5 Tools to Upload and Share Your (SEO) Documents

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We exchange plenty of documents daily: we send reports to our clients, exchange ideas and information with our colleagues and team members. Email is the major method to exchange information. However most of us also use various tools that allow to upload documents for easier viewing and / or collaboration.

This post looks at 5 of those tools. Hopefully they will make your SEO reporting and knowledge exchange easier:

ServiceBest feature Registration required
DocstocPowerful social media integrationYes
TwitDocQuick and easyNo
Zoho ViewerInstant and easy-to-useNo
CalameoReadership statisticsYes
Google DocsWe know it so well, that we can’t even tell why we love itNo, unless you don’t have an account with Google


Docstoc gives you two options: to either make your doc public or private (which means only those will see it who you send the link). After uploading, the document can be given:

  • Title;
  • Category and tags;
  • Description.

You can also organize your docs by folder, specify licensing and protection, choose the template.


More features that you may love:

  • Give your AdSense ID to earn commissions on people’s clicks on your documents;
  • Tweet, share on Facebook and email the documents right after uploading them;
  • Enjoy powerful LinkedIn integration:



TwitDoc is a simple Twitter-based tool for instant document uploading and sharing on Twitter. It needs no sign-up but naturally requires Twitter login. This is really a one-click process.

The Tweeted document looks like this when opened:


The document has a very basic hit counter which helps you see how popular your tweet was.

Zoho Viewer

Zoho Viewer is an instant doc-sharing site that will offer you to create a document link which will expire in a day, week, month or never. The overall tool interface is very usable and easy-to-use which makes the tool my favorite:

Zoho viewer


Calameo is a bit more advanced document sharing site that takes more effort to register than the above tools but it is well worth it. The tool supports multiple doc types and has several design templates for uploaded documents.


Features you will enjoy:

  • Detailed statistics on clicks, downloads, favorites and comments all your docs;
  • Slick interface: read the documents in a magazine-like interface.

Google Docs

Google Docs: listed the last here, this is obviously not the least important to me. In fact, I use Google Docs more often than any other tool for the simple reason that I don’t need to login, I am already there.

I guess you are well aware of the tool benefits: it is rather reliable, publishes docs as web pages, and is easily shared and managed.

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  • Gerald Weber

    I personally have been using Google docs to share reports with clients, manage content from copywriters etc. I have to say I'm just lovin Google docs. 🙂

  • Christopher Masiello

    This is very helpful list. I like Zoho a lot. I think it’s better than Google Docs, unfortunately though it has a smaller user base, so it ends up being less valuable. I would also add a few other options:
    Box.net or DropBox.com
    They don’t do anything that the others already do, they’re just solid tools that one “could” use if they had issues with any of the other choices.

  • Narc Holger

    Hi, I use Calameo and it rocks. The SEO is fast, sometime VERY fast. And far now, I think it's the only one allowing rich content (video, flash…) inside the documents.


  • Dan D

    I personally prefer Edit Grid. Google Docs is slow and cumbersome. All those others don't seem quite as robust. Edit Grid is user friendly and fast…and free. If you need to share documents that's what I recommend. One thing is for sure, Zoho is a bad way to go. We did that for about 3 weeks and had to change for how awful it was. No real time updates, can't have multiple edits at once, etc. Just my two cents.

    • Aravind

      Dan: I'm from Zoho. Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet and Zoho Show all support real-time updates & multiple editing at once.

  • Mark Thompson

    Google Docs is by far the best way to share your documents online. It seems like they keep adding new features that makes it easier and easier to share.

    It was such a pain trying to keep track of the latest copy of a file when it was going back and forth in emails. Much easier for coworkers and clients.

  • Best SEO Tools

    There is very good Tools, I like Docstoc.

  • Web Development Services

    Thanks for sharing the tool to upload SEO documents. As everyone who use the internet while in office, or home, do official work. For that purpose they usually send emails to clients, managers to exchange information among others.

  • seoramsagar

    Politics :-
    Thanks for give me nice tutorial for the seo document. it is really very helpful for me the seo is field to create many data base is few for the works nice point give me for the seo tutorial increasing for the student aid & medical school site ranking. thanks again.

  • Ana

    YUDU.com is another way to share documents!

  • SocialNetworkingCompany

    As a Gmail user, I mostly use Google docs to share any type of reports. And I am very satisfied with it, so I am not sure it's worth switching to other tools.

  • johncaldwell

    Excellent report, thanks for the information.

  • realestatehyderabad

    Very good kind of reports these days you are publising on these website blogs. Very good keep it up.

  • couture artwork

    Thank you for this review, it helped me dicover new tools. I recently found TwitDoc and I am really happy with the way it works, I use it regularly now.

  • prasanth.c

    luv zoho viewer

  • prasanth.c

    luv zoho viewer