Communicating through Scope saves time and money. Each of our packages contains the Scope modules Discover, Curate, Create and Publish. This allows you, to find and curate relevant content for your readers, send it as a newsletter and share it on your social media channels.
* further services can be booked as add-ons
The term "curation" was originally used predominantly in the art scene, where it referred to the targeted selection and compilation of art works for an exhibition. For some years now, it has also been used to refer to an editorial selection processes: the bundling of articles in the form of an annotated collection of links. Today, curation is becoming more and more important because of the increasing difficulty involved in retaining an overview over the current news landscape due to the myriad of channels content is distributed through such as blogs, social media and corporate publishing, to name but a few. Experts can provide quality control and clarity through their curations in order to combat fake news, for example.
Scope ensures that you always have enough appealing content for your channels and helps you communicate with your target audiences while saving time and resources. Our software integrates seamlessly into your existing system landscape and helps you find the best stories with which to engage your target groups. You can then distribute this content via existing channels while adhering your CI/CD (white labeling).
Scope searches the web for news articles using four search engines (Bing, Google, Webhose and NewsAPI). In addition, we can integrate any publicly available RSS feed and search public social media posts using the aggregator Newslit. Furthermore, users have the possibility to add articles to the software via social bookmarking with tools like Pocket or Pinboard. Last but not least, we "parse" other newsletters, i.e. integrate the external links in them into the software. We can also connect your own CMS or media monitoring tool.
All of them. Or at least almost all of them. The only requirement is that the desired platform – for example, an email tool, CMS or CRM – has a corresponding interface (API) that can receive content. Alternatively, you can send emails directly from our software. It is also standard for our software to push content to the most important social media channels.
No, you don't violate copyright law by using Scope. Our software takes the articles' title and image from the original source, but always provides a link to the origin. In addition, the curator makes their own contribution to the content by compiling a selection of links and providing their own article commentary. The use of the title and images is protected by the "right of citation" in Swiss Copyright Law, Art. 25. It states:
Scope cannot see "behind" paywalls. We also respect other forms of content blocking such as registration requirements. However, if curators have access to articles and would like to curate them, they can of course do so. If the recipients of the news feed do not have the same access, longer comments can be used to summarize the article. It is also possible to add a note stating that the article is subject to a fee or registration.
We’re always here to help, particularly at the start. For example, we’ll work with you to put together the right search terms. And naturally we’ll help you set up the push to your channels. The corresponding prices per license can be found in the price list.
You pay annually for one year in advance. We will send you an invoice.
You can also pay for the team license monthly or once a year by credit card.