Storytelling: From Discovery to Delivery

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Are you setting the “visions, values and agenda for an entire generation that is to come”?

I grew up in rural Africa with a rich culture of storytelling and Steve’s words in the quote above resonate deeply with me.

A good storyteller will have a vast tapestry of anecdotes to draw from in order to weave a powerful narrative that will open the hearts and minds and change behaviours of their listeners, incrementally shaping the future with every story.

In my youth, the storytellers would roam from village to village, observing activity, collecting anecdotes and retelling tales in order to help the village elders achieve the behaviours and outcomes they desired. Tales of tragedy would be used as a warning of the dire consequences associated with a certain path of action while stories of hope and prosperity achieved by other villages would motivate new behaviours and actions in an attempt to imitate the same.

I am the current day incarnation of the storytellers of my youth.

I scan the world for TIPS – Technologies, Innovations, Patents and Start-ups and I  contemplate the consequences and implications that these will have on the future of society, industry and the individuals within.

But my villages where I harvest the anecdotes from are vastly dispersed and while I do my best to visit as many as I can in person by attending conferences and exhibitions across the world and speaking to academics and thought leaders and participating in discussions and panels, there is no way I could find and keep track of the stories and snippets from which to weave my narratives without a little help.

OK – without a LOT of help.

 

I have previously made use of a plethora of tools, folders, ad-ins, widgets and whatnots in an attempt to curate order from chaos but was frequently overwhelming and required far too much overhead to sustain.

And then – in May 2016 I overheard a brief snippet of a pitch being delivered to a potential customer browsing an exhibition stand at The Next Web (TNW).  It was something about “content curation” and the fact that they were using my language stopped me in my tracks – I had to investigate further!

The diminutive stand belonged to Cronycle – a platform I’d not yet heard of which was surprising to me as I thought I had tried them all. I moved in closer, steeling myself for the inevitable disappointment associated with much of the “vapourware” I was used to coming across at events like this. I could hardly contain my excitement as the exhibitor stepped me through the capabilities of the fledgling app. It was already a more capable tool than the combination of three or four of the tools I was using, all put together! Of course, in such situations, the correct response is always to act cool and probe for more – you wouldn’t want a start-up to think they had nailed it one now do you?

I eventually left the stand with a casual “I’ll give it a try” and walked off.

At first, I did simply “give it a try”. You must understand that I had already invested hundreds (more like thousands) of hours building up a repository of information from which to create my stories that I tell across the globe to audiences of all sizes. There was a LOT at stake here – my reputation being the most important factor taken into consideration!

The first shock came when I was almost instantly contacted by the COO, Jeremy. He wanted to know if I would be willing to come into their offices in London to explain how I did what I do and how Cronycle could play more of a role in helping me achieve my goals. Then came the second shock – this wasn’t just a customer platitude! Jeremy genuinely listened to what I said and he shared with me his vision of where they were headed.

He had a great story – I bought into it completely!

 

Over the next couple of months the feature drops and enhancements came at a pace I’ve rarely seen in any start-up – and I’ve mentored my fair share of them over the last couple of years.

My days now start with a journey through my digital villages to catch up with the latest happenings – content feeds curated around major topics by Cronycle themselves and those that I have created using a combination of my own sources and a myriad of previously unknown sources surfaced via the Cronycle interface. If I am researching a brand new industry or topic I know I will have relevant content pouring into my feeds within seconds. Cronycle is now my primary discovery tool that I consult before tapping into any other source.

Storytelling discovery on CronycleDiscovery – showing Wired article on board

But discovery is only part of what I do. Curation is arguably of greater importance to me and for the first time ever, this is effortlessly achieved in a single interface. I can “pin” articles, documents and images to “boards” and even upload my own, tagging them for cross-referencing using my own taxonomy. If I worked in a larger organisation as opposed to on my own, I could invite others to comment and discuss and add their views and opinions to enrich the information snippet (yes, I do use this to argue with myself on occasion but we will gloss over that for now).

I later use these boards when I’m invited by a company or event to stand up and tell stories to an audience – drawing from a vast tapestry of anecdotes in order to weave a powerful narrative that will open the hearts and minds and change behaviours of their listeners, incrementally shaping the future with every story I deliver.

Storytelling at a client workshopDelivery – showing Wired article on screen at Customer Experience event

These guys are on a mission to change the way relevant content is uncovered, socialised, curated and repurposed and they are now woven inextricably in my own work from discovery all the way through to delivery.

Go on – give them a try – and see for yourself how you can set the “visions, values and agenda for an entire generation that is to come”.

 

The guest post was written by Andrew Vorster, Innovation Catalyst. You can follow Andrew further on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

 

 

Get Better Insight from Collaboration with Cronycle

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yammer usersThe team here at Cronycle believe collaboration is not just chatting. Collaboration is when communication, content, and information become insight. We want to go beyond being an enterprise social network and give our users a better option to collaborate.

Millions of organisations continue to look for ways to improve how they share information with their colleagues. By switching to Cronycle, Yammer users can get more insight from workplace collaboration. Invite your team today to start sharing and collaborating on information that is important to your work.

By switching to Cronycle you get:

collaboration   Collaboration

             Work in teams across your organisation in dedicated spaces for projects.

one_platform   From one platform

             Upload, save, comment, and annotate on content and information.

content boards

quality_insights   Quality Insight

             Collaborative insight from content to help you make decisions.

discovery   Discovery

             Create news feeds with search queries that are relevant to you and your team.

stay_conected   Staying Connected

             Work from our iOS app and save content on-the-go with our Content clipper.

engagement in Cronycle web and iOS

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Become A Cronycle Blogger

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Guest blog for Cronycle

Cronycle is looking for guest bloggers to contribute to our dedicated audience of marketers, researchers, and analysts. We love to collaborate and guest blogging is great a way to network and share your expertise with others. Together we can give readers fresh ideas, and perspectives. 

What we stand for

We are dedicated to taking the noise out of mass media and providing content that matters most to our audiences. We believe that curation, collaboration and technology can help us achieve that. 

What we are looking for

We would love to hear your content ideas. We like topical posts, how-to guides and tips on:

  • Workplace Collaboration
  • Content Marketing
  • Research Analysis
  • Future of Work
  • Employee Advocacy and Evangelism
  • Future of Journalism
  • Impact of algorithms or algorithmic filtering

Guidelines

  • Original post (not published any elsewhere in the last 3 months)
  • 800 words minimum
  • If you’re keen to produce an infographic, a data-driven opinion piece or have a left-field idea please send us your pitch
  • Please send us any examples of previously published work

Benefits of Writing for Cronycle

  • Content published to our audience
  • Shared with our newsletter subscribers 
  • Regular Contributors will have their articles featured in our in-app Discovery section for users to subscribe to
  • Pro-package discount; use Cronycle to help you write epic content and collaborate with the other Contributors

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RSS feeds: Personalise your trusted source library

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Personalised you trusted source library with a free account: Add RSS feeds to your library

We are excited to announce a brand new feature for our free users. Now everyone can add individual RSS feeds to their Cronycle account. This means you will be able to personalise your trusted library of sources and create highly targeted Custom Feeds.

Cronycle is a content research platform. We believe in making it incredibly easy for our users to gather information from the web and create actionable intelligence.  creating Custom Feeds which are relevant for your research purposes, and then collaborating with a small team to get insight and intelligence from these feeds.

How will this help with my research?

Our custom feeds are powered by the feeds that publishers produce through RSS feeds and articles from Twitter feeds that you follow. In order to get our users started, we provide them with a list of 240 publisher feeds that come from international sources on a variety of different business and cultural areas.

However, we now recognise that isn’t enough for our free users, and in order to fully see the power of custom feeds they want to be able to add their trusted sources. So we have opened out the ability to add individual RSS feeds either via the Webapp, your mobile phone or the Chrome and Safari content clipper.

Start with Cronycle today!

Click here to learn more about creating a library full of your trusted sources

Or perhaps you want to learn more about creating the perfect news feed

To learn more about the benefits of creating your own algorithm and getting out of your social media echo-chamber then take a look at this article

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Publish Directly to WordPress with Cronycle

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Cronycle WordPress integration

As you may already know, you can embed your news feeds (collections) directly to your WordPress site, which is great for having a continuously updating feed which keeps your readers informed.

Today, we are excited to announce a new integration with WordPress. You can send drafts of new articles and posts directly to WordPress from Cronycle boards.

We understand that many of our users are using Cronycle to research new ideas and find articles which give credibility and authority to their new posts. Now, when you are writing and editing a new note on a Cronycle board, you can draft a post to send to WordPress.

Send a WordPress post direct to your site from Cronycle boards!

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How to publish to WordPress from Cronycle

When you write a note on a board, you’ll have the option to create a draft for WordPress.

Save Note To WordPress

In order to send a draft to WordPress simply enter the heading and press create note ready for WordPress. To schedule your post you should enter a desired time and date, this is optional.

Save to WordPress

Once you have hit ‘send to WordPress’ the following modal will come up:

Cronycle WordPress integration

You will have to enter your WordPress URL (remember to include the http:// or https://), and your WordPress username and password. Then press ‘Send Draft to WordPress’.

Then you’ll see the draft of the post appear in your WordPress.

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We’re really excited about getting feedback about this new integration! We’ve developed it so our users can facilitate their content production process. Please contact us with your feedback and let us know what you think!

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Content curation for social media with Cronycle

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curate content for social media

If you’re like a lot of social media marketers, you will spend a lot of time searching for content to post on social media. This is often referred to as ‘content curation‘ and we’ve spoken to marketers who spend up to a day a week finding useful content to post on their networks.

As Neil Patel points out on the QuickSprout blog – curated content on social media account for 47% of all clicks, and given it’s much more time-efficient to curate content produced by other people, than create new content again and again, it’s well worth the time investment to share curated content on social media channels.

But as Neil Patel writes in another blog for Buffer:

Even though social media tools do the posting for you, they don’t find the content to post. This is your job.

But what if I told you there is a platform which finds the content to post. What if I told you that you could create your own personalised news feed which goes out to the trusted sources you respect, and delivers interesting articles according to keywords you put together.

How does that sound? Pretty exciting I expect.

A complete platform to curate content for social media

Neil Patel suggests spending half an hour searching for content on various networks.

  • 5 minutes searching for content on Twitter
  • 5 minutes searching for content on Facebook
  • 5 minutes searching for content on LinkedIn
  • 5 minutes searching for content on Google News
  • 10 minutes searching through niche blogs and websites

He then suggests copying all those links and quotes into a document and warns against getting distracted.

I’m suggesting you spend 10 minutes scanning one personalised news feed, automatically posting those links into a board which is attached to the same platform, and given it’s all self-contained, there is no way you can get distracted by click bait articles.

I’m suggesting you spend 10 minutes scanning one personalised news feed, automatically posting those links into a board which is attached to the same platform, and given it’s all self-contained, there is no way you can get distracted by click bait articles.

Ok – but you’ve been promised personalised news feeds before. And they get way too much to handle because you are completely inundated with content which you can’t control. So you’ve given up with your personalised news feed.

Cronycle doesn’t just aggregate content together in one place. Cronycle offers you powerful filtering to make sure you’re only served articles which contain keywords that come from your specified sources. This ensures you get a limited number of very relevant articles a day.

This ensures you get a limited number of very relevant articles a day

A platform to save articles to post for later

A completely customised news feed is great. But when something is running off an algorithm, you want to make sure you are only posting the best articles from that news feed. You need a ‘holding area’ of some description where you can annotate those articles so you know what you may say on each social media platform. This is what Neil Patel was using as an open document – a place to house the best links you’ve curated.

In that holding area, it would be useful if you could post articles which didn’t just come from the personalised news feeds. It would be useful if you could hold articles which you find whilst browsing the web, either on your desktop or on mobile, so you can review which posts you’re going to send out before sending them direct to your scheduler.

You could finally be in control of curating posts to share on social media – and it could take you just 10 minutes a day.

You could finally be in control of curating posts to share on social media – and it could take you just 10 minutes a day

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digital content summit

Cronycle does exactly that. Cronycle provides you with a customisable news feed which takes sources you trust and filters them using key words which you provide. Cronycle then has a dedicated annotation space we call a board, where you can pin relevant articles to discuss with your team (if you like) before shipping them out to a scheduling tool.

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How to create a workflow which is optimised for social media on Cronycle in eight easy steps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgTKXkLEdG8

  1. Start by signing up to Cronycle. You’ll be given the option to use a select list of Cronycle sources to start a ‘trusted library’. If you don’t already use a news aggregator or twitter to search for articles then this is the best option. If you already have a curated list of trusted sources which you search through then take the other option.
  2. Join your Twitter account to Cronycle to see all the articles the people you follow post through Cronycle
  3. Download the Content Clipper for Chrome or Safari. Whilst you’re browsing the niche sites which you check for interesting content, check to see if they have a relevant RSS source and add that to Cronycle.
  4. Add Google Alerts to Cronycle – so instead of searching Google News, go to Google Alerts. Type in the keywords you usually search in Google News and make sure you get the RSS feed. Add this to Cronycle. More info here.
  5. Hit ‘Create New Collection’ – type in a list of keywords which you would like to be present in the articles in order for them to be relevant for your social media channels. More on this here.
  6. Create a new board and entitle it ‘SocialMediaPosts’ or ‘TwitterPosts’ or ‘FacebookPosts’ – it’s up to you how you organise your Cronycle.
  7. Add articles to the relevant boards as they appear in your news feeds or using the Content Clipper on your browser or mobile device
  8. When you’ve established it’s a good article for social, then hit the three dots and click ‘share on social media’. You can either take the link to post on your scheduler, or post them right away.

And there’s a quick and easy way to curate content for social media.

Don’t just take our word for it…

curate content for social media

This is just one application of using Cronycle. We are also used to curate articles for blog posts, for internal knowledge, and some financial analysts use us to keep up to date with oil prices. But this is a great application for marketers and social media managers and a lot of people are having a huge amount of success with it.

The Cronycle Standard Account

We’ve mentioned a Standard Account. The Standard Account allows you to further personalised your news feeds by adding bespoke sources to your library. It’s incredible value for the amount of time you save. Check out our pricing here.

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Learn more from Cronycle:

Become an expert content creator

How to create unique research-based content 

How to build the perfect source library

How to Filter Feeds

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Filter Collections Cronycle

This is a guide to filtering newsfeeds in Cronycle. The algorithms that are used in feeds are entirely set up and controlled by you. There is no ‘master algorithm’ working behind the scenes which can hide content that you might want to see, or place sponsored content in front of you. This gives you a remarkable amount of freedom.

This has many benefits – you will not only see content from publishers which create headlines which inspire you to procrastinate, nor will you be drawn into an echo chamber.

However, you have the ability to control your feed, and only see the articles which suit you.

Basic Filters in Cronycle

The basic filters are simple. Type in key words or key phrases which must (or must not) appear in the headline or copy of the articles. Press enter after each key word or phrase. This filtering system comes up as standard. In the below example, the articles presented in this feeds will contain EITHER ‘oil price’ OR ‘barrel price’. However, if an article contains the phrase ‘barrel price’ AND ‘Shell’, this article will never appear in the feed.

cronycle basic filter on newsfeed

 

N.B. Naming a feed does not include that keyword as a filter

Advanced Filters in Cronycle

You have the opportunity to create advanced filters when you open the newsfeeds, then click on the setting cog on the top right. In the drop-down menu there will be advanced filter option.

Advanced filters allows you to use the ‘and’ function. This is would happen in instances where you want two key phrases in the article, however you don’t want those words to necessarily appear next to each other. Please see the below example:

advanced filter on newsfeed

 

Should I use all Twitter and RSS feeds?

When starting out, we recommend using all your sources in your feeds. As you get more comfortable with the filtering, you can think about whether you’d like to just use feeds direct from publishers, or articles which are posted on twitter.

How To Filter Feeds: Conclusions

If you would like some more information, or would like to discuss how you would like to filter news feeds please contact us.

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The Future of Reading

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Girl Reading

We were lucky enough to be mentioned on Future Foundations YouTube blog on ‘The Future of Reading’.

It has prompted us to think about what the future of reading will be.

Reading is simply a mechanism for processing information. @SeymourFuture believes that the future of reading will be driven by gadgets that enable us to read faster. But does ‘reading more’ necessarily mean you ‘acquire more knowledge’?

In order for reading to be valuable, you must be able to derive some actionable intelligence from the information

In order for reading to be valuable, you must be able to derive some actionable intelligence from the information – that is where information turns into knowledge and becomes incredibly powerful.

Why read more when you can read less, but make sure it’s always relevant content? That was one of the first questions the Cronycle founders raised when building the product. The idea developed to include collaboration, firstly because you can rely on your colleagues to notify you of articles which you should read, or are relevant for your business strategy and plan.

Secondarily, collaboration is important so your team can draw connections between different articles to find the groups opinion. You have to have the ability to add to the content by using comments to develop your ideas.

In business, it’s not the reading that matters, but what you can do with it. That’s why Cronycle is interested in ‘the future of knowledge‘ and not just the future of reading.

You can see Future Foundations video here:

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Cronycle is a Shoreditch tech start-up and we are looking for a content intern

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typewriter

Do you have…?

An inherent curiosity…

in knowledge – you should be interested in literally everything from the beauty economy to growth hacking, to media buying to enterprise risk to business strategy to Alzheimer’s to M&A… the list goes on

in discovering how things work – when you get your hands on an interesting platform you have the ability to stretch and push the platform to make it perform in incredibly creative ways

And are you naturally…

personable – chatty, friendly and good with language

assertive – happy to speak up when they have a good idea, and to raise concerns in the right environment

 

You’ll learn about marketing, editorial, customer experience and sales. We aim to give the following skills to our interns –

  • Principles of content marketing
  • E-mail marketing
  • Building a user community
  • Customer Service
  • B2B content production
  • Content management systems (CMS)
  • Search engine optimisation (SEO)
  • Editorial curation and publishing skills
  • Mining marketing analytics

Imagine being one of the first to curate the Instagram blog, or being responsible for managing the front page of Sky News. Cronycle is a brand new B2B platform and we are looking for people who are excited about curating our newsfeed and inspiring our users to push their Cronycle more.

60% of your day will be spent acquiring good B2B marketing skills listed above, and 40% will be spent curating the editorial of the platform.

Cronycle is committed to offering quality internships
  • We pay a fair wage – a London wage for a graduate who has invested in their education – the equivalent of 22k a year.
  • A fixed term – you will not be an intern for longer than 4 months – we will not let the you feel uncertain about your future prospects
  • Realistic expectations – we want to give you responsibility without pressure. We expect this to be a learning environment and not an uncomfortable one.

To apply – sign up to Cronycle by emailing us and use the tool to research and write a 500 word article on each of the following topic areas:

  1. How to curate content
  2. The future of growth hacking
  3. One other topic of your choosing

Create a WordPress site and upload your work. We would like to see a curated collection as well as the article. Please show evidence that you have researched the topic using the Cronycle tool.

Please send the link to the site with short introductory email to Alice.

We look forward to seeing your ideas!

What is Cronycle?

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London

What is Cronycle?

Cronycle marks a new era for content creators.

Cronycle marks a new era for you. Everyone is a content creator – everyone produces quality insight that is relevant for them and their teams. Everyone forms opinions using available evidence to satisfy their own curiosity.

The digital age marked a new world where information was freely publishable and freely available. Our world changed with the speed of communication; by our ability to collaborate and understand what is happening globally. The universe felt smaller, and barriers to entry felt lower. Opportunity permeated through the developed world.

With the advent of this new age, power lay in the hands of those who could access and filter through the web. Search engines and social sites rose and fell through the ranks of influence, with the most successful creating vast and huge empires.

Today, more and more information is available and access to the best analysis is harder and harder to do. Search engines and social networks use algorithms which leaves the user helpless and out of control. Workers share information using private messaging applications which are tricky to manage.

Cronycle marks a new era for accessible knowledge.

We believe in transparent choice. You should find what is relevant for you. You choose your sources. You control your feed.

We believe in collaboration. You should work with the people in your team and create intelligent analysis and aggregate understanding.

We believe in serendipity. You should stumble upon articles and information which lie outside your existing network. You should escape the echo-chamber and open your mind to new opinions.

What is Cronycle?

It puts meaning back into content.

It is for the content creators.

It turns information into knowledge.

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What is content?

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ContentThe meaning of the word content has changed a lot in the past 5 years. Previously when someone spoke about the word ‘content’ it seemed to be the meaning behind the platform. You probably heard the word ‘content’ used in the following contexts:

“There was no content to the article” – i.e. the article was full of waffle and didn’t really express any new idea in a coherent way

“The play lacked content”, “the painting lacked content” – saying something lacks content is like saying there is “style without substance”

Content used to be the information or the experience which is irrespective of the medium it was delivered on. Content was an extremely human entity because although a computer could interpret the language the content was delivered on, only a human would truly understand what the point to be made was.

However, that definition of the word seems to be changing. Content seems to simply mean ‘stuff’. An organisations content is simply all the ‘stuff’ that it has at it’s disposal to communicate it’s message. It is no longer a term which refers to the quality of a message, or the emotional connection you have to a medium, or whether it generates any sort of understanding.

Given the rise of content marketing, both of B2B content marketing and B2C content marketing, it seems that this new definition is going to stick. Marketers like to call their marketing ‘content’, irrespective if their content does lack content.

So when we at Cronycle refer to content, we’re referring to digital ‘stuff’ that is attempting to convey meaning. Articles, photographs, videos and audio all fall into this mix – and it is getting to the stage where finding exactly what you need is getting harder and harder.

However, we’re also assuming that as a user of Cronycle, you care about the best content. And you want to make sure the content you create is as insightful and informative as it possible can be. Which is why we hope when people talk about content created using Cronycle, it comes back to the original meaning of the word content – the information that is relevant and meaningful and your readers will thank you for saying it.

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How do I add my Google Alerts to Cronycle?

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Updated April 3rd, 2019

Cronycle lets you integrate the widest range of sources, including Google Alerts into feeds.

Feeds are used as a starting point for your information workflow. Other sources you can use to create feeds include RSS feeds, Twitter handles, newsletters, and our own automated Topics. (Note that you can also also add files on boards.)

This posts explains how to create a Google Alert and add it to Cronycle.

Step 1 – Create a Google Alert

First, in Google Alerts, create an alert for the subject you are interested in. You will see it in your list of alerts, such as Artificial Intelligence Ethics in this example:

You can use common syntax elements to shape these alerts, such as + to include content with several words, – to do exclusions, “or” to have several options, “quotes” for specific expressions, etc. Read more about more tricks to optimise your Alert here.

Step 2 – Generate an RSS link from your Google Alert

Click on the pen of the Google Alert you want to follow to show the settings. Select RSS feed in the last option to deliver the alert to.

Save to update the alert. Now, when you hide the options, you will see an RSS icon by the alert. Right click to copy the destination link – a fully working RSS feed URL.

Step 3 – Add the Google Alert in Cronycle

Now, you are ready to add this RSS link to Cronycle. In Feeds, click on Manage All Sources (bottom left).

Paste the link in the input field to add new sources: as soon as the alert is loaded, press on the + icon to save it to your source library. It appears in the list of sources, at the top.

Paste the Google Alert RSS URL in the Add new sources field and add

Next, you probably want to create a feed to see content flowing in from that Google Alert. You can select one or several sources, of different kinds if you want (Twitter handles, RSS, Google Alerts, Topics). Click on “Create Feed” to build your own custom feed.

Select the Google Alert(s) and any other source to group into a feed

You can also start adding keywords to further refine your feed. From there, you can pin interesting content to boards and continue the workflow all the way to publishing.

The resulting feed. A keywords adds more relevance.

Step 4 – Try a smart alternative: Cronycle Topics

While you can do the above to use your current set up, know that we have an alternative to Google Alerts, which we call Cronycle Topics. Our mission is to help you gain time by surfacing relevant content. You can search and preview Topics easily in the Discovery section in Cronycle, or from Add/Create Feeds.

We identify thought leaders, or influencers, per Topic. They are ranked in terms of influence within the community of the Topic, so we are confident they bring value to the discussion. We look at what these influencers share about the topic on Twitter to surface important and relevant content. You can read more about how this works on this post from Vishal, our CEO.

Explore Topics, here with the list of influencers

You can add one to five Topics per feed, and add keywords within Cronycle to you can get content at the intersection of some of our 50k Topics and another dimension.

Feed with 1 Topic (Artificial Intelligence) and ethics / ethical as keyword filters

You can also limit the influencers to take in consideration, by deactivating them individually, and/or by selecting a range.

In feed settings, filter by influencers

To try all this, create an account for free, which gives you all the power of a pro account for 28 days. No credit card required!