The obsession with crafting simple messages can make your publication repetitious and dull. Embrace complex and varied content. It brings the benefits of personality and deepens your relationship with your audience over time.
Posts Tagged: best practices
Ileane Smith is the voice behind Basic Blog Tips, works as a promotions manager, and has created numerous Paper.lis such as The Young #Engineers’ Daily and The Black Social Media Heroes Daily. She initially created her Paper.lis to give bloggers the recognition she felt they were missing out on. Now she is finding that her papers… Read more »
With so many social media applications ubiquitously accessible, we are permanently tempted to express ourselves: tweeting here, text messaging there, uploading photos, attaching videos… but – stop! – let’s be reminded that the target of almost all produced and broadcasted information is an audience of human beings. Whether we name them “followers” or “friends”, we want… Read more »
Gerrit Visser has been digitally curating content since “just after the internet was invented” in 1996. Curation has come a long way and today he’s curating on Paper.li.
The second part of the interview with Lance Anderson is a discussion of social media and using Paper.li.
What happens if we marry the old-school craft of editing with the tools of content curation? Being an editor, I’d say something pretty exciting. Here’s a chance for editors like me to do what we love doing — selecting, highlighting and contextualising, and putting out vibrant, thought-provoking, coherent content on tools like Paper.li so much more easily than ever… Read more »
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 (our online profiles are still up!). Second, we have to constantly sell our ideas to teachers, managers, venture capitalists, our friends and… Read more »
Kim Petyt is an American wedding planner living in Paris, France, publisher of the award winning blog Parisian Events and of the Paper.li le monde according to parisianparty.
Publishers used to control the way content was experienced. Designers read and put content in tailored layouts. Content was produced and laid out for consumption on paper and later on desktop computers. The experience could be controlled but the content landscape is changing. First, an ever expanding portion of audiences access content through mobile devices…. Read more »
Meet Kate Morgan: an educator inspiring her students through social media and finding the good in it for academia. Paper.li publisher since June 2011.