Tech Tools for the Sales Professional:

In our final post on our Tech Tools for the Sales Professional series, we are going to discuss So far in our series, we have reviewed the following products: Norbert, Hunter, Owler, Fleeq, BombBomb, Map My Customers, Calendly, LinkedIn Sales Navigator,, InstaInk, and Atracker.  

During the post on, we discussed how it can be used to easily create a digital newsletter you can send out to your prospects.  Trying to create valuable content on a monthly basis for your newsletter can be difficult.  Some of the best email newsletters I like to read source content from other sites.  One way to find content is to create a paper on  Paper offers a free and a paid plan.  With the free plan, you pick a topic of interest and each day at the same time Paper will find 10 articles that should be of interest to you and shares it on Twitter.  You will also receive an email. uses natural language processing, machine learning and social signals to analyze and extract the most relevant and engaging stories from social media and the web.  Paper can integrate with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Wix, Google Analytics and Mailchimp.

I found out about after I was picked up for a sales based  When Paper uses your content, they will tag you on Twitter in the post to help you reach a broader audience.  

Since I use to send out a newsletter, my goal with Paper is to help me identify good content.  My prospects are currently in the Commercial Real Estate Space so my paper is focused on that vertical.  I save every paper in a special folder in my inbox and go through the paper at the end of the month to look for articles that may be of particular interest to my prospects and share them on  

So far I have been using the free version and see no need to upgrade to the Pro Plan which is only $9.00 a month.  You can learn more about the pricing at

If you follow me on Twitter: you can see the paper.  It is sent out around 8:00 am Eastern Standard Time. Here is a sample of the tweet that publishes for me. 

***While I would love if had an affiliate program, at this time, they do not. So, I am not compensated for you using their service.  Also, I was not compensated for writing this article.***

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