Document sharing service Scribd launched “iPaper” today, a new format for web documents. iPaper allows you to view and upload PDF, Word, Excel and Powerpoint files. These iPpaer documents can be embedded in your sites or blogs. iPaper is lightweight and can be embedded as a flash widget like any Youtube video.
You need to upload your documents to Scribd, and these are converted to iPaper format in a matter of time. Other features of the iPaper include sharing, emailing, printing and search inside the documents.
Scribd also launched an API for iPaper, using these tools publishers can earn money by displaying adsense ads in their documents. The ad revenue is shared between the publisher and Scribd. Scribd QuickSwitch mode provides a code to paste in your sites, and all the documents you uploaded earlier will be converted to iPaper format. Source: GigaOm
I have been using Scribd for nearly 5 months and if you want to find some interesting books or even download some articles from your blog or other articles, then you won’t be dissapointed with this site.
And now you can make money too.
Thanks for the input, i too like this service, i never used it before, but now i am
Looks like a promising service.
useful tool, the best part is monetization
Cynthia (Adobe) says
Adobe already offers a service that allows you to monetize your PDF documents with ads. Check it out at:
m new here and i am not able to upload anything.
i am not even able to download ipaper software.
can anyone explain me full process
scribd ipaper is prolific