Keep Stream: Keep Tweets In Order. Love It.

 

Keepstream is a social media curation tool that helps organize tweets, Facebook posts, and website bookmarks into shareable, embeddable collection pages. Collections are useful for bloggers, marketers, or just about anyone who wants to curate the chatter from a conference or event, a news headline, or a hashtag chat.

Social media is extremely fleeting. We engage in hashtag chats and conferences, we see great industry news and tips, we experience breaking news and links, and we share fun quotes and pics. But it’s nearly impossible to save the best related content and conversations in a cohesive, shareable way. Keepstream provides a powerful free tool for finding and archiving the important social content you want to save.

The real power though comes from gaining insights on that content and redistributing that content elsewhere. That’s why Keepstream provides a widget for website content integrations, and is currently developing powerful reporting and analytics features. This is particularly aimed at marketers, PR professionals, and social media managers in small-medium size businesses as well as small companies with a DIY approach to social media. They can’t afford massive software packages to archive, analyze, and redistribute social content, but a freemium product like Keepstream is a perfect fit.

 

What blogging platforms do you support?

Our embed is currently supported on Blogger, Squarespace, TypePad, and WordPress self-hosted blogs. We are actively pursuing integration with Posterous, Tumblr, and WordPress.com.

 

What does the embed look like?

Keepstream

Keepstream Buzz

March 3, 2011

What people are saying about Keepstream
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SativaBella
It has only been about 2 minutes, but I am already in love with@keepstream – I recommend everyone signs up immediately!
February 15, 2011
JamieXML
Anyone using Keepstream? Just saw my first one, archiving a twitchat. Interesting #socialmedia curation idea.
January 20, 2011
joshdilworth
Am really liking @keepstream to keep track of good tweets around client launches;)
November 16, 2010
benmeck
If you’re not using @Keepstream to curate content (facebook, twitter, links) and embed on your site / blog – you should be. So easy!
October 15, 2010
candidcourtney
Playing with @keepstream Almost as exciting as finding a hundred dollar bill in my dryer!
October 15, 2010
davemcclure
wow, pretty cool. @KeepStream is like a visual, curated #FriendFeedmashup. cc @scobleizer @mona @kissmetrics #dd10
September 8, 2010
saranyan
I love @keepstream. It is a great example of simple and useful thing done right. #doingitright
September 7, 2010
g_ack
Case Study: Why Keepstream has Promise as a Curation Tool – Recently I’ve had the opportunity to explore various co…http://bit.ly/bazjUf
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Social Media Manager at Accellion View all posts by Ryan Swindall @Ryan_Swindall

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