Screen Shot 2014-01-02 at 2.03.45 PMEver thought how useful it would be to collect all your brand’s content in one place?

With TwineSocial, you can.

Originally created by Aaron Fessler as an in-house curation tool for his car-driving experience company, the platform works by pulling content from social media — using @usernames, hashtags, location data and more. Or less, if you’d prefer to narrow it down.

By pasting two lines of code onto your website, you can curate content from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and Vine, and display it on your website or blog in real-time.

And this is great news if you want to show potential customers the conversations taking place around your brand.

This content is organic, so it doesn’t require any work on your part — why ask around for testimonials when people are giving away praise on Twitter for free? These conversations are already going on, so you may as well make use of them.

And Twine is easy to set up, too. The platform is totally user-friendly regardless of how computer-literate you are, but the template is customizable with CSS or Adobe Typekit for the more experienced.

Of course, the content itself is all down to you and your fans. And you have complete control over what shows up, as well.

Filtering is customizable, so you can cut out what you don’t want. And you don’t need to worry about your hashtags getting hijacked, either — you can vet content before it goes live on your website, so you’ll avoid wasting time on damage-control later on.

You can see TwineSocial in action at creator Aaron Fessler’s company website, World Class Driving.

What will this cost? There are four plans, ranging from free to $499 per month. Interested? Click here to sign in with Twitter or Facebook for a live demo!