Tutorials and blog posts about digital publishing

june 2017 calendar

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Summer is here, and so is your new June 2017 calendar wallpaper! We have 2 very beautiful designs that will tempt you to eat more ice cream and drink more lemonade. In other words: live better this summer! Amen to that!

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content offer

Creating compelling, original content offers is only one step in a successful online marketing strategy. Without knowing what to say, when to say it, and who to say it to, your offer might never reach its intended audience.

A content offer tailored that takes these three factors into consideration can create a long-lasting connection between your company and new customers. With this information, you can create a content offer that excites your target audience and which can convert them into buyers. Read the rest of this entry »

At this time last year we went fully-HTML5 on you, replacing old and slow Flash technology with new and improved HTML5. We were only focused on giving you the best technology available so we didn’t change the overall look of the widget. This year we’re excited to announce our new modern widget that will give your publications a freshly polished look.
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schedule publications

We’ve been working on multiple new features and we think you’ll love Flipsnack even more once you give these new features a try. Just yesterday we announced the new full-screen reader URL, but we have more surprises on the way.

Today we made it possible for publishers to schedule a publishing date for their publications. Read the rest of this entry »

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Starting today, there’s a new way to share your flipbooks.

Do you like how your magazines look in the full-screen mode? There are no distractions, advertising or other elements crowding the page, it’s just your content. Now imagine having a similar display in the browser, because we’ve made that possible! Read the rest of this entry »

Instagram report 2017

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On Jan 8th, 2017 we started a 3-month project that involved following 15 magazines on Instagram and monitoring their every post, including stories. Read the rest of this entry »

writing

J.K. Rowling is one of the greatest storytellers of our time, and her magical Harry Potter series has become a worldwide phenomenon. She’s the first billionaire author and one of the most famous writers of our time, so she’s someone whose advice you can trust.

If you need some tips or if you’re struggling with content writing in any way, keep on reading. All her advice comes from experience, and it can be applied to any form of writing. Read the rest of this entry »

calendar_may_17

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It’s that time of the month when you come back for the creative snacks we’ve got for you. You are right on time!

We are right in the middle of spring and as the weather is making a turn for the better, so should your wallpaper. Read the rest of this entry »

new-pricing-plans

On May 2, 2017, Flipsnack will change its existing pricing plans. If you are a premium user, or if you’re considering buying a subscription, you should read this article, because it might answer your questions.

Will it affect my current subscription?

This update will not affect anyone who has an active premium subscription, so you don’t need to worry. You will be able to keep your subscription for as long as it stays active. Just make sure that you don’t cancel the renewal by mistake. Also, please make sure that you have a valid card on file and enough funds in your bank account if you want your current subscription to renew after the current billing cycle. Read the rest of this entry »

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Big PDF files can be difficult to work with, especially online: the upload, download and page loading can take a long time. It can be annoying for you and for your PDF viewers, so you should do something about that. The best idea is to make a web-optimized PDF right when you export the file from InDesign or other tool that you might be using. However, if you didn’t make the PDF yourself, you can still do something about the file size: compress it using Adobe Acrobat Pro or an online tool (you have plenty of options, some listed here) Read the rest of this entry »