We built our new feature, Shared Collections, with the idea that content becomes even more powerful when you are able to share it with others. The popular saying about teaching a man to fish is true: When you show your work newsfeed to others, you empower others to grow as well.
We’ve seen so many inspiring Shared Collections over the past few weeks, and we wanted to highlight some of our favorites. Gain an expert perspective by following what these professionals consume regularly.
(Have your own expertise? Make your own Shared Collection with a feedly Pro account and post the URL in the comments. We’ll choose one to win feedly Pro for life.)
01. Become a better TV Writer
Dane Anderson, a TV writer in Los Angeles, uses his feedly to keep up on entertainment industry trades and other film and television news sources. He curates a couple of collections at the bottom of his feed to research projects he’s working on. Check out Dane Shared Collections on TV + Movies, Crime + Forensics, and Security Science Shared Collections (Can you tell what he must be writing?).
02. Become a better creative influencer
Santa Monica creative director Lee Schneider of Red Cup Agency uses his feedly to stay on top of design topics and follow specific news beats. Check out his collection on influence to see resources on how to spread ideas.
03. Become an expert on the latest in education technology
Ted Curran is an Oakland-based instructional technologist at Pearson Education’s Emerging Models division. His goal is to empower students and teachers to improving teaching through technology. Check out his Shared Collection to read the very latest in edtech.
03. Become versed in brand identity
Graham Smith is a designer in East Sussex, England, who focuses on logo and brand identity. He caters to a large crowd of 46.1k followers on his Twitter. If you follow him and are thirsty for more, get deep into the nuances of typography and follow Graham’s Shared Collection for a curated list of great resources.
05. Become informed about marine biology
About 71 percent of the world is water, and you can plunge into the deep blue with Madrid-based marine biologist Gipsy Jules’s collections on Climate Environment, Green Tech, and Science.
06. Become a better salesperson
Interested in improving your sales skill set? DocSend is a company that helps sales teams understand what happens after they hit send. But sales is not only about the tools, but the way you use them. The company has curated a list of great resources to help people get better at sales.
We hope you enjoy these Shared Collections! If there are other Shared Collections you love, please leave them in the comments—or add your own for a chance to win feedly Pro for life.