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Cloud Computing PDF

Stalled or frustrated with your current publishing efforts? Perhaps your current publishing software is beginning to show its shortcomings? Even updating versions of old favorites, I found newer iterations of my old “go-to” software often changed for the worse as they attempted to “improve”.

There’s no need to recite the (popular) names here – as most of us who design, publish or run an online shop are familiar with these popular names and products we were once accustomed to. My new go-to Cloud Computing PDF solution (and free!) is www.yumpu.com.

Cloud Computing PDF – adjust correctly!

Furthermore, digital publishing has evolved rather quickly over the last couple of years. With cloud computing PDF gaining ground in our cyber world, many popular vendors have struggled to adjust accordingly or simply put: adjust correctly! I certainly understand these evolution’s don’t always occur without minor hitches, yet it’s those that forget to stay true to their roots in doing so that cause bouts of major frustration for loyal users of particular digital publishing products. Cloud computing PDF is a key area of necessity for success in my efforts (as with most).

Yes, it’s a fine line between having all the features one desires (the “bells and whistles”) along with making its use simple and effective. But converting a simple PDF in cloud computing should no longer be an issue, right? How hard can this be for vendors? Don’t they understand its critical role for many of us?

I recently tried to create a new evolution/version of an online magazine I publish. In keeping with the times as most of us are prone to do, I felt it was time for a refresh of sorts. An updated look and feel, along with additions of more features (it was perhaps lacking) could benefit my readers and their overall experience.

Upon trying to put it on my site, I began to encounter several issues with cloud computing PDFs. Issues that I never encountered in the past and ones’ that required more than the typical quick click or fix. I also have an online shop which suffered similar complications when using cloud computing PDFs. Needless to say, the mal words that spilled out of my mouth are a little too foul to warrant sharing here.

The free Solution

With cloud computing and PDFs both here to say, it only makes sense these two should be able to easily coexist together. After a bit of research and inquiries to fellow designers and publishers, I discovered the wonders of yumpu.com. Instead of fighting poorly updated versions of my old software favorites, I found my problems were easily solved by using this wonderful, easy to use, FREE site. Yes, free!

Once used, it publishes my magazine in the cloud – helping my online publications reach millions of readers’ worldwide free and with simplicity. Currently, yumpu.com hosts over 20 million magazines in a variety of languages (no small number and quite an archive) and has already helped publishers reach over 78 million readers in the process.

Other very noteworthy features of this cloud computing PDF dream site include:

  • Effective search engine optimization (especially Google)
  • A variety of devices are supported including mobile and desktop
  • Simple and “easy on the eyes” interface for users
  • Ability for publishers to change the entire look and feel of pages: from logos to fonts and design or colors
  • Easy to embed on your favorite platforms (Facebook or any website or shop)
  • Ability to include audio and video with ease
  • Full integration with all major social network platforms with no effort
  • FANTASTIC support and service (always a plus)

Cloud computing PDFs should no longer be met with difficulties by experienced users (include novices with yumpu.com). As many once tried and true platforms begin to struggle to provide an easy, simple, and free experience for publishers, I highly recommend a try of yumpu.com concerning cloud computing PDF endeavors.

I know for me: it saved countless, unneeded headaches while increasing reach of my publications. It solved my problems and it was fast, easy, and free – give it a try.

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Hi, I'm Daniel Moore! I'm a entrepreneurial, detail-oriented developer with a strong background in websites, business startups, marketing and design solutions. For the past 10 years I’ve been studying the PDF format and it seemed a natural progression into a “helping” profession.

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