Pocket (Formerly Read It Later List) Review [VIDEO] - Savvy Sexy Social with Amy Schmittauer | YouTube Marketing and Personal Branding
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Pocket (Formerly Read It Later List) Review [VIDEO]

My app review is also sort of a productivity tip because today we’re talking about how you can take advantage of Read It Later. A great app and website for selecting content that you want to read when you actually have the time to check it out. There’s even a Chrome extension to make the saving process super fast and easy! I definitely recommend phone and tablet apps so that when you do actually read the articles, you are not distracted by the many things going on on your Mac or PC.

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Amy Schmittauer is the Founder & Face of Savvy Sexy Social, an online show helping rising stars and think-big brands embrace their amazing personality and share it with the world. Amy writes, hosts and produces the show, which airs 3 days a week and has an archive of more than 500 episodes. Impacting businesses in almost every country in the World, these advocates have helped Savvy Sexy Social amass more than 2 million YouTube views, giving her a portfolio of work on the platform totaling over 10 million views. Amy’s strategies have led to her career as an internationally-acclaimed public speaker, voted #1 Best Speaker at Social Media Day San Diego in 2015 and with high marks at events such as Tropical Think Tank, Hubspot’s Inbound and Social Media Marketing World. Connect with her on Twitter.
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4 comments
afallucco
afallucco

@schmittastic check out wunderlist, same as read it later with syncing but for your todo list

Schmittastic
Schmittastic

@afallucco I do like Wunderlist. I just wish there were a couple things different about it otherwise I'd be addicted. h