Oversharing your life online is so 2012. If you want to be retro, self-obsessed and go against the mainstream notion that print is dead, then Likebook is just for you.
Thanks to Likebook you can get a print version of your Facebook activity! All you have to do is download the Likebook app and then you can get started. Likebook lets you select a subject (you can make a Likebook for yourself or for friends and loved-ones as a special gift) and a time-range and then pulls all of the corresponding pictures and content from Facebook. You can then customize and edit the content and layout for your very own Likebook.
“I create my Likebook every year,” raves happy customer “Patrick” on the Likebook site. Another alleged customer, “Annie,” shared that her kids and husband “love to dig into it” – because you know, her own family doesn’t know what’s going on in her life and don’t know how to log onto Facebook either.
Get your very own Likebook today, for your bathroom, for your bookshelf, for the office – wherever! Likebook is a great conversation starter. Leave it on your coffee table for guests to look through; bring it on a first date and get your prospective partner up to speed on all things you; give one to your parents or grandparents who don’t understand the Internet.
You can design your Likebook to be anywhere from 25 pages (just some light reading) up to 500 pages (tell-all memoir). Prices range from $1o-$125. What are you waiting for? Get started on your Likebook today. How else will you remember what has happend to you in your life?
If you still aren’t convinced, watch the promo video:
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