The Editor’s Note is an excellent tool for providing context around your and is your space to say “Hi” to readers and share important information with them.

In fact, Paper.lis that have an active Editor’s Note are more frequently shared,  subscribed to, written about in posts, mentioned or referenced as an “information destination” than those that do not.

If your Editor’s Note isn’t currently active, take a couple of minutes to add it to your paper today. It’s easy to do — Here’s how:  

  1. Log into
  2. Go to the front page and click on the green bar to add your Editor’s note
  3. Greet your readers with a welcome and interesting information about you and your
  4. Hyperlink to your website, blog, FB or Twitter account. Editor’s notes are SEO optimized. 
  5. Save, and your finished 

Interested in learning more about how the Editor’s Note can help to tell your paper’s story? Try this article by Evren Kiefer.  Be sure to leave a comment and let us know how it’s working for you. As always, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Kelly Hungerford
Kelly's a Community Builder, Social Brand Strategist and Marketing Operations advisor to startups.

As former Head of Marketing and Communications for, she was responsible for building customer-centric Marketing and Customer Care operations to support's rapidly growing customer base.

She's currently the moderator of Twitter's fastest growing chat, #BizHeroes, and digital advisor to and

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6 Responses to “Team Tip: Add an Editor’s Note”

  1. Jeff

    Love the new “editor’s note” option! It works great for putting out something you want a lot of eye traffic hitting. Thanks for the quick and simple set up instructions.

  2. James Wells

    I am from Kentucky and now live in south Florida. I use “editor’s note” to advise weather conditions down here, it seems to poke my friends up north, especially during the winter.

  3. Adrian Slew

    I like the feature, but what is my incentive to spend more time on than I have to?

    You have told us that there would be ways of monetizing our papers, but I still have not seen any follow up to those plans.

  4. Kelly at

    Hi Adrian,

    We are working on a few different models and we’re eager to roll them out as quickly as possible. Thanks for bearing with us and being patient.

    Individual incentives vary by publisher — we see used in various ways:

    -as a personal tool for keeping on top of Twitter and other favorite social media
    -as a listening tool for marketers
    -as an engagement tool to grow conversations and build influence around topics

    So while there is not currently the opportunity to monitize, depending on how a publisher is using there may be reasons to invest additional time, such a building influence or providing a service to readers.


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