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Ten Reasons to use Paperli

Updated on July 3, 2015

Why I use to promote my work

As you can see from the image on the right, I can intersperse my own article links with those from the best and most reputable sources to create an online daily newspaper.

I've used this free service for several different types of industry & organisations and, although it takes a little effort, this is promotional tool that takes just a couple of minutes a day to use.

Below, you'll find ten reasons why I find these few minutes to be well worth it, especially considering the ease of its use and its advantages.



1. The theme of this paper is Britain - anything of interest to British people or Anglophiles. It is created automatically but, as you can see from the image on the right, it is set to have my own links at the top of the headlines.

I usually aim to have about half a dozen of my own links in the headline section, plus two or three general interest stories from reputable sources.

That way, my own articles are seen in the best company.


2. We know that people love images and the photograph section you see here was created automatically.

However,if an unsuitable photograph does crop up - and it's rare - I can simply delete it in seconds.

The photograph section is visually attractive and also gives the paper a sense of authority - all the photographs you see here are professional press images - no Instagrams of someone's feet or lunch.

3. This is behind-the-scenes look at the sources I use to create my paper.

I can think of few other (legal) ways in which my articles can be alongside those of the BBC and prestigious journals and newspapers.

And I certainly can't think of any other straightforward way of being in the company of the royal family.

Note that the order in which they appear here reflects their order of importance when creating the daily edition.

4. This screenshot shows the multishare feature. By clicking on the articles of my choice, I can easily create a shareable selection of favourite -or themed - articles.For example, these screenshots were taken in April.

I could create a multishare of a dozen Easter recipes.

5. And the social sharing buttons are right there as you can see.

It's just a click of the mouse to send articles to social media sites and apps.

I usually spend three minutes or so editing the edition - it rarely needs much attention - then use the buttons to share.

6. And it gets better - all your previous daily editions are archived.

You can use these archives in several ways.Here's an example.

As you can see, Prince William and his family were in the news when these screenshots were taken. I can easily find the edition announcing his birth as a 'do you remember' tweet or post.

7. Every single article can be removed or elevated to another position.

You can move articles too.

Notice the control buttons above the cake recipe - if I want, I can ban that source from my paper, should I wish as well as the functions above. There's no need to go to the control panel.

I have never had to ban a source - the secret of a good paper is choosing reputable sources.

8. I've included this screenshot not only to reiterate that every article can be edited using the control buttons, but to demonstrate another factor I find very useful.

Every day there are stories that, whilst I'm editing, spark my imagination.

My job is writing. My paper shows me what other people are writing about. Almost daily, I get writing inspiration from what I find.

9. Something I've loved about this service from day one is the help available.

Bearing in mind that this is a completely free service (there is an optional paid version) the support is fantastic.

Note too that I have a 'newsstand'.

If I click this, there are all the papers I have created plus, if I wish, I can add favourites created by others.

The blogs that are linked to are great places to get information too.

There's even an option to create further papers.

This is really quite astonishing for a free service that promotes my work.

10. Finally, I like the service because it shows me articles that I'm interested in and might otherwise miss.Because I'm in complete control of the sources, then much of the new in the paper is tailored to me and my own interests. Sometimes scanning the headlines and the precis during editing is enough - sometimes I click to read the article.Even with taking the time out to read a couple of articles, it still takes less than five minutes to use this fabulous promotional tool.


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    • Keanmo40 profile image


      7 years ago from UK

      This is a great "How-To", I too shall be pinning this so I know where to find it! You've taught me about something new that I can use and apply to my fledgling site when the time is right, for that I'm most grateful. :)

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      Jackie Jackson 

      7 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      @anonymous: EXCELLENT comments! Thank you so much.

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      7 years ago

      Point 1 I have three different papers. One for WAHMs, the other for freelance writers and the third is a selection of my own Tweets.Point 2 Images display is an excellent feature.Point 3 Very flexible a you can constantly change your sources and refine the info you publish.Points 4 and 5 Ability to multi-share and the social share buttons do make circulating really easy.Point 6 ARCHIVING IS KING!! To be able to readily retrieve previous editions? Best feature ever!Points 7 and 8 Editing is a very simplified process.Point 9 Yes there are some other very interesting newspapers you can subscribe to.Point 10 That's what makes it like a quick research and reference tool for yourself.Just one thing, re: Point 6 you can also do weekly as opposed to daily. My papers are like a weekly recap. Excellent lens!!!

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      Dawn Romine 

      7 years ago from Nebraska

      I get several referrals from paperli and created my own out of curiosity, but I have to admit I haven't done anything since then, again a time limit. If I wrote/created/curated full time I would definitely but this on my daily schedule. I do get notifications RT/MT on Twitter that an article has been added to paperli from time to time which is nice.

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      Jackie Jackson 

      7 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      @DreyaB: Thanks for pinning! It's a great service.

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      7 years ago

      I really like this concept, something I must look into more so I've pinned it so I can find it when needed. Thanks for sharing such a great idea and giving us useful tips on how to use it. :0)

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      7 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      This is very interesting - I'm going to add this to my list of things to check out and potentially use! could work well for my music niche!

    • BritFlorida profile imageAUTHOR

      Jackie Jackson 

      7 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      @David Stone1: Thank for visiting, Dave. For the few minutes a day it takes, it's worth it. Extra hits can make all the difference on payday :) And I do like the way my articles can nestle comfortably amid the BBC and the royal family!

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      Jackie Jackson 

      7 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      @fullofshoes: It was your question that inspired me :)

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      Jackie Jackson 

      7 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      @Merrci: What a lovely comment- thank you :)

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      David Stone 

      7 years ago from New York City

      Thanks, Jackie. I'd seen these around but didn't know much about them.

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      7 years ago

      Thank you for this :)

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      Merry Citarella 

      7 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

      Speedy! This is great information to have. I was wondering what it was and now you've even shown me how to do it! Thanks for all of your how-to's. They are invaluable.


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