Why paper.li and automated curation are doomed to fail

Danny WhatMough

Paper.li adapts its auto-tweet » Why paper.li and automated curation are doomed to fail September 5, 2010 // Tweet If you’ve been active on Twitter recently, you will have no doubt come across paper.li. As the creators themselves say: “paper.li Paper.li

31+ of the Coolest Social Media, Search and Web Tools of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

Display a feed of brand-related comments from a variety of social networks on your website? Search for a brand name or keyword across all of the most popular social networks at once? paper.li. Share this on Facebook.

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Content Aggregation: The Future of (B2B and Consumer) Media?

Webbiquity SMM

These technologies include Browse My Stuff (which powers both the B2B Marketing Zone and Social Media Informer ) and Paper.li , which enables users to create custom online “newspapers&# based on a Twitterer and his/her followers, a hashtag subject or a Twitter list. The site also makes it easy to promote your newspaper through Twitter and Facebook. Paper.li Share this on Facebook. “Traditional&# media is struggling.

35 Stupendous Social Networking Facts and Stats

Webbiquity SMM

Though “social media” broadly encompasses a variety of platforms including blogs (WordPress, Medium, Tumblr), content sharing (YouTube, SlideShare, Instagram), and content curation (Scoop.It, Triberr, Paper.li), the term is nearly synonymous to many for the big social networks.

8 Tools to Curate Content for Social Media

SocialFish

Paper.li: This content curation tool will help you find, customize, and publish content on the web or social media in a zap. With the help of paper.li

Three Ways Users Can Help Keep Twitter Vibrant

Webbiquity SMM

Facebook and Instagram just feel inappropriate (like talking business at a family function or night out with friends—awkward). Paper.li Is Twitter dying? That seems to be a common question right now, according to Google.

Set Up Social Media to Give You Great Post Ideas

ProBlogger

It could be thought leaders in your field, or it may list brands that regularly write about your topic. Facebook. Facebook is another fantastic social network for sourcing great content. Many brands are now on Facebook, so you can source some great information.

50 (of the) Best Twitter Guides, Stats, Tips and Tools of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Although fewer Americans use Twitter than Facebook, Twitter users “are far more likely to follow Brands/ Companies than social networkers in general. 51% of active Twitter users follow companies, brands or products on social networks. Why should brands bother with Twitter?

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Fetching Friday – Resources, Guest Blogging Contest & Rocket Timelapse

Kikolani

Why your brand needs a villian to succeed – or how brands can triumph by solving major problems. Facebook. Stay updated on the latest Facebook privacy changes – from the horse’s mouth. Facebook advertising – 10 laws every marketer needs to know – good tips, even if it is a repost from a year ago. How to make someone an admin of your Facebook page – nice idea, especially for pages of collaborative blogs and businesses.

What really ended EMAP’s golden days?

The Way of the Web

There’s an interesting article on the Huffington Post UK site by former EMAP Director Colin Morrison, in which he asks Who Killed Britain’s Best Media Company , and goes on to discuss the inner workings of the leadership of the company at the time, before it was split into a consumer business which was sold to Bauer, and a B2B business which continues the EMAP brand joint-owned by Apax and Guardian Media Group.

Efficient Blog Commenting: Save Your Time and Energy

ProBlogger

Use Paper.li. If you are a regular user of Twitter, you should have encountered Tweets like these: You can create a newspaper , or “daily,&# out of your participation at Twitter and Facebook. You don’t even have to create an account: you can use your Twitter or Facebook accounts to log in to the service. Your comment brands you and your business. This guest post is by Jane Sheeba of Find All Answers.