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WordPress Power Guide - Using WordPress to Blog Your Way to Success - Blogging Guide Kindle Edition

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Share Your Site With the World

Are you making it easy for users to share your information with their friends?  You want more visitors and more awareness of your site, right?  So why not use the power of numbers and get a little help from your fans?  The WordPress Power Guide includes ideas for buttons and links.  Try them and watch how fast your fan base and traffic increase!

Keep  Them Coming Back For More
Once all your new fans arrive, you'll want to keep them entertained and wanting more.  Open the door to repeat visitors with a WP tune-up. Polls and comment sections encourage participation and keep visitors glued to your site. . .but they're an invitation for spammers.  The WordPress Power Guide reveals how to cut down on spam while still allowing visitors to participate and relate to you so they keep coming back.

To Your Success;
Lambert Klein

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WordPress Power Guide Blog Your Way to Success Juice up your blog with successful plugins and tips that will bring big returns on small investments.
WordPress Power Guide

Pinpoint techniques to improve your Wordpress blog and reveal ways to open the door to repeat visitors.
Uncover ways to cut down on spam and get your visitors to participate and become interested.
Juice up your blog with successful plugins and tips that will bring big returns on small investments.

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  • File Size: 865 KB
  • Print Length: 102 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: April 2, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004UW29IK
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Lambert Klein is that inspirational older brother you wish you had; that guy who knows all the ways to be successful at online marketing and is willing to share his secrets with you.

After leaving his job in construction, Lambert was determined to learn about internet marketing. He successfully reinvented himself into an authentic and dedicated writer focusing on internet solutions and internet marketing. He started out writing for other people and soon realized that he could work on his own projects exclusively to produce a generous income.

His uncompromising passion to write quality content has driven his four websites to be wildly successful. He found that the people around him were constantly coming to him for advice on internet marketing.

That was the moment he knew that he would begin writing books about Internet Solutions.

Lambert has authored several PDF reports and e-books, as well as various Kindle books covering subjects such as Blogging, Search Engine Optimization, Weight Loss, and Natural Anti-aging.
He's most proud of the response to his most popular book on Amazon Kindle called WordPress Power Guide.

Lambert calls Marion Township home where he lives on 7 acres of beautiful Michigan countryside. There you will find him hiking with his wife Lynn or strumming on his guitar.

On the weekends he enjoys heading to the ball field to take in a Tiger's Baseball game, playing with his cat Mitts or enjoying a double scoop of chocolate ice cream.

It's said that you should find someone that you want to be like and copy them. Lambert Klein is that guy. He knows internet marketing, he's making money and he's willing to share his knowledge with you.

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Whisper9999 on April 9, 2011
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I don't do a lot of Amazon reviews but wanted to take the time with this book, because it really made life easy. I had a new blog that I wanted to start but didn't know the first thing about WordPress. Well, I heard about this book from a friend, who said Mr. Klein has a very straightforward way of presenting things. This is very true. It took me maybe a half hour to read through the beginning section and I was ready to go! That was it. I understood the basics.

The install itself also went very smoothly - I was shocked at how fast I could install and build my site in WordPress. One of the things that was very easy for me was choosing the correct theme and it's because he has a great discussion on that. He's even got a list of sites with free, quality themes.

In fact, my main comment is that he really goes the extra mile with this book and explains how to do your blog start to finish. I know it's hard to believe, but he can save hours and hours of research on the web. For example, he even gives you writing tips, ways to boost your ranking in Google, how to do comments with WordPress and so on. He even has some really good motivational material at the beginning of the book. I still remember the list he had of the incomes of successful bloggers - maybe someday, eh?

Anyway, thumbs up for this ebook...
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tech Girl on April 4, 2011
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The WordPress Power Guide is a great way for you to learn how to ratchet-up your blog to the next level. When you first start blogging your blog is fairly bland and straightforward but it enables you to get used to it. You start blogging slowly, add a few things here and there, and after a while you start wanting some extras. Perhaps you try a theme (a fairly simple way to change the look and feel) or perhaps a plugin but this is where it can get hairy.

Even simple plugins require some care to get right and to activate. I knew some about computers when I first began blogging and I was okay with changing my theme and I did a few plugins but when the plugins began requiring updates I got confused. I just never had a good handle on what was going on. Fortunately, my father sent me this WordPress Power Guide and I thought it might be a little too much over my head but it turns out I was just right for it! What I mean is, it was exactly what I needed because it started about the level I was and helped me improve my blog by understanding the nature of plug-ins and other options.

I wish it went a little more into SEO (it covers quite a bit though) as that is really where I know nothing, but the book seems better aimed at the hands-on blog improvements and that's great too. One thing I didn't realize was that polls and comment sections - which I never had added - help keep visitors on my blog and improve my rankings ultimately. I'm not at a point, explained by the Power Guide, where I WANT my readers to leave comments and then comment on other comments. Perhaps that is basic knowledge that all other bloggers somehow know but I sure didn't and I am seeing much more activity on my blog daily.

I am just now trying some of the suggestions to monetize my blog. I have a long way to go, but I am light years ahead of where I was before the WordPress Power Guide.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Van on December 8, 2011
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When I saw a WordPress book for under $4, I thought it must be too good to be true. I was right. Despite stating in the introduction that "I'll tell absolutely everything you need to know to create WordPress blogs," this book is sporadic and patchy. First, it tells me how much money I can make blogging. The author tells, for example, of a blog that earns $400,000 per month. In case you don't understand what that means, he spells it out for you: "Yeah, that's Four Hundred Thousand U.S. Dollars." But don't think that this means the book is too detailed. For example, here's the third paragraph under "Set Up Your WordPress Blog":

"I am assuming that you already have your domain selected and purchased and that the name servers are set up to point at your hosting. I am also assuming that you've added the domain to your account as an add-on."

So much for telling me everything I need to know. If I don't, I'm instructed to go to YouTube, for "some awesome, instructional videos".

There's probably $4 worth of information in this book, but it's written neither for the novice or the power user. I'm now looking for a more comprehensive book.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By David on March 15, 2012
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I read this book last night, and I was disgusted to see several unethical tactics suggested throughout the book. They can be summarized in the endorsement of spam bots:

* "let me tell you there's nothing wrong with building a lot of back links to your websites using automation tools..."

Then the author goes on to say how to thwart others from implementing these tactics on your own blog.

* "Almost 90% of comments on blogs are spammers. Sad but true." (Ironic statement.)

* "People often add comments to blogs just to get back links to visitors on their own blogs." (This is exactly what the author advises readers to do.)

* The author goes on to suggest using false references back to your site when answering questions on Yahoo Answers (the example shown includes a source link that has nothing to do with the answer). You may be answering a question, but you are also feeding misinformation by citing a false source.

There is some useful info in this book, but it is crowded out by what are many unethical practices which the author justifies in the name of making publicizing your blog and making money. I get about 5-10 spam comments on my blog each day by many of the people employing the tactics in this book. Some of these comments are blatant, and some are thinly veiled comments ("Love the blog! Very helpful! Maybe check out my site [etc]") to create back links while adding nothing of real value. So, thanks to this author, I'm perhaps destined to waste even more of my time as he advises others to continue these tactics.

If the author removed the text advising unethical behavior, the rest of the book is helpful, but with the unethical suggestions completely mixed with the helpful advice, I cannot recommend this book to anyone. Please do not give your money to this author.
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