Editor’s note: Eric Holmen is the executive vice president of sales, marketing and services at Invoca. All of a sudden, it seems like Facebook, Google and Apple are climbing all over each other to own
Summer foods shouldn't be complicated—they don't need to be when so much is in season—it should just be good. We've gathered up 25 classic recipes to take you from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Summer, man.
In this week’s Flipboard for You series, we explore how corporate teams can use Flipboard to keep up with company news, share industry articles with colleagues or showcase your company to those who aren’t
If you’re a Magmaker with a blog or website, you want your content to look great when you share it in a Flipboard magazine. So how do you do that? Our esteemed Flipboard colleague Victor spends a lot time
You’ve created a Flipboard magazine. Now you want more people to read it. Try these techniques to grow your magazine readership: Focus, Focus, Focus Give your magazine a clear topic or point-of-view. can
If you’re just getting started with Flipboard magazines — or just thinking about getting ready to maybe possibly create your very own Flipboard magazine someday — this walkthrough video is a great way
Flipboard magazines are a beautiful way to curate and share your favorite articles, photos, videos and audio tracks. Yet beyond the basic ability to flip content into your magazines via Flipboard’s “+”
You’ve created a Flipboard magazine and filled it with fabulous content. Now you’re ready to start building an audience. What’s the best way to promote your magazine? Flipboard magazines are viewable the
This is a tale of two Flipboard magazines. Both are Ridiculously Awesome. Both were created by the same person, and both contain the same content. Yet as you can see above: the magazine on the right really
Every Tuesday, we’ll have a simple tip related to MagMaking in this blog. Some tips will be for power curators, but others, like this one, are good to know if you’re just starting out. Sometimes, the you
In the spirit of the approaching back-to-school season, we thought it might be a good time to educate on Flipboard, too. Starting today, we’re launching a series of posts outlining how to make the most
Think of Flipboard as your one-stop shop to keeping up with the news and your interests. Whether you enjoy business articles from Fast Company or ice cream recipes from a friend on Facebook, it’s easy
Whether you’re publishing spontaneously or following a planned schedule, there are key things to have in place before your magazine goes live. How do you know when you’re ready? Here’s a handy dandy checklist
Do you sell on eBay, Etsy or on your own website? From hand-forged jewelry to DIY kits and handmade clothes, a Flipboard magazine can act as a vibrant catalog of your offerings online. Install the Flip
Sound is the perfect ingredient to make your magazine feel more dynamic and fun. So don’t be shy! Get loud and proud by adding audio tracks to your Flipboard magazines. Your readers can press play and
Sprucing up your profile with an avatar and description can go miles when engaging the Flipboard community. Providing a “face” to a name helps establish legitimacy and adds a human element to your profile.
The # symbol, known as the “pound” or “hash” key on your phone, is now more popularly known across social media as the hashtag. You may have used it to confirm automated instructions with a bank or phone
Knowing how your magazines perform on Flipboard can help you improve as a magazine maker. This new view gives you a sense of what types of articles resonate the most with your readers. You can visit your
One of the most frequent questions we’ve heard since the launch of the third generation of Flipboard is around magazine readership, namely: “What are the new numbers on the cover of my magazine?” Let explain:
Are you a blogger? We’ve introduced a couple of tools to help get your content to Flipboard faster and to expand your reach. You may have already seen share plugins on your favorite blogs. They are a of
Collaboration is important to us at Flipboard and we understand that you sometimes don’t want to share with the whole wide Web. What if you only wanted to share with your family, colleagues or best friends?
With the rise of tech in education, a natural step is to get your school’s presence online. You can unlock a lot of potential if you think about a Flipboard magazine as a digital pamphlet or brochure distribute
The biggest tool Flipboard can offer educators is the ability to make magazines. Not only is it easy, but once you get the hang of it, magazines are flexible and customizable. Best of all, joining Flipboard
Sharing magazines to your social networks is a great exercise in promotion, but if you want an attention-grabbing visual—a preview that pops—embed your magazine on your Website. The easiest way to get