There world of social media and networking is very VERY crowded. How do you keep up with the “who’s who” and find relevant information in the ever-expanding blogosphere? Another key challenge is aggregating all the information you have in your feed readers, and lifestream accounts. Being able to put all that data in one, centralized location and do some ranking and sorting is what the user community wants.

Now think how we bloggers and content providers feel. As we attempt to generate meaningful relevant content everyday for you our audiences, wading through sea of information can be daunting to say the least.

Enter Skribit.

A slick new environment from the minds of Paul Stamatiou and a top-notch crew of developers that puts like-minded people on the same page. Skribit helps writers collaborate together, find topic ideas, give and accept suggestions and, as they say on their website “…Cure Writers Block”

  • Follow your favorite bloggers and see their recent activity
  • Sort suggestions by status, hotness and more
  • Merge similar suggestions
  • Ignore suggestions by user and IP address
  • Reduce clutter with comment and suggestion spam protection
  • Customize URLs
  • Easily share suggestions through social media

I’m also loving the widget we can put in the sidebar of our blogs to get instant feedback from readers.

I’ve had an account for awhile,  now that the app is out of beta and officially launched, expect to see a follow-up post from me after I fully integrate more of this new functionality.