KBoards is a website devoted to all things Kindle. We're a small family operation, but to our delight we’ve also become the largest independent Kindle user site on the web.
KBoards.com is a community forum for Kindle owners, with 70,000 members and over 2.0 million posts. The site is rated by Alexa as among the top #5,000 highest-traffic websites in the United States. Our Facebook page has over 50,000 friends.
The site includes a Kindle user forum, a Kindle blog, and other goodies like our Top 10 page and our Link-Maker tool. Our forums have boards focused on Kindle books, accessories, reviews, user tips, and other Kindle-related topics. We also regularly run exclusive contests and giveaways in cooperation with our Kindle accessory sponsors.
Beyond that, KBoards offers unique (and free) tools for authors, including our active Writer's Cafe, a Book Bazaar to promote indie books, a directory of author services like editing and cover graphics, and a KB author books page. We also provide our authors with a book profile page for each of their books, which displays all relevant book information - including online sample reading, customer reviews, video trailers, and more - on a single showcase page.
Media references to KBoards.com include AmericanWay Magazine, Blink magazine, Engadget, Forbes Magazine, Gizmodo, HughHowey.com, Kindle Chronicles podcast (see interviews with Leslie and Harvey), the New York Times (here, here), O Globo, The Register, TechCrunch, Time Magazine (Dec 10, 2012 issue), and Wired.com.
Join our community by registering (free) in our forums, and by liking our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Twitter.
Meet our webmaster, administrator, and moderators in this forum thread. Drop by and say hello! And thank you for visiting KBoards.com!
Accessory-makers, publishers, authors: Queries about advertising on KBoards can be emailed to us. Or check out our advertising info page at http://www.kboards.com/ads.
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