Scribd – Another Avenue for Getting Your Content Out

By , Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

Solo-E Certified Solo Entrepreneur Expert

Michele A Scism - Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

Scribd is a social media channel which allows you to share your published documents, .pdfs,  Powerpoints, etc.  You can upload materials for people to access for free — or you can sell on the site.   Scribd started out being for academics, but now it is used by small businesses, individuals, large companies. non profits, etc.  It is like giant virtual library.  And, it is easy to add your material to it.

Here are some reasons to consider submitting your documents to Scribd:

  • Having your material available on Scribd is a good way to get more traffic to your site.
  • Since many of the people who use Scribd are academics and large companies, submitting your material to Scribd is a great way to establish yourself as an expert.

  • You can boost your presence on the web (Scribd is just one more place where people can find you.
  • By featuring your content in more places, you can increase the chances that it will go viral.
  • You can sell your ebooks
  • Scribd provides great backlinks to your site
  • Remember – Scribd is not just for e-books – you can also upload recipes, white papers, manuals, articles and essays.

Scribd is a great place to share your work and to allow more people to learn about you and your brand.  The more places your content is featured, the easier it is for people to find you – and to find your website.

Michele Scism is a decisive, driven and committed entrepreneur who helps successful business owners create passive income streams so they can stop working so hard and start enjoying the benefits of entrepreneurship.

Michele’s business expertise has been highlighted recently on NBC, CBS, Fox, and She is an international speaker, best-selling author and the Founder of Decisive Minds.

She is a serial entrepreneur who knows how it feels to fail miserably at business, at one time the bank actually called demanding their $1.5 million back, and also knows how it feels to sign the contract to sell your company for $9 million dollars. For business building tips visit

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