Here's a post from bloggingwizard.com giving a key tip of having a 'swipe file', where you collect all of the useful snippets of articles that you can later blog about.
It's interesting and useful, but if you are using Passle, you are already way ahead. You are using your 'swiped' content to actually get to work rather than having it sit in a folder somewhere.
If something is getting favourited, reposted and shared, why not use that as inspiration to build out a bigger blog post? (And passle that too, naturally).
Keep it real, people. Don't hide your swipes in a folder.
Do you find yourself sometimes reading blog posts or perusing on Twitter when something catches your eye? It could be a headline or an image or just a phrase in a blog post. It’s a good idea to keep these nuggets of content in a digital swipe file. A swipe file is a collection of headlines, blog posts, opt-ins – nearly anything you see online that catches your eye. You can store a swipe file in many different ways: Desktop folder Gmail folder Google Drive folder Pinterest board Trello Evernote While copywriters use swipe files to catalog effective copy, you can use it to store headlines that grab your attention, take screen shots of a compelling opt-in or just a web page layout you like.