All Bloggers and Writers Should be on Flipboard: Here’s Why, and an Idea on Collaborating

An interesting article on using the mobile app. ‘Flipboard’ for blog and book promotion…

Silas Payton


If you’re not Flipping your writing, you should be.

How are you driving people to your blog?

If you have a blog, chances are you want people to read your words. If you didn’t, you’d be keeping them on your computer and not loading them up for the world to see. Once you have a blog and some content, the trick is to get people to your site…to get people to actually tune in and see what you have to say.

Most bloggers I know turn to Twitter and Facebook which are fun and a great way to build a following and meet connections. But, one of the best ways I have found to increase hits on my blog, is with Flipboard. It involves a very low time commitment and draws viewers from around the world. Once you have it set up, you can load post in seconds.


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About echoesofthepen

Middle-aged man, aspiring writer and author, one grown-up son and young grandson, now retired from the rail industry, actively working to develop a writing career.

Posted on April 9, 2015, in Book Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I will read up on it this weekend when I get home from my travels…


  2. Interesting article. But honestly, I don’t see myself migrating to Flipboard any time soon 🙂 I can barely keep up with online social engagements as it is… Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Interesting. Will take a look – only problem, is this yet another form of social media to take time away ftom my main writing?

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