Content and Communications
How do you help people discover the most meaningful content?
By telling them a great story. On Flipboard, there are thousands of such stories waiting to be told. As part of the content and communications team, we strive to champion the best and brightest of our MagMaker community, sharing the articles and anecdotes that express the complexity of our world. If you appreciate a good yarn and consider yourself consummately curious, then we’d love to hear your story, too.
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That which has been learned can never be taken away.— Carolyn Malachi Musician + Flipboard magmaker
5 Takeaways from the Third FlipBlogger Webinar
On April 25, we held the third FlipBlogger webinar where we shared three innovative ways Flipboard helps bloggers. Through practical explanations and hands-on demos, we noted how bloggers could: 1. Shift from consuming information on Flipboard to curating content from around the Web by mastering the use of the + button. 2. Get traffic for older or evergreen content by adding those posts to thematic or seasonal magazines. 3. Package related posts into Flipboard Magazines, making it easier for blog readers to get a full story without having to dig through archives. 4. Plan out blog content months in advance in private magazines by collecting ideas, inspiration and research. 5. Collaborate with other bloggers to increase reach and community impact. If you missed the live event, you can stream the webinar video here. If you find that you have questions of your own, please ask them on Twitter with the #FlipBlogger hashtag and we’ll be sure to answer. For further…
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Carolyn Weyforth Glanville: Baby Animals
Breaking news: baby gorillas really are more adorable than baby marmosets. The cuddliest controversies of our time are definitively resolved in this compendium of cuteness.view the magazine
Deema Tamimi: The Amazing Brain
What’s the other 90% of your brain doing when you’re thinking about lunch? Find out in this magazine of incredible findings and bizarre photos from the frontiers of neuroscience.view the magazine
Mia Q: Betterment
Just as you always suspected, there are better options out there – get the scoop on better music, workouts, career moves and more in this infinitely better magazine.view the magazine