March Madness is in full swing with tip-off just hours away for this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. So whether you are a tourney stats master, like to pick based on your favorite mascots or simply want to show support for your alma mater, show-off your picks with a Bracket Poster.
Twitter, and Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube etc. are no longer a new-borns. You’ve been talking about them the same way you talk about your 16-year-old nephew – you hold your palm to your knee and say, “I remember when you were this big.” Similarly, the same incentives that worked for your nephew when he was “yay tall” no longer work on the teenage version. It’s the same with social media.
Feel like your business collateral needs a little refresh? Let us help out with our new brochure and flyer templates. This four page 8.5 x 11 Pamphlet template is an easy way to create a great looking company, product or service brochure that is MagCloud-ready.
Today we thought it would be fun to hand over the keyboard to Shalyn Kettering, Editorial and Marketing Manager for Two Bright Lights online publicity platform. We hope enjoy her interview with Two Bright Lights editors and MagCloud publishers Kym Stelmachers and Erika Pitera.
MagCloud publishers have been using Pinterest for some time, with good success thus far. We’ve reached out to some “Pinteresting” publications to understand more about Pinterest’s benefits: Cory Ann Ellis – of AC Ellis Photography, SD Wedding Style and The Cake Lady Bakery – and Trey Hill – who uses both MagCloud and Pinterest for Square Root of Nine, a story telling agency.
Get rewarded when friends, family or colleagues sign up for a MagCloud account and become publishers. Existing MagCloud users can earn $10 for every friend they refer that joins MagCloud and buys or sells $25 worth of their own published content through the website.
Today we are excited to announce a new web-based viewer that enables publishers to bring stunning versions of their publications to life in any modern web browser on both desktop and mobile computers.
Now publishers can upload a single PDF file and immediately distribute as a free or paid digital publication, in print, in a web browser, via the MagCloud iPad app or as a PDF download.
MagCloud users you’ve been asking for larger form factor products and today we are happy to announce not just one but seven new large product types. Introducing Tabloid, Poster, Large Square and Standard Landscape products.
As we continue to add new product sizes to the MagCloud service, we’ve made it easier to find the requirements for the product you want to create with our Getting Started page. This new page in the Create section on the MagCloud site lets you select the product, trim size, and binding type for the publication you want to create, and then provides you with the appropriate PDF specifications and information to help you start creating your PDF.
Print vs. digital has long been hotly debated. Recently, we’ve seen several experts weighing in on the topic, arguing that print and digital can coexist and will in fact strengthen a brand when used together. Of course, we’ve always known this at HP MagCloud (check out our Jan. 5 blog post), and we are thrilled when other people realize it doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. The challenge is finding the right medium to use to tell your unique story, so that it’s heard and understood by your audience.