Dave LeeUS Technology Reporter, BBC News

Best tool for creating a portfolio of all my journalism as it appears across multiple outlets?

My work at the BBC appears on TV, radio, web, social... it's a mess. To share TV I use YouTube; for radio it's audioboom; my blog is at bbc.com/davelee; and social is of course all over the place. I'd love a service that allowed me to collate all of that coverage in one place as a chronological stream. Does that exist?
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    Contently

    The ultimate market for content

    Henk HolveckSupreme leader of Haus of Holveck · Written
    I collect my own writing and photography on here, and it's a great place to reference back to any material I have ever posted. It's very simple too, wherever the publication, or video etc. is at you just copy and paste the link and it creates a beautiful UI index of all your work.
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    Strikingly

    Simple Mobile Optimized Landing Page

    Jonathan JamesAlways Reaching. · Written
    @strikingly + @embedly may be a more cost-effective and easier to manage solution: Strikingly gives you a great portfolio site that's extremely easy to adjust to your needs without need for any coding/design knowledge. Embedly offers 400+ content types that you can embed into your website (portfolio), see them at http://embed.ly/providers , Embedly does come at a cost of $9/mo , but considering the ability to easily just pass your content into your Strikingly page and click save and be done - it's a quick and simple routine. In addition to this, if you want to spend a little time setting up an automated solution(?), you could start consuming your content each time it's added to a host by connecting the Embedly API for $99/month; It comes with 4 API's, one of which allows you to instantly consume your content (EXTRACT) .. and with Strikingly's custom HTML feature you could easily setup your portfolio page to just pass this auto-extracted content to your page, this however would require a little extra work if you want the date to be passed and displayed along with the content to create a bold chronological view within your page.. As far as the chronological view goes, Strikingly may have a solution for this(?)... If this is a deal-breaker for you then you could try my other recommendation..
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    Embedly

    Responsive shareable cards for any content on the web.

    Jonathan JamesAlways Reaching. · Written
    @strikingly + @embedly may be a more cost-effective and easier to manage solution: Strikingly gives you a great portfolio site that's extremely easy to adjust to your needs without need for any coding/design knowledge. Embedly offers 400+ content types that you can embed into your website (portfolio), see them at http://embed.ly/providers , Embedly does come at a cost of $9/mo , but considering the ability to easily just pass your content into your Strikingly page and click save and be done - it's a quick and simple routine. In addition to this, if you want to spend a little time setting up an automated solution(?), you could start consuming your content each time it's added to a host by connecting the Embedly API for $99/month; It comes with 4 API's, one of which allows you to instantly consume your content (EXTRACT) .. and with Strikingly's custom HTML feature you could easily setup your portfolio page to just pass this auto-extracted content to your page, this however would require a little extra work if you want the date to be passed and displayed along with the content to create a bold chronological view within your page.. As far as the chronological view goes, Strikingly may have a solution for this(?)... If this is a deal-breaker for you then you could try my other recommendation..
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  4. Jonathan JamesAlways Reaching. · Written
    @postachio [ https://postach.io/site ] generates posts from your @Evernote notes. One of their themes is a timeline, and each time you tag an Evernote note in the connected Evernote Notebook with " published " it will automagically be added to your Timeline page. I suggest paying the $5/month to gain access to the source code, and once doing so you can further beautify your portfolio using CSS. This solution would require you to simply use the Evernote Web Clipper to Clip your entire Web-Content-Piece and send it to the Evernote Notebook connected to Postach.io, and then add the " published " tag. So this solution doesn't provide an automated solution, however, within less than 1 minute you can Clip your Content-Piece and then open the Evernote app and add the " published " tag and you're done. Not bad... And also consider how you can annotate the mess out of your Clipped Content within Evernote before publishing if you so choose.
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    Publicate 2.0

    Create powerful newsletters & weekly web roundups

    I created several versions of my portfolio using this app. I can share a link or copy the html to distribute.
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