– part two.

08/12/2010 at 02:07 Leave a comment

Remember my blogpost about is an application made by SmallRivers which organises links shared on Twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. And since yesterday also on Facebook.

To make such a Facebook paper, all you have to do is login on with your Facebook account, click on ‘create a newspaper’ and then click on ‘create a Facebook paper’. After you’ve done that, you can choose a title for your paper, choose the content of your paper (by typing some keywords) and the language of your paper. I named my Facebook paper eLBee Communications (of course) and said that it had to contain posts about social media and digital marketing. As for the language of the paper, you only have five options: Any languages, English, German, French and Spanish. I don’t think I have to say which language I chose…

Anyhow, after all of that you get something like the picture above this post. You can also click on settings afterwards to change the previous selected options and to change three other things: the update frequency (Daily edition, Morning & Evening editions or a Weekly edition), the preferred update time and time zone and the option to automatically tweet any updates for your paper from your Twitter account. Interesting options, I must say!

For me, the best thing about this Facebook paper, is that you can stay up-to-date about any topic you want. I chose social media and digitial marketing, but some might choose soccer or graphic design or something else.

What would you choose?


Entry filed under: English articles, Facebook, Social Media, Twitter.

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