Google and type in that phrase and most likely you will get some decent results with some valuable info.  But, take a moment and type that same phrase into Curaytor and you will be presented with conversations from your peers.  These conversations will contain varying thoughts and opinions about video marketing and real life use cases.  Most likely this information will be much more valuable to you than reading a single blog post coming from one author….well, unless of course that post is on Tech Savvy Agent :-)

Take a minute to watch the video below to see an overview of Curaytor and listen to Jimmy Mackin describe his new powerful tool.  

(I apologize for the echo in the video)

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4 Comments

  1. Mike Leimeister says:

    Great idea and sharp guys! Great post Steve.

  2. Larry T. says:

    I am interested to see how this new tool will be utilized. I think that it can definitely become useful for realtors to be able to become more engaged, and learn about new products and share information. Great article!

  3. Matthew says:

    Looks like it could be an interesting product!

  4. DeeAnn M. says:

    Great product for interacting with others on a wider spectrum. I think this is a great product for those that had been waiting for such a spot in curation. Thanks for sharing!

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