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Updated on March 1, 2013

If you know something about InfoAxe, the website that helped you to find the sites you had previously visited, then Flipora might not be new to you.

But then, after re-branding of InfoAxe to Flipora, many have not realized the remarkable capability that the new service has in discovering and sharing web content.

This article will provide a review of and how you can post and share feeds on this site to increase traffic to your site.

Flipora is a discovery engine that help web surfers to discover web content through selected topics of interests. Surfers can then share these discoveries with their followers or friends and re-share what their followers have discovered.

On the surface, Flipora works much like StumbleUpon, Youtube or Amazon recommendations but unlike the latter where surfers discover topics related to what they are searching, in Flipora the contents are based on what the surfer is searching for and what other web surfers find interesting.

Users on Flipora select a topic from the recommendation list on the left sidebar of the browser. When the user select a topic and click on it, the recommendation list changes to provide more related topics as the selected one.

The recommendation list keeps on changing to reflect more related topics as the user flip the pages. Once you have discovered a topic, Flipora will list other related and recommended topics that might be of interest to you.

If you are an online writer that specializes on specific topics then you stand a greater chance of generating more traffic to your articles as they will certainly be listed as recommendations to other related topics. Flipora claims to have nearly 10 million users and gaining 150,000 users every week.

Some of the feed topics at Flipora

Feed topics at Flipora
Feed topics at Flipora | Source

If you have the need to surf the web while at the same time picking sites for bookmarking, you will find Flipora very useful for that as it performs bookmarking functions by keeping your browsing history and preferences with permissions from the surfer.

The browsing history is searchable so that you don’t have to worry whether you used a home laptop or an office computer, you can access your browsing history from any location. Flipora is capitalizing on the idea that web searchers want more related searches that are tailored to specific users and not just generic results. To extend the sharing, Flipora want the sharing to be more intuitive with user oriented topics of interest.

Share articles as feeds on Flipora
Share articles as feeds on Flipora | Source

As an online writer, listing your articles on Flipora as feeds share is as easy as sharing the article link and selecting the appropriate category for the article among the over 60 topics to select from. You can also share video links and other topics you have discovered as you flip pages.

Traffic sources stats on Google Analytics
Traffic sources stats on Google Analytics | Source

My experience on Flipora is gainful because I get traffic to my hubs from the site. In fact, Flipora moved very rapidly from the bottom of my traffic sources and now is ranking at number two of all the traffic sources after Google. I do not have a niche yet but I find Flipora being very useful to a niche writer as recommendation on topics in Flipora is done based of other related topics that a web surfer is searching for.


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