PDF Sharing

For All Your PDF File Sharing Needs, use THIS!

It’s been a well known fact that the process of converting and sharing PDF files on a social network, can prove to be a time consuming and frustrating process to say the least. After utilizing and being disappointed with various providers such as Scribd, Slide Share, Flexpaper and a few others, I finally found a FREE provider by the name of Yumpu.com, that makes the process of sharing PDF files on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ a breeze! Continue reading

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PDF Tips

How to Post Your PDF Files on Facebook

I was looking for a way to post my PDF on Facebook to share it with several of my friends. I discovered that my business files could be uploaded by way of a FREE website Yumpu.com, and sent out to my Facebook account. My group of business friends wanted to see what I had to offer, through my online clothing store. Continue reading

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PDF Website Viewer – this Free Viewer is Mindblowing! w/Example

If it were not for the free PDF Website Viewer Yumpu.com, I would have more than likely taken my own life. If you think I am exaggerating, well, I am not.

I was a member of Issuu, and I was subscribed to the highest price plan. I figured if I was going to pay $39 a month, it was going to be spectacular. Well, I was wrong about that. For one thing, the magazines I was publishing were loading slower than I anticipated. I received some really nasty feedback about that from two of my viewers saying that I was a sorry excuse of a human being because I could not get it together and publish content that loaded at a fast rate. Things got worse when I discovered that my magazines were not compatible with all computers and devices. Sure, people could read the content on the Mac and PC; however, tablets and cell phones were a whole different story. The Issuu PDF website viewer was doing more harm than good, and the funny thing was that I was paying to use the service. I was about to give up, crawl into a hole and die when a solution finally reached me. Continue reading

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