BlookUp offers you the function of printing your photos and captions! With its tools, you can connect your account, import it into our platform and edit your book in a few clicks in order to view your content.
Do you want to be able to consult your blog at any time and share it with all your loved ones in a simple and creative way? Don’t wait any longer to create your blook! Keep your writings and memories alive in a real social book.Continue reading “A blog book ? It is possible, thanks to BlookUp !”
In order to differentiate yourself and create engagement, it is important to publish impacting photos on your social networks.
No matter if you are a brand or an individual, it is crucial to adapt your photo’s dimensions to each platform’s standards.
Here is the guide for image dimensions on all social networks !
For years, you’ve been posting on your Tumblr blog with your own creations, your photos, or your articles.
What if you could, in a few clicks, immortalize your best publications in a book?Continue reading “Print your Tumblr Posts with BlookUp!”
Why should you print your instagram photos ? Because back to school period is fast approaching, you’re probably wondering how to compile your memories that are currently drowning and disappearing in your Instagram feed. How can you save them and relive them again and again?Continue reading “Easily print Instagram photos with BlookUp!”
The new Instagram book is here ! and it is enough for all your pictures ! It is often said that size doesn’t matter, and that it’s more about how you use it. At BlookUp, we decided not to overlook any aspect of the popular saying!
We know that internet, blogs and social networks gave or maintained a general taste for writing and creation! It also gave the world of books a second youth by putting self-publishing at everyone’s reach.
Books and writing are part of the daily life for many of us. And the internet pays them tribute!
What the shelf?
On Instagram, we find under the hashtag #shelfie a whole lot of inspiring photos featuring shelves and libraries. The word “shelfie” itself sets the tone by combining the words “shelf” with the word “selfie” (the famous self-portraits photographed in the 21st century, for those sleeping at the bottom).
Many of the photos feature furnitures arranged like they’re almost taken straight out of an IKEA magazine. But, and this is what interests us here, we can also find books!
#Shelfie indeed is the occasion to make your personal library a star while the hashtag lasts ! It’s also the moment to share your reading taste or your storage foibles to your friends and followers… Or even to discover what composes the tastes of others and how people organizes and surrounds one’s readings!
No boasting of elitist readings or endless rows of books here (even if we recognize that a full library is always pretty to picture 😉 ), only the joy of seeing beautiful book-related photos and starting exchanging about your favorite books!
After all, the contents of a library are often indicative of the personality of its owner(s): It is with this idea that the newspaper The Guardian launched the concept of the Shelfie in December 2013.
More than 820 000 publications are now classified under the hashtag #shelfie and more are coming everyday, so it’s always time to get involved and show what you have and love!
A book you can smell already exists ! Now check out the book that you can listen to?
Hear for yourselves!
Audiobooks, those kind of books one person will read aloud and record so that others can listen to them, are a growing part of books sales nowadays. They mainly prove their practicality for visualy impaired people.
For those who can afford it, there are some book concepts that combine vision and hearing to enjoy together as a global experience: This is the concept of Hvisl – Whispers of Iceland, both a photo album and sound guide taking you on a trip around Iceland!
Their collaboration allows you to appreciate breathtaking pictures of beautiful landscapes and warm interiors, accompanied, as you flip the pages, by the sound of the wind and the waves, a conversation in Icelandic, the cracking of the ice or the bubbling of the geysers…
While you enjoy the atmosphere through your headphones, you will also learn everything you need to know about landscapes formation, local language, climate, mythology… Truly an immersive experience!
Sarah of the blog wetandwindycottage.wordpress.com decided to print the book of her blog, where she describes her life between her job and her cosy house surrounded by fields, flowers, and animals.
As we never shared any story of this kind before, we wanted to make you discover this quiet and lovely universe ! Make yourself at home and enjoy the story of her blog and her blook!
First, tell us about yourself : You, your passions, your hobbies, your projects…
I am a qualified lawyer, I fell into the job really as a means of earning a reasonable wage and being able to live in the lake district where pay is low as the majority of jobs are in the leisure industry.
That said I love my job, I can make a difference to peoples days. I am in civil litigation and education law.
I am married, we haven’t been able to have children, but I have 2 horses, a donkey, 2 cats, a nearly grown up puppy 2 ducks and lots of chickens. I live in a beautiful house in the middle of fields with views all around,
I know I am so lucky but even when everything is beautiful but sometimes it is still difficult to stay positive.
In winter I am up at 6 to feed muck out horses sort out the chicken, ducks and dog, then be clean and not smelling of poo by 8am to drive off to work, I then get home from work at 6 and start again with the horses etc, in the middle of this is keeping a house a garden reasonably tidy.
We moved into the house 4 years ago, there was a small garden only but we had been able to buy the fields around, we were successful in obtaining planning permission which allowed us to build the barn and stables, extend the garden and convert a small barn into more living accommodation.
We have build the barn and stables, started on the garden but don’t yet have the funds to convert the barn into more living.
What is your blog about and why did you want to address this subject when starting it?
I started my blog as a new years resolution to be more positive and do something for myself. The aim was to treat it like a diary of what was happening in and around me and mainly my home. As one of the aims was to be positive, I don’t really focus on the negatives which can make life look idyllic, but that I admit to that so I think it is ok. I am not pretending life is perfect, I am choosing just to show the good bits.
I made areas I was going to cover such as garden, polytunnel monthly update to keep me focused.
The areas have changed as I have done different things, I make more reference to walks now as I take Ellie my springer spaniel on walks in and around the lakes.
I also cover more cooking that I thought I would, but this again makes me more creative.
Also if I see something, like a birds nest in an artificial Christmas tree (a post from this year), I like to tell myself about it when I re-read when I am sat in a rocking chair in my 80’s trying to remember what I did.
What contents (articles, illustrations) are you the most proud of?
I am not a skilled writer or photographer, my first posts were really just practice runs on what to do, from last December so 12 months in I did a post on starling murmurations, I love the photographs.
To be honest I didn’t think of “proud” of what I had done, I hadn’t advertised, few of my friends or family know about it, it really was just for me.
But I bought myself for Christmas the Blook of my first years blog, and was really chuffed at how it looked; especially as that had not be the aim.
What moment of your blogger life was the most memorable for you so far?
As above, getting my blook through the post and thinking really, I did that!!
Why did you want to turn your blog into a book?
I didn’t know I did, I saw the advert around Christmas and in previous years I have produced picture books of our progress at the cottage for my husband and thought actually I might like this as a present for me.
How did you find out about BlookUp?
I think Blookup “liked” one of my posts and as I don’t get many likes I always look to see who they are and realised it was an advertisement.
What are the positive and negative points of the making of your blook?
It highlights spelling mistakes, which being a lawyer I shouldn’t do, but apart from that is a physical record of the good bits in the year.
Do you enjoy the final result? What does your family and friends think about your blook?
My husband(!!) has shown it to a few friends and family who have visited, they didn’t know about my blog and are really supportive
Would you recommend BlookUp?
Yes, it is a great physical memento of a lot of hard work, I plan to get one done every January, again it keeps me focused on blogging.