5 Awesome Ways to Tame Your Social Media Feeds

If you’re busy on social media platforms you know it can be hard to find the good content, the content that’s actually worth your time, the stuff you really want to see. In order to quit wasting your time, you may consider checking out one of the tools below which can help you sift through the junk and get to the good stuff. Let’s face it: it can be a pain to login to multiple websites or apps to check in on what’s new. The idea behind these services is that good content should surface automatically. Rebel Mouse is the newest startup in this space and is generating a lot of positive buzz. It’s still in beta for now, but you can check out the other 4 options below while you wait to try it out.

Have you used any of these services before? How do you like them? Did I miss anything good? Leave me a comment below to let me know.

Also read: The 50+ Best Ways to Curate and Share Your Favorite Social Media and News Content

Rebel Mouse

Rebel Mouse is your social front page. (Beta)

Prismatic

Prismatic surfaces the most interesting and relevant news based on people you follow.

Bottlenose

Bottlenose is a social media dashboard that helps you surf the  social media stream instead of drown in it.

PostPost

PostPost toplines content from the people you follow on Twitter.

Engagio

Engagio is not just your Inbox for social conversations. It is your dashboard for social conversations.

Hey, I'm Chris—founder and Editor of DailyTekk.com. You can also catch me contributing on ReadWrite. I enjoy checking out the latest and greatest consumer tech. I write about tech that's more ID than IT.

6 Comments

  • June 19, 2012

    Katie Stern

    These are all great services. I noticed that PostPost only examines Twitter. If you check out Memolane.com you will see that it supports over 10 different social media services and organize them in a social media time machine.

  • July 9, 2012

    Christina Trapolino

    I got my invitation to Bottlenose through Klout Perks. It’s basically the most awesome way for me to curate content for re-shares on Twitter. In combination with Paper.li, I feel pretty much covered.

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  • July 14, 2012

    William Mougayar

    Thanks for mentioning Engagio.

    The app also helps you discover where your friends are engaging, so it’s a great way to keep up with interesting content and conversations, as well as meeting new people in your fields of interests.

    William Mougayar
    Founder/CEO, Engagio

  • July 14, 2012

    Abdallah Al-Hakim

    Awesome list. I use Prismatic and Engagio on a daily basis. For searching news, Prismatic is my favourite. For tracking and engaging with conversations across my social networks, Engagio has become indispensable

  • November 13, 2012

    Skelly

    This is a great list and there are some new things I’ll need to check out. Bottlenode looks very interesting.

    Thanks,
    Carol Skelly
    Founder in1.com