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Why Startups Should Have At Least One Paper.li

Why Startups Should Have At Least One Paper.li | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Marty's Paper.li Story
About a week after starting as Atlantic BT's, largest web dev shop in Triangle area of NC, new Marketing Director my boss & founder / CEO Jon Jordan asked me, "What's this Paper.li" thing.

Jon's displeasure was obvious. I explained how Paper.li is a "get more, do less" content curation tool. Jon said, "It doesn't look like us," and I had to agree. My question back to Jon was, "Is 'looking like us' important," and you can guess is initial response.

To his credit, Jon asked me to do an analysis before shooting the limping horse. I also related our previous conversation about the "creation of a commons". On my second day as Marketing Director for ABT Jon and Mark Foulkrod, then COO, confessed a concern.

"We think you will steal from us," Mark said straight out (that is the way Mark is). The comment surprised me so I asked the right question. "Why are you worried and what do you think I will 'steal","I asked.

Jon shared the story of a previous employee who "blogged for himself on our dime". I never met the person, but I explained ABT had little or nothing I could "steal".

It was my turn to shock them. I shared how, at that time, ABT's Klout score was 19 while mine was 45. Together, I went on to explain, we were stronger than either apart. We would create a commons mingling my content, ABT's and curating in other content from gurus, thought leaders and ABT customers to create a "rising tide" sure to lift their online reputation boat and mine.

"You will gain more if only due to our starting points," I shared. At the end of my tenure (December 2013) ABT's Klout score was 50, a 233% increase. Mine was 65, a 44% bump.

Paper.li and Scoop.it were MAJOR contributors to the rising tide of ABT's commons. Scoop.it helped test content marketing ideas and Paper.li creates more community faster for LESS work than any tool I know or use (and I use a passel of 'em). The brilliance behind Paper.li, that they present an algorithm filter of content you've already shared and or mashup, makes it the GREATEST and must under utilized (and just about the cheapest) content curation tool.

Startups are so WIDGET FOCUSED they don't think about the day they want to share their widget with the world. Paper.li is guaranteed to make "sharing day" easier and for the cost of...well just about NOTHING a startup receives a powerful ally. If you are a starutp or Internet marketer and DON'T use my friends in Switzerland's coolest tool since sliced bed you are nuts.

Oh, btw, when I shared data showing Paper.li was the most powerful community generation tool we had Jon and Mark didn't care if it "looked like us" or not (lol).



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Marty, you're awesome! If only we had had custom CSS and branding options back then... we could have branded a paper to fit their look and feel. LOL. You continue to be one of our greatest champions of not only Paper.li, but how Paper.li and Scoop.it can work together in a marketing strategy to build presence, community and get some work done. Thank you for that. In fact, I think a post is in order. You always inspire Marty, thank you!
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Why Paperli Rocks ScentTrail Marketing

Why Paperli Rocks ScentTrail Marketing | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
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Following up on a curation service "Either/OR" conversation that took place on G+ a couple of weeks, Marty Smith (markter, curator and Paper.li publisher) authored this post about why he loves Paper.li and where the value lies. 

 

Both Marty and I are firm believers that services such as Paper.li, Scoop.it, Storify ( and the list goes on) compliment each other nicely, however if there is only time for one in your busy day, then your requirements and marketing goals will ultimately decide which is most useful for you. 

 

Thanks Marty! YOU ROCK!

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Market Your Expertise with Paper.li

Market Your Expertise with Paper.li | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
Blogging is a great way to establish and market yourself as an expert. However, there is only so much you can write on a topic in a time period. This is where content curation comes into play. Besi...
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Blogging is a great way to establish and market yourself as an expert. And so is curating content. 


Publisher Dan Galante explains the benefits of smart aggregation and curation to his communiy and share how Paper.li helps to support his Sales & Marketing activities. 

 

Thanks Dan for the write-up and sharing your insight. 

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Four Types of Visual Content That Cut Through the Noise

Four Types of Visual Content That Cut Through the Noise | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
In an increasingly noisy digital world, marketers can stand out by producing visual content that engages communities. Here's a quick look at the different types of visual content.
Kelly Hungerford's insight:

"Our customers are hungry for good content. They expect it to be presented in a snackable and quickly-consumable format. So how should marketers engage their communities through the use of visuals?"

 

This is a great post by Ekaterina Walter (@ekaterina) on the power of visual images not only to build communities but to cut through social noise and clutter. 

 

P.S. Ektaterina has one of the most successful Social Media papers on the newsstand. Well worth checking out. 

 

Hot tip! Ektaterina's new book, Think Like Zuck is outstanding and available for pre-order.  I had the pleasure of receiving an early manuscript and highly recommend you add it to your 2013 must reads. It's not a FB only book. She explores entrepreneurship and its success factors. Fascinating read. 

 

 

 

 

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Social curation is much more than just a market

Social curation is much more than just a market | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

We're all Hyper-Librarians, and it was planned that way. 

 

Is curation a legitimate trend, a new market to be exploited, a buzzword or just an innate behavior enabled by new technologies and a slew of services?

 

Take the time to read the last two links Patrice Lamothe's, The Web's Third Frontier and the other to the WorldWideWeb: Proposal for a HyperText Project. 

 

Patrice states in his article that curation is a natural evolution of the Proposal for a HyperText Project. The overall objectives being:

 

1- Allow anyone to access any type of document

2- Allow everyone to disseminate their own documents

3- Allow everyone to organize the entire collection of documents

 

Where as Web 1.0 and 2.0 are covered in the first two points, we are now entering the 3rd frontier - curation. 

 

Great reads. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Content Curators Are The New Superheros Of The Web | Fast Company - New Images of Education

Content Curators Are The New Superheros Of The Web | Fast Company - New Images of Education | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Yesterday, the ever-churning machine that is the Internet pumped out more unfiltered digital data.

Yesterday, 250 million photos were uploaded to Facebook, 864,000 hours of video were uploaded to YouTube, and 294 BILLION emails were sent... 

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There’s a Publisher in All of Us | The People Behind the Paper.lis

There’s a Publisher in All of Us | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Great and motivating article for anyone who thinks they don't "have what it takes" to curate.... We've all got a story to tell -- and now we have the means to make sharing easy.

 

Liz says:

 

"Every one of us has our own story to tell. The more I browse curators’ and publishers’ content — not just on Paper.li, but everywhere someone takes the trouble to collate it – the more I see there’s a publisher in all of us. Who hasn’t got a story to tell? Who hasn’t got a passion for something? Who hasn’t got a cause to espouse?"

 

 

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Can Content Curators Help With Content Overwhelm?

Can Content Curators Help With Content Overwhelm? | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

I have rescooped this article from Jan Gordon's topic, Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond. Links are below. 

 

Jan's thoughtful summary and introduction to "meaning overwhelm" led to wonderful input by Beth Kantor and how she navigates her day so that she can focus, and not succumb to overload.

 

Well worth the read and be sure to follow Beth's comments. Great information. 

 

-Kelly

 

 

 

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This piece was written by Evren Kiefer for Paper.li talking about a challenge we all face - information overload and how we streamline our diet. Or can we?

 

"Content doesn't have a season -- the feast is all year round" Overload or gluttony?

 

Here's what caught my attention:

 

“Information overload”, I hear you say, “we know that already”. Is it really the problem, though?

 

**As Clay Shirky argues in his talk “It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure”, information overload is our new environment of plenty and not a problem that needs solving.

 

****It lies upon us to create internal and external filters to manage our time and attention because they are our most precious resources.

 

My commentary: I think this is most important for all of us, continually refining our ability to select only what we need and leave the rest. Today everyone is a publisher and everyone has an opinion. Aren't we suffering from meaning overwhelm as well?

 

I think it's essential to establish some criteria when you select content?

 

**What are you  looking to add to the original piece?

 

**Do you want to  create  clarity for others?

 

**Do you know the subject matter well enough to do this effectively?

 

**Do you want it to be thought-provoking?

 

**Do you want to add additional links and other resources who may have different points of view?.

 

As far as meaning overwhelm,

 

Everyone has an opinion, I think it's good to have a viewpoint but I think it's important to search for the simple thread in it that relates to your core message. 

 

It's also good to include others in the conversation because two heads are better than one, it helps people see the bigger picture and decide for themselves. That's why I'm asking you:

 

What are your thoughts? How are you dealing with this? I'd love to hear your comments.

 

Selected by Howard Rhinegold and  Curated by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond

 

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Beth Kanter's comment, January 21, 2012 1:20 PM
BTW, I like how you frame the "meaning overwhelm." Even if we are power users of aggregation tools and newsmastering tools to bring us more on target content for our needs - we can still suffer from this.

It is the act of going back and forth between scanning quickly - and then going in for a deep dive and reflection. I watch the stream. I check things out and if I find something that is like "wow" - my audience would love this - or "wow" slightly different take or framing on the topic - then I add in my collection,think about it, and share.

The thing I'm trying to fight - in part because I curate many different topics. I tend to focus on different streams of keywords or sources for particular topics. But I might find something through serendipity that is on another topic I curate and it is good, but I'm not focusing on that topic now. So, sometimes I grab and have in a holding place until I look at it in more depth.

All this to ask you about:
What is your practice for curating multiple topics?
What do YOU do to avoid meaning overload?
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Beth Kanter

For me, it all begins with managing my attention and establishing criteria for selecting content that aligns with my brand message and my purpose for being online. This is my compass. My focus for the day that fits this framework and everything flows from there. I love Howard Rhinegold’s work and the mindmap is brilliant. I’m finding these to be excellent resources in helping me to refine this process and I feel I'm definitely on the right track.


I have some quiet time before I ever go to the computer and focus on my agenda for the day. It’s like going into a library. Everything you could ever want is there but if you don’t have a hypothesis, you can drown in the sea of knowledge and information.

I cover lots of topics but there’s a recurring theme that connects them and it revolves around the evolving world of curation and the many forms it takes; how we have to learn to curate our selection not only of content and information but activity such as social networking as well. It's learning to manage my time and evaluate how I spend it. I ask myself if I do this, will it take me towards or away from my overall plan, the answer always gets me back to where I need to be.

As you know, we can schedule priorities and life comes charging in and sometimes I have to shift to do something that needs to be taken care of. Even if this happens, I can get back to my theme for the day at some point. I don't hold the reigns too tightly on this, it's just there to keep me grounded. If I find something as you say serendipitously and it’s off my daily plan, if it’s really a "wow", (again, here I've established some criteria for this, otherwise, I'd find many wows throughout the day), I stop and pay attention to it to see if it’s something I should work on. For me, there’s a certain rhythm to all of this and intuition plays a part. It takes practice and trusting yourself and not over-thinking things.

As for meaning overload, there are two things I will do If a piece is particularly heady or difficult to read, I will search for the simple thread that relates to the message I am seeking to put out to my audience. The other aspect is more simple. If I feel that my head is just too full, I have to step away for a few minutes, take a few deep breaths, maybe grab a drink of water. Sometimes meaning overload is just brain overload, and I really need to know when to step away and find my way back.
Kelly Hungerford's comment, January 22, 2012 5:16 AM
Thanks for sharing, Howard.
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Content Curation, How Can You Use it For Your Business? | LIME Marketing Blog

Content Curation, How Can You Use it For Your Business? | LIME Marketing Blog | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Trending: Content Curation, How Can You Use it For Your Business?

 

A great post from the Lime Marketing blog for anyone new to content curation and wondering about the what, how and why. 

 

In this post Jen provides a concise and helpful overview of: 

 

1. What content curation is

2. Why it is needed

3. How businesses benefit

4. Tools and services

5. Concrete ideas on how the tools can be used

 

This is a quick read and a great post to share with co-workers or friends. Although the focus here is on the business, the information is useful for everyone. 

 

Usefulness: very!

 

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Ileane Smith: Blogging and Building Virtual Communities | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Ileane Smith: Blogging and Building Virtual Communities | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

An interview with Publisher Ileane Smith from BasicBlogTips talking about community building and increasing your following via Paper.li.

 

***Ileane initially created her Paper.lis to give bloggers the recognition she felt they were missing out on. Now she is finding that her papers not only promote and connect people, but also act as the heart of virtual communities.

 

 

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-Paper.li brings people

- it recognizes those that we all seem to think are influential, but weren’t getting the recognition they deserved.

-It’s a great model for how a community can begin, although, of course, it might not work in every case. -To build a community there needs to be a shared passion, and people. BSMH has both, and Paper.li has been at the heart of bringing us together.

 

Ileane also share her top 10 blogging tips: 

1. Read and comment on other blogs.
2. Learn as much as you can about your topic.
3. Start establishing relationships with other bloggers.
4. Join forums and social networks to help you establish those relationships.
5. Use Google Analytics to track and analyse your blog traffic.
6. Ask your readers what type of content they like getting from you best.
7. Always bring your unique point of view to a given topic.
8. Promote your content via a Paper.li and on other social media.
9. Don’t stress yourself out over page rank or keywords — remember you just started blogging.
10. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

 

And tip n° 11: never use profanities!

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Curators’ Choice: Seeing the World Differently | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Curators’ Choice: Seeing the World Differently | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

When we were offered the opportunity to interview curators behind  one of the most impressive cultural digital festivals world-wide, the CulturaDigital.br International Festival, we jumped on the invite!  The CulturaDigital.br brings together thought leaders, activists, artists and politicians worldwide to discuss the future of digital sharing.  

 

Paper.li staff writer, Liz Wilson, had the pleasure of interviewing four of the curators who were responsible for the selection of projects that would set the stage and uncovers their motivations and thoughts on the future of digital. 

 

 

 

 

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Gerrit Visser: Use Smart Knowledge Networks to Be a Curator | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Gerrit Visser: Use Smart Knowledge Networks to Be a Curator | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Fantastic interview with digital curator Gerrit Visser that sparked an interesting debate.  A worth-while read. 

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10 Compelling Reasons to Brand Yourself Today by Curating Other People’s Content | The People Behind the Paper.lis

10 Compelling Reasons to Brand Yourself Today by Curating Other People’s Content | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

There are two main reasons why personal branding is becoming a core part of our culture. Sadly, it’s nothing revolutionary! First, we are all being judged all the time, even when we’re sleeping.....

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Marketing Tip of The Week: Learn to Use Twitter Lists

Marketing Tip of The Week: Learn to Use Twitter Lists | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
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Although Twitter has already been around eight years, how many people do you know who really leverage lists?

 

Lists are a great way to narrow in the content you want to see for targeting leads, keeping a pulse on topics and as Donna mentions, curating a paper.

 

One more way  that isn't mentioned here that I like using lists is with List.ly. If you sync your lists with the List.ly each time you update a list anyone who had embedded your list will have the benefit of the most up to date members on your list.

 

This is a feature that not a lot of people know about yet on List.ly and it's a great one!

 

 

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Drive Traffic Using Content Curation Tools

Drive Traffic Using Content Curation Tools | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
Those of us with websites are always thinking of ways to drive traffic there. We want to share information. We put a lot of effort into keeping our sites current, so that we can share it with other...
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Be More Visible hits the nail on the head with a trilogy of tools that work fantastically well together to increase visibility and drive traffic; Storify, Scoop.it and Paper.li

 

 

Paper.li: use it as a monitoring tool and automatically generate relevant news on any topic or use it to support your content marketing strategy. It's an efficient tool and time saver - let it do the heavy "content" lifting for you - you take it from there. 


Scoop.it:  Scoop.it's great at extending your web presence and establishing thought leadership on a topic.


Storify: quickly turn content into stories. I like using it to gathter quoatables on Twitter. 


The three are great stand-alone tools, but they also compliment each really well. Here's are two examples of how I use the tools together. 


Paper.li - Scoop.it: 


I use my Paper.li as a MONITORING tool, and then SCOOP articles and content of interest into my Mag on Scoop.it.


This "All Things Paper.li" is an example. Instead of checking Google news, alerts, RSS, daily, I go to my Paper.li paper and check what's new then decide from there where the content goes: a tweet, an editorial calender for blog posts, my Scoop.it...   It saves me time from scouring the web. 


It's quick, easy and efficient way to stay on top of news. 


Paper.li- Storify: 


I use Paper.li very often to creating Event Papers. I love using the service to build awareness moving up to an event, covering what's happening during the event and then posting the "best of" after the event.


During the event I always create a Storify to capture what's happening and share that during and after.


I love Storify for captuing what I call "quoatables" - tweets that can be used to give context about the event, highlight great speakers and convey the emotion and energy of the event. I also make Storify's for ÎweetChats. They are great for sparking ideas for blogposts! 

 

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Look What's New! Curated Email Newsletters

Look What's New! Curated Email Newsletters | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
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Back in November we launched what I think is one of the best features Paper.li has going: the curated email newsletter. Here's why:

 

The curated email newsletter extracts the entire front page of your paper and distributes it to the inbox of subscribers with every new edition. This is great for publishers who take the time to fine-tune their content, ensuring that articles, images and videos are on topic, but even BETTER for subscribers to that email. 

 

The curated email is like a recieving a visual RSS , daily. 

 

For publishers we've added the ability to export the html code so you can use it with your 3rd party email client. Additionally, we've just added a csv file upload so you can import up to 10k contacts to invite to your paper. 

 

Publishers that are using this feature and receiving raving reviews from their subscribers for providing top quality, topic specific content on a daily basis. 

 

Talk about service! 

 

The curated email newsletter is a Pro service. 

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8 Best Paper.Li for Teachers Always Prepped Blog

I always love finding curated posts on paper.li and especially when they list educational papers. We have so many publishers curating for in the classroom, amongst peers and for departments. 

 

This is a list of 8 Paper.lis for teachers. If you know of a paper that's being used for education conact @alwaysprepped and let them know!

 

 

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Report and Curate With the Same Passion | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Report and Curate With the Same Passion | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

This is a follow up post to Empower Writers, Do Better. In EWDB, Evren writes about editorial angel online magazines such as Gawker and Salon. com are now developing. 

 

In this post Evren explores the relationship between journalism and curation,  their dependencies and synergies. 

 

 

 

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Liz's Lessons: Online Newspaper and Magazine Generators

Liz's Lessons: Online Newspaper and Magazine Generators | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

For educators, by an educator, if you are looking for services to help create newpapers/ newsletters for the classroom or for educational purposes, Liz has put together this list. 

 

 

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The Benefits of a Fine-Tuned Paper.li

The Benefits of a Fine-Tuned Paper.li | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

What do Hollywood, curated content and the 2012 Shorty Awards have in common? Paper.li publisher Natasha Younge!

 

Natasha is a social media enthusiast and her Paper.li The Younge Hollywood Blast Daily is nominated for Best Magazine in the News and Media Category? 

 

What's Natashas's secret for a great Paper.li ? 

- she knows her audience well, and knows her topic well

- she carefully chooses content sources and news spotters

-she speaks to her audience through her editor's note, adding context and a personal touch

-her customized background adds flair

 

I wish Natasha a lot of luck and will be voting daily - join me!!

 

 

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There Goes Everybody | The People Behind the Paper.lis

There Goes Everybody | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

A nice, thought provoking post by Frank Paynter.  

 

"The web is a workshop and a recreation space, a study hall, a studio, or a conference room, a classroom and a library and a whole lot more. Whatever use you want to make of the media it moves, whatever your interest in the information it contains, however you want to communicate with the others who use it, there are tool sets evolving that will truly separate the people of the 21st century from their neolithic stone adze using forebears. An age of networked knowledge is upon us, bringing with it the tools to conquer the mountain."

 

You can read more of Frank's work on the Paper.li Community blog as well as at www.listics.com

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Let Readers Discover Your Publication’s Personality | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Let Readers Discover Your Publication’s Personality | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

A refreshing article that celebrates the diversity and discovery that content curation can bring -- and why we should treat ourselves, and our readers, to the intermittent reward of "suprise" content in our work. 

 

Key messages

- Sharpness in publication is overrated

- Diversity is necessary

- Gradual discovery is a delight

 

Evren is a Paper.li publisher and a regular contributor to the Paper.li community blog.

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Create Your Own Newspaper Online with the New and Improved Paper.li

Create Your Own Newspaper Online with the New and Improved Paper.li | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

If you have not yet heard about it, Paper.li has recently graduated to become a true Real-Time News and Content Curation Tool.

With the new Paper.li you can now turn any Twitter, Facebook and RSS feed into sources for your own online newspaper, with the added power of including manually any content or resource you may deem relevant.

 

Key new features: 


1) Improved Curation

Paper.li has increased the number of content streams, introduced new sources such as Google+ and RSS feeds and improved filtering to aid you in publishing your topic specific papers.
 

2) “Publish it” Bookmarklet
Paper.li has finally released a bookmarklet to add any content you run into inside your newspaper. This is an essential tool in a web publisher or a curator toolkit. In addition, any story or resource grabbed via the bookmarklet is stored automatically for future use.

 

3) Mobile Readers
Paper.li has also launched a native Paper.li iPhone app and introduced a web optimized mobile browser for iPhone andAndroid devices.

 

Paper.li is a fully free service.


Build your own newspaper online: http://paper.li/  

 

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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, December 3, 2011 6:30 PM
Originally from the amazing Robin Good and enhanced by the magical pearl Shirley and thanks to Mike for spinning it further.
Tom George's comment, December 3, 2011 6:42 PM
Hey Mike.
How goes the battle? Did you have a nice Thanksgiving.
janlgordon's comment, December 4, 2011 2:43 PM
@Robin Good

Hi Robin,

I thought you meant the link from my other post didn't work, I just realized you were talking about this link. I fixed this and just tweeted it again:-)
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The 11th Annual EContent 100: An Introduction to The Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry

The 11th Annual EContent 100: An Introduction to The Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

There are plenty of changes afoot on this year's list, as well as at the magazine. As you read through these pages, you'll notice a change in the EContent 100 categories-and a subsequent change in the companies we're honoring this year. Paper.li is listed in the top 100 for distribution and delivery. 

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Lance Anderson: Verge of Niche Publishing | The People Behind the Paper.lis

Lance Anderson: Verge of Niche Publishing | The People Behind the Paper.lis | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

Storyteller and podcaster Lance Anderson uses Paper.li to Narrowcast on various niche topics from Bob Dylan to ultrarunning. This is part one of a two part interview. 

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