Answer by Ian Lurie:
I’d say it’s a mixed bag.
It has tons of authority - domain authority of 76/100 according to OpenSiteExplorer.
But, it has millions of what Google and Bing will consider ‘thin’ pages - pages with very little unique content, if any.
And, a lot of the links on the site are nofollowed. That doesn’t preclude value, but it means they’re less likely to do much.
So it all depends on how you leverage those 977 followers. If you can reach out to them and get them to talk about you in other networks, then Scoop.it is great, even if the site itself is zero help. If not, then you’re 100% dependent on the site itself to carry authority to your own site. That’s not likely to do much for you.
Answer by Kah Keng Tay:
Valid characters to use in the blog url are alphanumeric characters (a-z and 0-9), underscores (_) and hyphens (-). However, the subdomain must begin and end with an alphanumeric character, and must be between 4 and 63 characters long.
Answer by Kristian Serrano:
Feedly doesn’t offer public folders with the ability to publish an aggregated feed of subscribed feeds and add individual items from other feeds to that public feed by tagging those items accordingly.