This week’s issue of Saved for Later is sponsored by Clipix. Clipix is a tool that allows you to save and organize content from your emails, across the web, social platforms and more. You can also collaborate on your clipboards so multiple people can save content, and then you can control who sees all of your clips!
This week’s links were all saved through Clipix. Keep scrolling to see how it works.
It’s so terrifying when any platform makes changes, right? Pinterest is a top traffic-driver for many bloggers, so the idea that some mathematical equation will determine what kind of reach we get, whether or not we keep consistent page views, etc. is unnerving.Pinterest Algorithm Changes: How Do They Affect You? and other headlines from the week.Click To Tweet
I think some of these are pretty obvious, but as I expand my design and development services for bloggers and small business owners, I want to be sure that I set everything up correctly and give good advice!
In two words? DRASTIC CHANGES. More to come on this, folks, but I advise you to get up to speed quickly.What Will Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages Mean for Marketers? That and more!Click To Tweet
If you use a lot of hashtags on Instagram, this is a great cheat — so easy!
I truly hope not since I go through two cans a day.
I got to know Amee last year at a blogging conference and I was devastated when she revealed that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is going through a mastectomy with reconstructive surgery. My thoughts are with her (and the information she shares here is something all women should read).
The “mom pooch” actually has a technical term: diastastis recti. It’s fairly common, and unfortunately, a lot of women think that they’re just stuck with the issue for life. There are some things you can do to correct the separation, though.What is the mom pooch and how do you get rid of it? It's in this week's top stories!Click To Tweet
I’m a large-chested lady even when I’m not breastfeeding. This roundup is AWESOME.
OK, back to Clipix.
It’s super easy to use and while I primarily bookmark and save things to share publicly (like for this post), I love that it can be used to collaborate with team members and family.See how you can use @clipix to save and share your favorite content from across the Web!Click To Tweet
For example, as I start new websites with clients, I can ask them to clip and share some of their favorite blogs or websites, so I can get a sense of their style and navigation preferences. My husband and I can save products or big-ticket items together to watch for price drops and special sales. I can clip ideas for birthday gifts for friends and keep that board private, so the surprise isn’t ruined.
Clipix has a browser extension that makes it really easy to save just about anything you find.
Once you install it, you can clip whatever you see and then assign it to a board. You can even tag it for easy organization and select which image you want to use as the thumbnail.
If it’s a product, you can select that option to watch price changes (how cool is that?). And at any time, you can make a board public, invite collaborators or share the board and/or individual clips.
You can easily navigate through all of your clips, too — when you open it up, you get a carousel of your images (and you can also decide what shows — just the image? the title and your notes?).
Finally, Clipix has mobile apps for Apple and Android, which is an awesome feature — no matter where you see content, you can quickly clip and save it for later.
I can’t wait to see what you’re clipping!