15 lesser-known social media tools from 2012

You may have missed these useful platforms as you were doing all of that pinning and Instagramming this year.

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Personal social media aggregators

Content unification is shaping up as one of 2013’s big trends. In other words, people want all of their social activity housed in one place online.

The tools that do this the best include:

1. Rebelmouse.com – The social media “front page.”

2. Glos.si – An automated organization of your social media life.

3. Memolane.com – A chronological look at your social media activity.

Interest-based social media aggregators

Platforms that aggregate content around a subject give users immediate access to the content they are most passionate about. The new tools in this area include:

4. Sulia.com – A clever subject-based social network that connects users with the top “social sources.”

5. CircleMe.com – A platform that encourages users to follow the things they love while discovering new passions.

6. Storylane.com – A site in which users follow specific topics (as well as people).

Expect to see more tools such as these surface in 2013.

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