When it comes to promotional content, a large majority of U.S. consumers continue to prefer newsletters to social media sites. A reason could be that branded emails are traditionally associated with old-fashioned marketing, while Facebook or Twitter are more for news, entertainment, and interacting with others. How effective are newsletters, exactly? According to Convince &… Read more »
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Today on the blog, we show you how to get targeted content directly in your Inbox for easy curating work.
It’s Back2School season! Are you prepared to go back to school? Make sure you check these online tools to impress you colleagues in class.
On a second installment of a “How-to” series , Dorian Staten teaches us how to Add a Custom News Ticker to our Paper.li newspaper. Check it out!
Social Media Day is approaching and we wanted to highlight three of the most popular Social Media papers on the newsstand. Happy Social Media Day, everyone!
According to the 2013 Content Marketing Budgets and Benchmark report, social media is the most popular marketing tactic used by B2B marketers. With over 600,000 newspapers published by and for the B2B industry, I thought it would be interesting to see which tactics are working for our publishers. In this week’s Publisher Spotlight I speak… Read more »
Can Paper.li and other social media help connect with voters and ensure they get accurate information during an election campaign? The recent election for Mayor of London says, Yes, it can. Throughout the campaign I published The Boris Johnson Times, tweeted and blogged and I believe this, along with all the other writers who did the… Read more »
Of all the strategies and techniques I have used to increase visibility of my personal brand, content curation has been one of the most effective — and most fun to use. Content curation helps you know and serve your audience better. By filtering the huge amount of information available online and sharing only the best… Read more »
Paper.li’s desert adventurers complete their 11-day rally to help school children in Morocco.