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Hi, I'm Matthew Smith, a freelance web designer and front-end developer based in Chicago. I've been designing and developing websites, mobile apps and other digital creations for over a decade - you can find out all about me here. I am also greatly interested in ePublishing and online Marketing. That's why I want to share my thoughts with you on this blog.
Media Publishing

PDF Flip Book – Create a Flip Book with interactive content

PDF Flip Book

It is so nice to know that there is a website out there, Yumpu Publishing, that allows a person to make a PDF flip book from their original PDF without any hassle, and the best thing about the website is that all of the services are FREE! Having to read content on a PDF can be annoying to use at times because a person has to scroll down page by page in order to read the contents for a book, a brochure, or a magazine. Many people really love the flip book feel when they are reading online or on their tablet.

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Media Publishing

PDF to Flash catalog – The fastest way to increase conversion for free

PDF to Flash Catalog

Large PDF files can reduce the number of your online viewers, especially due to the fact that most browsers that use mobile gadgets encounter challenges when they want to download the files and put them on view. However, when you use Yumpu Publishing, you can comfortably and easily change the pdf to flash catalog and optimize them for the purpose of using across mobile and PC platforms. Moreover, your pdf to flash catalog files that have been converted will experience extensive coverage on the major digital publishing channel that the web can provide.

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PDF flipbooks

Professional PDF to flipbook software for free

PDF to Flipbook Software

I’ve tried my best to make my own e-book and then self-publish, but I always end up hating how the e-book looks and functions. Lack of content isn’t a problem. I have volumes upon volumes of material in various parts of the writer’s process. Tomes upon tomes filled with nothing more than half-formed concepts and single word reminders that seem to have lost their meaning at this point. But when I put it all together into a completed story, it always seems like I get stuck on the design and functionality aspects. That was until I found Yumpu Publishing.

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