EBooks are great resource because you have everything placed in one place. There are lots of eBooks which are available in the market and I’m pointing out 3 books which I have read and suggest to others to start their journey with. These 3 eBooks are good for budding bloggers as well as Pro Bloggers.
31 Days to Build a Better Blog:
When it comes to start a blog, how can we forget eBook written by Darren Rowse. 31 day’s to Build a better blog is the outcome of a series run by Darren on his blog to make you a better blogger. Later on he compiled everything on a book with better resource and come up with 31 days to Become a better blogger.
Digging Into WordPress:
This is highly recommended book for all those who are on WordPress or BlogSpot bloggers who wish to start with WordPress. I have already written a review for the same earlier, and if you missed it, read it here: Review of Digging into WordPress. This books target starters and pro wordpress developers.
30 Days to Attract 3000 Facebook Fans:
Facebook is an ultimate source of traffic and It gives instant exposure. Though learning Facebook technique to drive traffic is quite tricky. This eBook targets on making your Facebook fan page better and drive more fans and hence more traffic. I bought this book couple of days back and learned lots of things including how photo tagging can boost exposure of your Facebook fan page. The goal of this eBook is to educate you on how you can engage readers and get more fans with little work. If you into Facebook marketing, this book is something which you would like to grab right away.
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There are many other eBooks which are available in the market, though before buying any eBook, I highly recommend to read other’s review. Else most of the eBook content the same stuff which is available on Internet. It’s always advisable to buy eBook written by well known personalities.
Do let us know which eBooks related to Blogging and WordPress you have read and which one you recommend for others?
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