How to Create a Newspaper from Twitter

Have you heard of paper.li?  paper.li is a new beta service that I just found.  This site allows you to create and publish a newspaper using all of your links/articles that have been shared in your twitter account for the past 24 hours.  The nice part of this is that the newspaper is updated every 24 hours based on new links/articles tweeted in your account.

The way that I understand the concept as of this writing is that you will see published links/articles from all of your followers and the users that you follow.

You can create your newspaper using the following options:

  • Twitter user
  • Twitter #tag
  • Twitter @list

The cool thing is that paper.li will organize your links/articles shared on Twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format.  This is a great way to stay on top of all that is shared by the people you follow, even if you are not connected 24/7!

To see my newspaper that I have created using my twitter name, you can check it out on my website.  Click on the Social Network Jungle and then click on Twitter News in the menu.  You will note that I have linked the newspaper to my website via a WordPress plugin.

I hope that you enjoy this quick post outlining paper.li.  I think that it is a great find and the best thing about it is that the service is FREE.

You can find me at:

Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/jamesroughton
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesroughtoncsp
Website: Social Network Jungle

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About james roughton

Social Networking and Personal Branding Mentor and Safety Professional
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