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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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Learning from Failure and Getting Started with TweetChats

Learning from Failure and Getting Started with TweetChats | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it

A few months back I was invited to join a TweetChat hosted by TechSoup. The chat was on curation for non-profits.

 

Because I am active in the area and passionate about the subject, I accepted without hesitation. Unfortunately, it was my first chat and I was utterly unprepared. The experience left me looking, and feeling, like a fool. In fact, I think Jan Gordon was present and watched as I was bulldozed by tweets and questions. It was a complete failure and there was a lesson to be learned!

 

I would never attend a physical event without researching the venue, the organizer and participants before hand - why was I thinking a TweetChat would be any different?

 

After the experience I took some time to research best practices and came up with a list of of my own. 6 months later, I am getting the most out of TweetChats: enjoying meeting new people, learning, discussing and exchanging. 


If you haven't attended a TweetChat yet, I encourage you to do so and if it is your first, perhaps this post will help out.

 

You truly get out of them what you put into them, so go chat, and have fun.  

 

 

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Q: Is Your Blog Ready for 2013? A: No

Q: Is Your Blog Ready for 2013? A: No | All Things Paper.li | Scoop.it
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Kelly Hungerford's insight:

I saw this tweet today from Marty and laughed. He's got such a great sense of humor. I highly doubt that his blog isn't ready for 2013. From what I enjoy from his blogs, he is the master of content and keeping readers loyal, so my guess is that he's got it all under control. 

 

But in any case, we hope to see him and anyone who wants to exchange ideas, tips and best practices as well as share in some festive seasonal fun!

 

Paper.li joined forces with Mack Collier's #blogchat for the month of December and we've been having a blast. It's an early wake-up call for Switzerland - 3am, but it's well worth it! Join us and check it out!

 

 

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, December 11, 2012 8:58 AM

Great post from my friends at Paper.li (@SmallRivers) on how to get your blog ready for all the new stuff happening now and in 2013. Is your blog ready for 2013? Not until you've read this excellent post from Paper.li. 

Kelly Hungerford's comment, December 11, 2012 2:54 PM
Thanks Marty, much appreciated. We're having such a great time with Mack and the #blogchat community. There is amazing knowledge share and fun going on and it's been an incredibly rewarding experiencing bringing the two communities together and I'm learning a ton. Join us if you can!
Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, December 15, 2012 8:27 AM

I previously curated this piece into Curation Revoluiton, but, on the eve of Christmas, I'm moving it to Startup Revolution because startups need to focus on making content as strategic as every other aspect of their marketing. If you are a startup is your blog/content strategy ready for Christmas?