UNBOUND - books are now in your hands…
A social writing platform?
Free the author in you!
Have you ever wished for a social media application that allowed you to write collaboratively with friends in real-time so you could collect all those great posts, comments and tweets that were shared but later lost in digital dust? Well, now you can share, save and store all your favorite ideas and stories with the new SocialBook by BookRix!
BookRix’s SocialBook is just the social media app many have been waiting for - with SocialBook you can write collaboratively and socially online, anytime from the sites you already visit like Facebook, Twitter and BookRix.
With the SocialBook you can design and create a theme or topic for the kind of content you’d like to bring together that will automatically get pulled into your very own, free social e-book! Not only can you write from your social media profiles, you can invite your friends and followers to join in as well. Writing has never been this social!
It’s that simple. Now all your creative ideas can filter into an e-book for safe keeping, sharing, collaborative story building, digital storytelling, embedding, posting in a blog or a website or just to have your very own SocialBook.
By using a specific #hashtag, all participating #hashtag comments will be fed directly into a custom SocialBook automatically with live updates every 15 minutes!
BookRix, an online community connecting more than 150,000 writers, readers and authors has just launched a new collaborative application, SocialBook. It allows writers anywhere in the world to collaborate in building an online e-book from either their Facebook, Twitter or BookRix profiles, simply with connecting their accounts and including a specified #hashtag. It can be saved, stored, shared and even embedded like a YouTube video, with real-time updates and no limit on the number of co-authors.
The BookRix SocialBook gives Facebook, Twitter and BookRix users an easy way to collect posts, tweets, stories, conversations and ideas that once posted, had often been left untouched and unused.