Posted Tue, Jun, 26,2012
Libertas is pleased to announce that articles with interesting images are now promoted through Flickr.
Flickr is a well-known image sharing website where users distribute images through a Photostream for interested users to view. Libertas has been using Flickr since February and has already reached over 7,000 image views.
Promoting articles with interesting images through Flickr increases article visibility owing to the website’s high rank in Google searches. All images have links back to the full text on the Libertas website to increase article visibility. Readers can browse Libertas’ photos by category and go to the full article in the Libertas journal.
Flickr is among the 50 most popular websites in the world and is widely used by 18-34 year olds with a higher level of education living in the US, UK, India, Germany, or Japan.
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