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Beta testing for the Paper.li Nomad has officially ended and now the Nomad is available for all Paper.lis on the newsstand.
We would like to thank our community of beta testers who lent a hand in perfecting the Nomad, and blog and site owners for their enthusiasm and creativity.
A Nomad that recently caught our attention is the “The Competitive Intelligence Daily” on  Competia.com. Competia presents their favorite news in a streamlined lightbox overlay. Take a peek, we think you’ll like it too.
The Nomad code is available via the Embed icon located on the front page of your favorite Paper.li and can be customized in size, and color, to make a perfect fit on your site or blog.
Drop us a line with your feedback and share an embed URL. We look forward to hearing how the Nomad is working for you and seeing it in action!

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13 Responses to “The Paper.li Nomad is Now Available!”

  1. modernmoney

    Thank you very much.

    I have been having a play and sadly because it is javascript it will not work on a WordPress dot com blog. Other than that it works fine.

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    • davidroccato

      Hi Kelly, have you found a solution for wordpress dot com blogs? I really like to add my paper.li to an independent page on my blogs. Thanks :)

      Reply
    • Kelly at Paper.li

      David,

      I am going to point you to a url on our support forum with a few links to look into. We recognize that some platforms strip the JS from our code.

      JS Workaround tips

      Let me know if that helps and feel free to share your solution with the community.

      Reply
  2. Eileen Brown

    Howdy Paper.li Folks.

    When I discovered the real power behind a paper.li newspaper, I sort of went berserk.

    I now have 10 newspapers (is there a limit?) and have built a website and blog to help my twitter followers keep up with what I do with my papers and how they can be included on a random scale.

    I experiment almost every day with hashtags and lists to see how much I can manipulate the input so it will to be useful to my followers.

    If you are interested in what I’ve done, just do a verbatim google search for “Buddy Bulletin.” I did not know if I could or even should post the URL’s here.

    At any rate I do want to know if there is a limit to how many newspapers you can have.

    OH – I’m lovin’ Paper.li, could you tell?
    Heh.

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  3. Kelly at Paper.li

    Eileen – Well done! We give publishers 10 credits to start with. Once you experiment with them let us know if 10 is good for you.

    And, yes, we can tell you love the service and we love hearing it! Thanks for sharing!

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    • HR Options - Canada

      Just looking through all the discussions, but cannot find anywhere how you earn more credits? Once the 10 are gone, what do you do? I’m new to paper.li, but from what I am reading, 1 credit is deducted for each time you publish a paper, correct?

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  4. Kelly at Paper.li

    Hi Nick – Thanks for your feedback and we are glad to hear you are hooked. Be sure to share your Papers with us. We love to share them with the community. It is interesting for everyone to see the creativity behind the publishers and their Paper.lis!

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  5. RonnieJanna

    Tx again! Still playing around a bit on how often to update our paper. We’ve switched to a weekly update and we’re adding new items manually. It would be great if you could also check previous editions in te Nomad widget.

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    • Lucero De La Tierra

      @RonnieJanna I love your idea to be able to check previous editions in the Nomad widget. I’ve been wanting to find some way to make the Nomad widget static instead of dynamic so it could show one specific date. This would be especially useful for a blog for daily or weekly posts.

      Reply

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